amazingly original land rover Santana series 3 1980 first owner 35350 km

Price: US $29,500.00 Item location: Boskoop, Netherlands
  • Make: Land Rover
  • Model: Other
  • Type: Crew Cab Pickup
  • Year: 1980
  • Mileage: 22,200
  • VIN: 0629284368
  • Color: sand
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: 4WD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Drive side: Left-hand drive
  • Options: 4-Wheel Drive
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1980 Land Rover Other

We have here an extraordinary Land Rover Santana series 3 1980 Diesel PickupSUPER ORIGINALUNMOLESTEDFirst Owner!!Santana started building land rovers under licence a long way back in 1956 in Spain. They made them stronger and better performance and longer lasting then their UK mother cars.all you see is original as it was purchased in 1980even the licence plated are the first ones dated 1980i have seen a lot of land rovers but this is the top of the deal if you do not want to buy an over restored series Land rover for over 70.000 USD !this one is half that price and has a better quality then a restored one with new ( low budget china made parts)original km. 35350 .original paint. even the rims!!NEVER SLEPT OUTSIDE A GARAGE!!original 2 set of key's and owners manual like it came on delivery in 1980Look at the pictures they speak for will have no problem importing this super original car to almost any country worldwide.this is as original is an non-restored car can get.need i say more.this Land rover drives runs, brakes steers as it was new.everywhere you look at this car it's in amazingly condition.never had any welding anywhere!!It's still in Spain but can be transported to Rotterdam Netherlands or other Harbor ports for worldwide overseas shipment.viewing can be arranged easy as it's near Barcelona.please just ask.Need anymore info or other pictures just let me know

if you use buy it now a deposit of 2000 usd is due to be paid with paypal within 48 hoursrest to be discussed.
any questions?please call**31629284368 or send message.
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From 1968 Santana began to develop its own versions of the Land Rover Series Models, developing new engines and new models and this close relationship with Land Rover led the company to change its name from "Metalúrgica de Santa Ana, SA" to "Land Rover Santana, SA".[3]The company was founded as "Metalúrgica de Santa Ana, SA" and originally manufactured agricultural equipment. The company was set up with a start up of just 3 million pesetas, following a drive by the Spanish government in 1954 who were offering start-up incentives to local businesses to encourage development in theAndaluciaregion of Southern Spain.[3]The company decided to expand beyond its original products line and entered into talks with theRovercar company in 1956 in an attempt to get a licensing agreement to build Land Rover Series models in their factory, in a similar way to theMinervacompany in Belgium,Tempoin Germany andMorattabcompany in Iran, all built SeriesLand Roversunder licence. An agreement was reached in 1956 and production began in 1958 it was licensed to build Land Rover models. The Santana Motor company built Series Land Rovers under licence in CKD form (Complete Knocked Downkits); essentially parts were shipped over from theLand Rover factory in Solihulland the Land Rovers were built up from this 'kit' at the Santana factory in Spain.

In 1962 the company became responsible for promoting the Santana and Land Rover brands in Central and South American Markets as well as Africa. CKD kits were also supplied to the Moroccan and Costa Rican markets by the company. Because of the harsh working lives vehicles endured in these environments, customer feedback on the range meant that Santana were often far more aware of each model's failings than the Land Rover company itself was. Because of the tight financial position in this period ofBritish Leyland(which owned Land Rover), Santana were often better placed than Land Rover was to deal with these failings. This meant that Santana began to engineer its own solutions to common problems into the models it produced and thus arose a degree of originality in Santana's models compared to Land Rover's original products – a trend which led to the company's position today. Up to the late 1980s the Santana models – supposed to be quickly and cheaply built versions of Land Rover's own product - often ended up being quite different to Land Rover's own vehicles. For instance Santana models featured anatomical seats, disc-brakes, turbo diesel engines, taper-leaf springs, coil springs, and civilian-specification Forward Control versions before the Land Rover equivalents and there was even a civilian version of theLand Rover Lightweightcalled the "Ligero" which was never released by Land Rover.