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1954 Land-Rover 86'' Series I Station Wagon

1954 Land-Rover 86'' Series I Station Wagon in Checkpoint, Movie, 1956 IMDB

Class: Cars, Off-road / SUV — Model origin: UK

1954 Land-Rover 86'' Series I Station Wagon

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

Comments about this vehicle

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Sunbar UK

2006-04-07 13:20

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Alexander DE

2006-04-07 20:06

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It is a Land-Rover 86" Series I Station Wagon from 1955 -- with the roof and doors taken off.

Sunbar UK

2006-04-07 21:29

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PAC 75 has been unlicenced since 1987 probably scrapped.
Date of First Registration 14 05 1954
Year of Manufacture not available from DVLA, so likely to be 1954. Cylinder Capacity (cc) 2286CC.
Its often said that something like 75% of all Land Rovers made are still running! But this one probably didn't make it unless its working purely off-road.

antp BE

2006-04-07 21:33

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Or it was exported to Africa or something like that?

Alexander DE

2006-04-08 23:38

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Sunbar wrote ...
Date of First Registration 14 05 1954 ...
... Cylinder Capacity (cc) 2286CC.

That is quite interesting. I should have checked DVLA before writing my comment.
I can definitely say that the rear lights are from 1955 -- strange to see those being mounted when the original ones were just a year or two old.
The engine capacity as given by DVLA is not for the original engine. At that time 2 litre engines were used. The 2╝ l engine was introduced with the Series II in 1958. But quite a few Series I were converted in later life to the bigger engine, some even to the 3Ż l V8.

JCB UK

2019-04-08 09:01

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Alexander wrote It is a Land-Rover 86" Series I Station Wagon from 1955 -- with the roof and doors taken off.


Unusual thing to do to an expensive Station Wagon version when most S1 Land Rovers were removable soft tops !

dsl SX

2019-04-08 12:03

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xAC plates were common on factory-registered Landies - maybe this was a works special??

JCB UK

2019-04-08 13:07

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Early product placement ?

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