** Update: Seller also has an ad on Craigslist for $15,900 **
Seller offering a righ-hand drive 1963 Land Rover Series IIA with unknown actual miles at auction with no reserve. Current bid of $518.00 – auction ending Wednesday (7/18) at 3:59 PM. Seller says this example was imported in the 1990’s and he has owned it since 2015. A number of new items including new MT tires, carburetor built by Island Automation, suspension upgrades, paint (2-part urethane paint), bikini top, seats, brakes, Hella lights, metal trim, windshield glass installed with 3M sealant, and 100’s of solid aluminum aircraft rivets. Seller notes that the speedometer cable is broken and the parking break doesn’t work (does that matter when you’re off-roading?). Includes both the bikini top with tailgate and aluninum top with rear door.
The Series IIA Land Rover, produced from 1961-1971, is considered by many to be the toughest of the Land Rover Series. The 2.25L engine was introduced with the Series II and used by Land Rover for nearly 30 years until the discontinuation of the Series III. While seller says this one was imported, it’s interesting to note that 811 Series IIA’s were NADA trucks – all of which were the long-wheelbase models. We like the tasteful upgrades and style of this Series IIA. Not many in the Kansas City area and we hope a local buyer finds it. We will keep you posted on the auction. This 1963 Land Rover Series IIA is for sale in Louisburg, Kansas. Check out seller’s listing on eBay for full details and contact information.