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1958 Land Rover Series II

This stunning 1958 Land Rover Series II is a rare gem exquisitely restored in striking Mid Grey. This timeless model stands out among collectors for its rarity and sought-after status. The beauty had the original chassis meticulously dipped, repaired, and powder-coated, and the full nut and bolt rebuild reveals the extraordinary high standard to which this Land Rover has been restored.

The heart of the Series II lies in its fully rebuilt engine, ensuring impeccable performance. The vehicle proudly sits on new tires, with the option to revert to the factory-correct Michelins for those seeking authenticity.

This Series II exudes beauty and authenticity, a testament to the expertise of its restorer, who possesses an intimate knowledge of Series Land Rovers. Immerse yourself in the allure of this beautifully preserved classic, where restoration meets originality in perfect harmony.

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