This Is How You Restore A 1972 Land Rover Series III

Apr 25, 2019

Category: Rides

These days, it isn’t difficult to find a road-ready Land Rover that’s prepared for everyday driving — the real issue comes with finding one that’s exceptionally clean, has low mileage, and comes at a price point that most mortal men would agree is “exemplary.” Brooklyn Coachworks specializes in the acquisition and customization of these glorious rarities — and now, they’ve listed a one-of-a-kind 1972 Series III for immediate sale.

This impeccably restored 1972 Land Rover Series III exemplifies the brand’s commitment to the preservation of the iconic vehicle, utilizing the overlander’s original 16” white steel wheels and exterior adornments. Stock headlights and rear light protectors were obtained from an older Land Rover and implemented here, complimenting the vehicle’s nostalgic Marine Blue paint job, fascia, and near-original interior. A burly front bumper provides a solid mounting point for a requisitioned rope adornment, giving the Series III a legendary look, while a set of freshly mounted Bias MUD X-Tra Traction tires and a hood-mounted spare provide strict utilitarian characteristics that aren’t easily obtained in the modern Land Rover market. The best news? This Series III is insanely affordable — for close to $45,000, you too can become an owner of one of the most iconic vehicles to ever grace the automotive world.

Purchase: $45,000

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