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1963 Land-Rover 109'' Series IIa Station Wagon

1963 Land-Rover 109'' Series IIa Station Wagon in Sweeney 2, Movie, 1978 IMDB

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

1963 Land-Rover 109'' Series IIa Station Wagon

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Comments about this vehicle

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junkman UK

2006-05-11 14:00

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Landrover Series II

Raul1983 FI

2006-05-11 14:07

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Vauxhall Chevette in the middle and possibly a Commer van on the right (?)

junkman UK

2006-05-11 14:36

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Also an Escort MKI van and a D-Series Ford lorry. The others I can't identify.

garco NL

2006-05-11 14:41

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The red car at the back is a Ford Taunus/Cortina.

junkman UK

2006-05-11 16:35

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garco wrote The red car at the back is a Ford Taunus/Cortina.


This is in England, the car is rhd, so it would be a Cortina, which I believe as well. But it is too far away to tell for certain.


Sunbar UK

2006-05-11 16:45

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'Coke - bottle' (MkIII) Cortina L or XL. Definitly.

crazyforcars12 EN

2007-07-23 19:41

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Land rover S2 on the left, behind that a MK1 Escort Van, behind that a MK3 Cortina "Coke bottle" as mentioned by sunbar, a Vauxhall Chevette in the middle and that on the right is DEFINITELY a Commer.

marklandynut UK

2010-07-04 01:03

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The reg number on the Land Rover, although not clear, looks like it has 7 characters which means it can't be earlier than 1963. Unfortunately I can't make out the windscreen wipers, so the best I can do for a date is 1963-1969.

eLMeR FM

2014-12-01 12:51

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if 1963+, then a IIa model.

⇒ 1963 Land-Rover Series IIa?

dsl SX

2014-12-01 13:15

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Looks like 109" Station Wagon as well. 1963 A suffix plates were not widely used, so 64+ B or later more likely in practice. But we should stick to the script and keep 63 for safety.

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