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Things to know about this Land Rover 109 LWB - Series III - Station Wagon
In 1970, the voluntary fire brigade of a little Austrian mountain village decided to acquire a new fire engine that would perform its duties, could handle adverse weather conditions – especially the snow in winter – and would be able to carry ten firemen. Therefore they chose this Land Rover 109 LWB. Since there are less operations in and around a mountain village than in a densely populated area, this Landy has only covered 24,900km in about 45 years (sold in 2015). Thus, there was enough time to care for the vehicle – which one could clearly see after it had been sold. Nevertheless an extensive FRAME-OFF restoration had to be done. The latter was tackled by an authorised Land Rover dealer with long-term experience in restoration. With great technical understanding and attention to detail, he renewed the car from the 109 series by only using new parts from Land Rover. The searchlight, a relic from the fire engine times is completely functioning and serves as a clearly visible sign for the historicity of the vehicle. What should be pointed out: This Land Rover is the exact opposite of its air-sprung “grandchildren”: tough, loud and uncomfortable – a metal brute, but a beautiful one.
The history of the Land Rover 109 LWB - Series III - Station Wagon
This product line of British manufacturer Rover was produced under the model designation ‘Land Rover Series’ which later became the stand-alone brand Land Rover. The first “Land Rover” was produced in 1948, designed as an agricultural machine. In 1958 the “Series II” was launched and the previously produced vehicles were retroactively named “Series I”. In late 1970 the production of “Series III” started. The model of the 109 series which is offered here stems from this time of production. The number 109 refers to the wheelbase: 88" (2235 mm) were designated as Short Wheel Base (SWB) and 109" (2769 mm) as Long Wheel Base (LWB).
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