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1961 Land-Rover 109'' Series IIa ex Carmichael Fire Tender

1961 Land-Rover 109'' Series IIa dans Rapport till himlen, Mini-série, 1994 IMDB Ep. 1

Catégorie : Voitures, Pick-up — Origine du modèle : UK

1961 Land-Rover 109'' Series IIa ex Carmichael Fire Tender

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atom SE

2008-02-06 21:40

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atom SE

2008-02-06 22:05

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Ep.3

Ddey65 US

2008-02-08 17:12

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Whatever it is, it looks like a Series II.

miniac69 UK

2008-02-10 22:01

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This is either a series 2 or an early 2a judging by the deep sills on the vehicle.

landrover1 AR

2008-02-21 17:41

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serie 2 a
http://www.glencoyne.co.uk/images/series2a.jpg

chris40 UK

2008-02-21 20:02

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I wouldn't argue with 2A, but I'll be interested to see what Alexander has to say about this. ( :hello: Alex!) Why does it have that hatch on the side? And why does it have a British Q-prefix registration, issued to vehicles previously registered elsewhere whose date of first reg. is unknown ... including ex-MoD vehicles?

Calum_B EN

2008-02-21 23:16

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Q plates were issued to ex-MOD vehicles from time to time, however this one doesn't have any military features. The shelf things on the side are like nothing I have seen before, though at a wild guess it could have served as a fire tender in a factory or similar, and nto registered until it was sold on, hence the Q plate.
Other than that, looks like a standard Series II/early IIa 109" to me

-- Last edit: 2008-02-21 23:18:13

Alexander DE

2008-02-22 11:55

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Calum, I think you have got it spot on. These open sides are typical for Carmichael Fire Tenders. Originally the hose connectors would have been there.
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It seems the white side lights are of the raised type, which were -- if I am right -- only introduced with the Series IIa in 1961.

Calum_B EN

2008-03-12 18:05

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Ah, recognise it now!!
Probably an FT/3 or FT/4. Though you can't tell, because both have different setups (I believe the one Alex has posted is a FT/2??)

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