Land Rover

Cabbage Patch Find: 1966 Land Rover IIA

Well, this is a go-anywhere, off-road, kind of vehicle so it’s sorta pictured correctly. But I imagine that this 1966 Land Rover never figured that it would give it up in a garden of all places. Let’s see if… more»

Tested In The Italian Alps: 1987 Land Rover Defender 110

As a result of its rugged nature and impressive capabilities, Land Rover’s Defender is one of the most popular choices for an off-road vehicle in the world. A civil protection department located in the Italian alps used this 1987… more»

Cheap Vintage 4×4: 1967 Land Rover IIA

There are a few ways to make your driveway instantly cooler with a solitary vehicle acquisition, and the addition of a vintage Land rover is one of them. The long wheelbase Rovers with four full doors are hard to… more»

Limited Edition Trophy: 1994 Land Rover Defender 90

While much has been written about Land Rover’s investment in the novel Camel Trophy series of offroad endurance events, less often seen is documentation of the limited production civilian models made bearing the iconic Trophy logo. This Defender 90… more»

V8-Powered 1957 Land Rover Pickup

Update 1/18/20 – This cool old Landie has resurfaced here on eBay. Looks like it sold back in April and the new owner in Minnesota has relisted it with the old photos. Hopefully, it’ll find a new home where… more»

Meet Alfred, a 1971 Land Rover Series 2A

When I see a Land Rover from this era, I can’t help but imagine it rumbling through the Sahara or stopped in the deep grass on an African safari with tourists taking photos of exotic animals. This 1971 Land… more»

Off the Road for 30 Years: 1962 Land Rover Series 2A

This 1962 Land Rover Series 2A is described as being off the road for 30 years and remaining in highly original condition. Photos show a surprisingly solid structure beneath the faded paint, including a frame that appears to be… more»

Off-Road Project: 1969 Land Rover Series IIA 88

As Dr. Seuss so simply put it, “Oh, the places you’ll go!” That sums up this 1969 Land Rover Series IIA 88 perfectly. Currently, at an opening bid of $4,000, the price has only one place to go, up…. more»

Searle Safari Conversion: 1966 Land Rover Series IIA 88

This 1966 Land Rover Series IIA 88 is a claimed-to-be rare Searle Safari conversion, a model I had not heard of before this one popped up for sale. The seller notes it was designed to make the Series II… more»

Solid Off-Roader: 1991 Land Rover Defender 200Tdi

While it might not be located in the USA, this 1991 Land Rover Defender could easily be imported if one of our US readers would like to become the next proud owner of a really clean British off-roader. Of… more»

Series II Troopy: 1961 Land Rover Diesel Pickup

This 1961 Land Rover diesel pickup is a solid candidate for restoration and is currently for sale at $5,401 by 12 bidders. The reserve has not yet been met. While it isn’t known where this truck has been all… more»

4X4 Project: 1963 Land Rover Series IIA

This 1963 Land Rover Series IIA is clearly designated as a project vehicle. The seller has a reserve price that has not yet been met, but it is on its way, as it has reached $2,275 by 13 bidders… more»

British Telecom Van: 1983 Land Rover

This 1983 Land Rover is otherwise known as a “Stage 1” variant, and is said to be a former British Telecom van. Currently sitting on a trailer and seemingly ready for delivery, it is absolutely crying out for a… more»

Great Price: 1984 Land Rover Defender

Soon, the world will be introduced to a new Land Rover Defender. Until that time, you can consider getting yourself a classic one, this 1984 Land Rover Defender, for a fraction of the price of what the new one… more»

Double Cab Survivor: 1987 Land Rover Defender

This 1987 Land Rover Defender Double Cab is a former Welsh police vehicle that is now in retirement and is living the quiet life in Layton, Utah. It is a solid and clean vehicle with enough V8 muscle to… more»

Rare Off-Roader: 1987 Land Rover Defender Wagon

The owner of this 1987 Land Rover Defender says that it is a vehicle that will take you anywhere, but it just won’t be fast getting there. That’s a fair call because a diesel Land Rover simply isn’t a… more»