Lot 106 - 1977 Land Rover 88”
|Odometer reading||39,835 miles|
|Result||Sold - £12,600|
- Photographic restoration
- Extensive upgrades
- Galvanised Chassis
The 1977 Land Rover 88" holds a special place in the hearts of off-road enthusiasts and adventurers. This iconic 4x4 vehicle is known for its ruggedness and reliability. With its compact size and short wheelbase, the 88" model is highly maneuverable, making it perfect for conquering challenging terrains. Powered by a robust engine, it delivers impressive torque and traction. The simplistic yet functional design of the Land Rover 88" is world famous. Whether traversing rocky landscapes or navigating muddy trails, the 1977 Land Rover 88" is a symbol of adventure and exploration.
This pleasant and practical example presents well in the classic colour of Land Rover Atlantic Green and was registered in February 1977. This classic 4x4 has benefitted from an impressive list of works that includes the fitting of a galvanized chassis and bulkhead, a five-speed LT77 gearbox and transfer box, a new radiator, extended shock absorbers, parabolic springs, a new rear door, a new windscreen and all-round disc brakes. On a recent drive this Land Rover fired-up first time and was a joy to drive having been fitted with power steering and running on BF Goodrich tyres. The seats have been modified to accommodate a taller driver and the rear is fitted with inward facing bench seats. Presented to auction with a V5C registration certificate and a comprehensive file detailing all works undertaken this ever popular model is offered without reserve.
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