Land Rover wanted to distinguish its original workhorse from the new Land Rover. In Spain a Land Rover factory was established. The first Land Rover manufactured by "Metalúrgica de Santa Ana" was assembled in 1958, coming from CKD.
From the British Solihull factory in England. Towards the end of 1960, automobile manufacturing was almost 90% Spanish, requiring only the importation of some special components from England. These Land Rover made in Spain are called "Santana".
In 1962 the company became responsible for promoting the Land Rover brand in Central and South American markets as well as Africa and M. CKD kits were also supplied to the Moroccan and Costa Rican markets by the company. In late 1970s the company changed its name from. Metalurgica de Santa Ana S. " to "Land Rover Santana S.
Because of the harsh working lives vehicles endured in these. Customer feedback on the range meant that Land Rover Santana were often far more aware of each model's failings than the Land Rover company. Due to the delicate financial situation in this period of British Leyland (which owned Land Rover), the Santana factory was in a better position than the Land Rover factory in England to innovate and improve these failures. This meant that Land Rover 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.
Up to the early 90s when. The Santana models ended up being improved when compared to Land Rover's own vehicles in England. For instance, Santana models featured anatomical seats, disc-brakes, turbo diesel engines, taper-leaf springs, coil springs, five speed transmission, etc. Before the Land Rover equivalents in England. And there was even a civilian version of the military Land Rover Lightweight.
Called "Ligero" which was never. Has been all its life in the province of Almeria, a very dry zone with desert areas. The chassis is rust free.
The aluminium body is very straight and solid. That you can see in the photos. The engine is a 2.25 liter diesel four inline with rare and desirable front disc brakes option! Tarts at the first touch.Recently serviced with all fluids changed in engine, transfers, axles, transmission and new filters. The tires are in good condition. Se it as is or restore it. In the 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s.
Fficially the Land Rover Santana were never exported to the. Although some have been imported by private buyers. This classic Land Rover Santana 109 Series III is. Rare, collectible, and hard to find in the U.If you are interested in this car send me a message for ADDITIONAL PHOTOS and INFO. This vehicle is for sale worldwide and we are happy to answer any questions you may have. International buyers are welcome to see the car. The car is only 10 minutes from Madrid airport. E will pick you up at the airport.
We have described the vehicle to the best of our ability. My intent is for you to be 100% satisfied with your. TERMS OF SALE : This car is in Madrid, Spain. The car comes with Spanish papers.
Balance to be paid via bank wire transfer within 10 days of the sale. We are in a global world. Distances are no longer a problem.
I can even arrange the transport of the car to your home. Please feel free to contact me if you need further information or details. The item "1976 Land Rover SERIES III 109" is in sale since Tuesday, September 1, 2020. This item is in the category "eBay Motors\Cars & Trucks\Land Rover\Other". The seller is "carreroclassiccars" and is located in Madrid.
This item can be shipped worldwide.