Land Rover IIA 109"


Jeremy Whitton Spriggs (Private)
23 May 2024
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom
1966 First registered. I believe it was an RAF vehicle previously, but can't confirm that.
1966 First registered. I believe it was an RAF vehicle previously, but can't confirm that.

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Jeremy Whitton Spriggs
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Historic Vehicle, Tax Exempt. Iconic Number Plate Fully rebuilt in 2008 MOT until Dec 2024 Only 27,200 on-road miles since restoration.

Vehicle acquired 10/12/2000 Number of previous owners 4 MOT 09/12/2024 Fully rebuilt by Liveridge British 4x4 (Land Rover specialists Earlswood) 2008 Engine. 2495 C.C. TDI four-speed manual with overdrive 26,500 on-road miles since rebuild. All MOT ’s since the rebuild showing genuine low mileage. The vehicle had a SORN Declaration between 2000 and 2008 Maintained and MOT’d by Liveridge 4x4 and then by their successors Astwood Bank Land Rovers Redditch and in the last two years by Mansfield 4 x 4 Bury St Edmunds Rebuild specification included: Full length galvanised chassis, Parabolic Springs, Servo Brakes, Three door conversion to owner’s specification, Full safari sandwich roof and galvanised roof rack, overdrive, locking wheel nuts Layout Two front seats with centre cubby box, two rear benches with lap belts and harnesses, bed base in rear allowing for internal mattress and concealed storage. Power steering kit added by Astwood 4 x 4 in December 2019 Stainless steel exhaust system added by DOT Worx Risby Bury St Edmunds December 2021 Maintenance Latest service, repairs and maintenance (November 2022) included new clutch and clutch assembly, front cover gasket, replacement timing belt. Total £3000 Full and detailed service history including all MOT advisories since the rebuild. This vehicle has been maintained irrespective of cost. It has never been taken off road by the current owner Current condition Chassis, exhaust, steering, tyres, engine all in excellent condition. Paint work fair but would benefit from TLC. New driver’s door fitted, but not painted. New rear door hinges. More photographs available on request. This is a rare opportunity to purchase a fully rebuilt and exceptionally well specified and maintained historic Series vehicle. In common with all Land Rovers it can be customised to suit the new owner’s requirements. Because of the power steering this is a vehicle which offers great manoeuverability rather than having the original turning circle of a small house. Despite the modifications the front doors of this Land Rover still leak. Genuine reason for sale. I know the next owner will respect and love it just as I have for the last 24 years.