1971 Land Rover 109 Series-IIA Santana

Price: US $12,200.00 Item location: Richmond, Virginia, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Land Rover
  • Model: Defender
  • Trim: Series-IIA
  • Year: 1971
  • Mileage: 87,000
  • VIN: E601165353
  • Color: Blue
  • Engine size: 2.25L 4-Cylinder Diesel
  • Number of cylinders: 4
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: 4WD
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1971 Land Rover Defender

From Casillas de Coria, pain. Marine Blue with Alaska White safari roof and wheels over gray cloth. 2.25L diesel, -speed manual transmission. 87,000 original miles in the care of just one owner. Used regularly as a bread delivery truck (and occasional ambulance) in a small village in western Spain near the Portuguese border. Starts easily, nd runs and drives exactly as it should. No structural rust anywhere, nd no rust in the chassis. All the upper bodywork (white painted part) can be removed, llowing the truck to run fully open, ith the windshield either in place or folded flat. In unrestored and largely original condition, earing extremely charming patina. Some dings and dents, nd some cosmetic rust in hinges and bolts and such. Recent wing mirrors, attery, ront brake pads, rake master cylinder, nd brake fluid flush, nd ready to drive anywhere. A wonderful, vocative example of the well-loved Series IIA Land Rover, ith a truly unique history, eady to write the next chapter of its story on this side of the pond. Conveys with clear Virginia title.
Our story and history with the vehicle can be found here: '1971 Land Rover 109 Santana'
1971 Land Rover 109 Series-IIA Santana
- 2.25 4-Cylinder Diesel
- 4-spd manual transmission, igh-low transfer case
- 2-door truck, eats 3
- Removable bodywork (see photos) lets you drive open-air
- Clear CBP, OT, nd EPA paperwork conveys
- Located in Richmond, A
Interior: The original seats had met their match after 44 years, o the previous owner had them reupholstered in the fabric you see in the shots. Seats three across the front, ith the rear wide open ready for it's next great adventure. There's some light surface oxidization on some of the interior of the upper bodywork as shown in the photos.
Exterior: The wheels and white upper bodywork are both recently repainted, nd while there's some spots of over-spray evident, hen taken in context along with the original blue bodywork, t looks just fine. The logo from their bakery remains on the door.
Drivetrain: It just received a new battery, hich I mention as you reference Montana - we put in a big-'ol-honker of a battery, ated for 1000 CCA at 32-degrees / and 850 CCA at 0-degrees (Far). The truck fires up quickly and without holding the glow plugs here in Virginia. We just put on new front brake shoes, nd replaced the master cylinder.
Misc: It'll need tires sometime in the near future if you're going to go offroad. It does include a spare, th wheel.