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Date Oct 9, 2018 1:16:29 PM
Name Timothy Trimble
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New series III owner. The fun begins today!

Date Aug 1, 2018 7:08:57 PM
Name 1 Ton Land Rover Register
Website http://www.onetonlandrovers.co.uk
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Hi Kevin-Paul, please tell us about yours!

Date Jul 28, 2018 2:35:37 PM
Name kevin-paul Nelson
Location newark-on-trent
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nice to see oather 1 tons

Date Aug 14, 2016 2:14:22 AM
Name Luke Jackson
Location USA
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The one ton pickup prototype with number plate of FXC80C is in my possession. It has been garage kept its whole life and runs and drives perfectly.

Date Apr 26, 2015 6:34:59 AM
Name Dan W
Location UK
Website http://www.onetonlandrover.co.uk
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Johan - I would be very interested to know more about your 1-Ton and add it to the register, could you send an email perhaps?

Date Apr 22, 2015 4:32:36 AM
Name johan hudson
Location south africa
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Hello from south africa... I own one 1 ton 109 series 2a and still going strong. Well done landrover!

Date Jan 11, 2015 2:27:22 AM
Name Paul Pollard
Location Kent
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I used to work at Kennings Welsh Harp in the early 80s until they closed in 84. I remember seeing the Landy parked outside the front of the building, near the petrol pumps.

Date Nov 2, 2014 2:17:32 AM
Name Åge Sjåfjell
Location Norway
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Hi everybody.

I just bought the 22300039G. It is a series 2a with a 6 cylinder engine.
We think it is a 1971, but it was registred in 1973 in Norway.

Anybody that can confirm it is a 1971 ?

Thanks. I keep in touch :-)

Date Sep 10, 2014 7:17:31 AM
Name Dan
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26600001a was not registered by the rover company when new, it. was a breakdown truck and as such ran on trade plates. It. was given a Q prefix reg in 1988 when the law changed to require breakdown trucks to have their own registration. Steve Graham then got an age-related plate when he restored the vehicle. The j suffix is what DVLA gave him. The truck is NOT a IIA, look at the Dashboard. The IIA type door hinges were factory fitted to some early series IIIs, there is plenty of evidence to support that fact.

Date Sep 9, 2014 7:52:08 AM
Name Mike
Location Yorks
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This allegedly No 1 1-Ton Land-Rover Series III. It is fitted with the wrong door hinges. The 'J' registration, VN plate issued at Middlesbrough between 1 August 1970 and 31 July 1971 indicates a Series IIA and the door hinges are IIA door hinges. Yes, I know they are easily changed and completely interchangeable with the Series III door hinges. But, it is laughable to suggest that The Rover Company were 'using up' the Series IIA door hinges on the first Series III models. How do I know? I was there. I never saw one Series III Land-Rover of any variant fitted with Series IIA door hinges. The Series IIA door hinges continued in production for years after the introduction of the Series III door hinges as service replacements for the models for which they were intended.