Although I generally loathe winter, it is my preferred season for visiting salvage yards. If the mercury stays above 20 degrees, my flannel-lined work gear keeps up with the colder temps. Plus, this means there are… more»
According to the seller, “My wife and I reached a compromise whereby I remove this from our yard and I get to stay Married. Now I am looking for somebody to take over this unique project… more»
After World War II, the luxury car builder, Rover, wasn’t selling many cars and it was hard to get material to build cars anyway. They could get materials to build vehicles for export. Inspired by the… more»
I’ve had my eye on this Land Rover for a few days, if it were in the US, it would have been snatched up a long time ago! I’m going to guess the seller’s £2,095 Buy It… more»
Barn Finds reader Jacob C. asks “Are you ready for a restoration safari?” Thanks for the find, Jacob! This 1968 Land Rover Series IIA might just be that off-roader you’ve been looking for! It’s located in Flagler… more»
Who’s ready for some off roading?
Is this Land Rover too far gone to be saved?
Things didn’t change much during the time that Land Rover built their Series I, II, and IIIs. Obviously small improvements were made along the way though so if you actually plan on driving yours, it might… more»
Reader Archie C thought we might be interested in seeing what he has parked in his barn. Normally we would have you guys guess what’s parked in there, but since one of his vehicles has some… more»
What a shame. We are doubtful that this 1967 Land Rover can be brought back to life, but we hope someone will try. A tree fell on the cab 3 years ago and it has sat… more»
Reader Mike M recently sent in a discovery he made in his hometown of Boise Idaho. It appears to be a Series II Land Rover and it has been parked in this alley for many years…. more»
When Land Rover released the 110 or Defender, as it would later be called, in 1983 it looked nearly identical to the old Series III and it was built to take just as much of a… more»