Land Rover Monthly - - Pricecheck -

88” AND 109”, 1971 TO 1985

SERIES IIIS aren't the cheap and cheer­ful en­try-level Land Rovers they used to be, but you can still find sen­si­bly-priced restora­tion projects. SIIIS make af­ford­able ev­ery­day mo­tors, as parts are rea­son­ably priced and read­ily avail­able. The sim­plic­ity of the de­sign makes them ideal for the home me­chanic. Tidy originals com­mand higher prices. The Stage One V8 is par­tic­u­larly sought-after. Look after your Series III and it will hold its value. Diesels slug­gish.

BUYER’S TIP: Def­i­nitely worth in­vest­ing in one. SPEC­I­FI­CA­TIONS

1971-1985: 2.25 petrol/diesel and trans­mis­sions as Series IIA, 2.6 six-cylin­der pro­duced up to 1979.

1979-1985: Stage One (109 only) 3.5-litre V8 petrol, 91 bhp, 166 lb-ft torque. LT95 four-speed man­ual with per­ma­nent 4WD.


Poor: £800 – £2100 Av­er­age: £2100 – £3800 Good: £3800 – £5800 Ex­cel­lent: £5800 – £14,000

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