Time for a Landie – while stocks last?
With much of my motoring pleasure derived from studying finely drawn curves, or driving on similar, I won’t pretend to understand the appeal of square-cut Land Rovers beyond being a motoring/farming icon. But plenty of folk do. And since the number of Series I Landies rounded up for projects has made them scarce and expensive, attention has started shifting to their more reasonably priced successors.
It’s the Series II and IIA that’s getting attention now, and you can see why project worthy ones are being snapped up quickly when finished examples are now changing hands for as much as £27,500... and that’s a figure that is continuing to rise. If one of these immensely practical boneshakers is on your bucket list, don’t leave it too long to buy one. There’s also the chance that if you get one now, before prices head upwards too much, it may pay you back in the future.