Stereo that has been conveniently positioned where my 6ft left clutch leg needs to go! VW Polo heater (I have an original Smiths heater that will go with the Land Rover), a Kenlowe fan is fitted (and works) but its mainly as it left the factory and I fully expect the engine to be the original. Otherwise the Landy is substantially as it should be with mainly the right switchgear and turn signals stalk etc as as per a 1966.
The current seat configuration is 2 front 3 rear. The seats are as Exmoor trim flip down - so can extend the load space quick and easy. The four rear load area seats are not installed.Whilst there are plenty of 88s or rusting hulks of 109 sitting in a field with a tree growing through it you won't find many drivable 109s, even less SWs, even less safari models. According to "how many left" there's only 15 licensed and 18 SORN 1966 109s. The few years either side only have similar or lower numbers. Bearing in mind the quantities produced were in different variants ans quite a few pick ups I'd suggest there are probably so few S2a LWB Safari they are countable on fingers and toes! I have a massive amount of history with the Landy including a notebook which details day by day every journey and miscellaneous incidents services etc. For a huge part of its life and theres nothing Ive read so far to suggest the engine was changed. I even have the old green log book from the 60s/70s. Theres loads of other supporting documents. The first part of its life it belonged to Newcastle University and was used for all sorts of field trips. I'll check how many owners on v5 but it's low for a 50 year old.
The vehicle is extensively straight it does need some work to tidy it up - but hey its a Land Rover! The carb had a small leak and I have replaced that with a new Weber.
Bulkhead has obvious small amount of rust at the bottom of the drivers door see picture and the door tops would benefit from replacement - the seat base frame is cracked by the door pillar which is very common - there is a replacement panel included. Apart from the the turning circle and brakes the Landy is very usable as is or would make an exceptionally rare opportunity to bring up to showroom / concours condition.
Cash on collection preferred however cleared funds must be received before releasing the vehicle. This is a Personal/Private sale - this is my own car registered in my name at my address.If it doesn't sell I will be unlikely to re-list it. The item "1966 Land Rover 109 LWB Safari Station Wagon 2.25 Petrol Unmolested Series 2a" is in sale since Wednesday, August 8, 2018. This item is in the category "Cars, Motorcycles & Vehicles\Classic Cars\Land Rover".
The seller is "hooray-henley-uk" and is located in HITCHIN. This item can be shipped worldwide.