Lot 5006
1967 Land Rover IIA SWB
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
VIN: 24302492A Mileage: 1700 showing

A right hand drive, Australia/New Zealand model equipped with a 225 cubic inch four cylinder gas engine, and four-speed manual transmission. Four wheel drive with high and low range transfer case is controlled by floor mounted shifters. With an 88" wheelbase. Also equipped with 235/85 R16 BFG Mud Terrain tires dated 2021on NAS 130 steel wheels painted correct limestone.

Exterior paint in Pastel Green. The front seats are sport style, with four point harness installed and British Pacific rubber floor mats. VDO gauges were used in place of the originals, and a tachometer is present. The roll bar from Safety Devices, and sliders by Pangolin were also added. A new/old stock fabric top was installed, as well as rear bench seats. A utility bumper was fabricated to accommodate the tow bar, and the Warn 8274 electric winch. The original style bumper is present, along with the apron to fill the gap of the bumper and body. A hi-lift jack is mounted to the rear.

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From a Gentleman Cary, North Carolina

A documented import from New Zealand, arrived in Baltimore Harbor in September 2003 as a truck cab variant. Some minor repairs were made at this time. It was sold to a NC resident in 2004 and a restoration was performed and converted to a soft-top variant. All metal parts were galvanized, or replaced with galvanized parts, body repainted, complete drivetrain rebuild was performed, as well as a front disc brake kit installed. Current ownership since 2016 included many repairs and upgrades as well. In 2021 the following repairs were made: NOS canvas top recently re-stitched, new suspension and shocks installed, clutch master cylinder replaced, new rear stub axles, front and rear differential rebuilt, and engine valve springs replaced. All records exist from arrival in North America documenting the rebuild. The truck has successfully navigated the OHV area of the Uwharrie Forest several times as well as a few trips to the Outer Banks of North Carolina.

The following condition report, while thorough, is not exhaustive as vintage cars have inherent wear and imperfections. We welcome personal inspections.

Some evidence remains of previous modifications or additions such as air fittings; paint in overall good condition with a few scuffs from use; with tow bar and accessories needed for towing; no heater is installed; wipers do not operate; a later fuse block is added to the dash; small tear to passenger seat; no other apparent concerns.