1970 Land Rover Series IIA

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

If you’re a stateside resident who’s always dreamed of owning a Land Rover Series II (and what man hasn’t), now is your chance. Located in Longmeadow, Massachusetts, this pristine 1970 Land Rover Series IIA has just become available.

One of the most iconic vehicles to ever hit the road, this off roader needs no introduction. The current owner has converted to an easier to drive R380 transmission, Roam Offroad 4 wheel disc brakes for better stopping power, Ashcroft rear differential locker for better sealing protection against weather and water, and a set of Rear Series Trek heavy duty rear axles to ensure that snapping axles is a distant thought when it hitting the great outdoors. One of the nicest additions to this red beauty is the custom oak rear cabinet setup, which would be great storage for camping trips. The truck is currently for sale on eBay.

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