1972 Land Rover 88 Series III For Sale

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

When we think of the ultimate adventure mobile, the name Land Rover is always the first name that pops into our heads (okay, sometimes Jeep too). While we love the current day models from the auto maker, nothing tickles our fancy quite like their older offerings.

Take this 1972 Land Rover 88 Series III for example. Not only is this thing the perfect blend of ruggedness and beauty, it’s built to tackle any terrain. Typically these things are nearly impossible to get your hands on in mint condition, but today is your lucky day. The guys at MAN of the World have completely restored this yellow Rover, including everything from the engine, transmission, and transfer case all the way down to the leather interior, wheels, and lights. And the finished product is absolutely pristine. The 2-door SUV is still for sale, and is currently listed with a $49,000 price tag through their website. Better act fast though, because we can’t imagine this gorgeous ride will stick around for long.

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