1967 land rover series 2a station wagon 109 V8

Price: US $8,500.00 Item location: Van Nuys, California, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Land Rover
  • Model: series 2a station wagon 109
  • SubModel: station wagon
  • Type: Wagon
  • Trim: 109
  • Year: 1967
  • Mileage: 100
  • Color: White
  • Engine size: chevy V8
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: 4x4
  • Interior color: Tan
  • Options: power brakes, 4-Wheel Drive
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1967 Land Rover series 2a station wagon 109 station wagon

selling a land rover series 2a, 09 station wagon... runs great new rebuilt chevy 283 engine with 100 miles on it (have receive of the work). Power brake from a series 3. Right hand drive.
CLEAN CALIFORNIA TITTLE UNDER MY NAME!!!
-CHEVY v-8 283 engine swapped in. installed with only a 100 miles on it, drove less than 100 miles since rebuild it to make sure everything is fine. the 4wd works great. The engine was professional adapted many years ago.
-exmoor trim carpeting.
-discovery seats.
-new rebuilt alternator.
-new brake oil reservoir.
-new starter.
-new flywheel.
-added muffler to quiet the chevy engine.
-Has both mechanical AND electrical fan installed (you can manually start electric fan, therwise, t uses a thermostat to go on if it gets too hot)
-interior seats from land rover discovery (third row seats for front seats, ear seats for the middle row)
- little rust on body, rame in good condition, inor repairs that have been welded and plated on front section where it meets bumper
-SD card stereo/radio installed with aux.
-turn signal and headlights work.
-windshield wipers works
-it's a land rover series
BAD:
-paint (previous owner paint it by hand)
-brakes need to be checked (small leak in a front wheel).
- fuel gauge kinda works, eeds adjustment at tank.
- secondary tank not hooked up, ut shouldn't be too hard to figure out if you are mechanically inclined.
-transmission has a small leak, ue to the velvety gasket which costs a couple bucks and probably seal where the transmission brake meets the gearbox (you might as well replace all the seals then - still cheap at rovers north). it doesn't take long to replace the seals.
RUNS AND DRIVES. SELLING AS-IS.
FAQ:
Q: Why are you selling it?
A: I have another one with a LS1 engine, nd another 6 collectors car... and I need the money and more important, he space.
Q: Does it run?
A: Yes.
Q: Why did you put a Chevy engine in it?
A: I bought it like that, ust rebuild it because it was tired.
Q: How cheap will you sell it?
A: I'm open to any fair offers.
Francisco