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1979 Land Rover 109

Engine: 2,286 cc

Gear: 4 Speed Manual

Fuel Type: Diesel

Work Done:

Engine and gearbox overhauled
Rust free chassis, lubricated with custom oil system
Original body and paint
Equipped with winch and all terrain tyres. Off road ready!
New galvanised bulkhead, upholstery, soundproofing kit, aircon system, brake parts, wheel bearings, wiring loom
Equipped with rare 'Cat Flap' tailgate!


Did you know the 109 in the name of this Series III Land Rover represents the wheelbase distance in inches (2.77m)? This long wheelbase (LWB) station wagon offers a seating configuration of up to 9 passengers (though legally only 7 here in Singapore), or a boot space large enough to fit all of your camping equipment.

The series Land Rovers were the first four-wheel drive cars ever mass-produced for civilians. Due to post WWII's steel shortage and aluminium surplus, Land Rovers were produced in non-rusting aluminium alloy bodies, favouring its longevity, not forgetting decreased weight and increased fuel economy. The reason behind Land Rovers squarish body design is for a sturdier chassis. All models in this era featured sturdy box-section ladder-frame chassis, contrary to those of conventional cars and trucks.

Although the previous owner left the body and paint of this unit in its original state, much was done mechanically with the engine and gearbox both overhauled, not forgetting many other parts replaced!


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