Chassis Number: 4155
Engine: Original matching numbers V-12 engine and driveline
Chassis Number: B-0216
Color: Mela Verde (apple green)
Chassis and engine number: 4735 GT
Color : Pino verde over beige
Chassis number : 875232
Engine R 1357-9
Chassis number: 32300558D
Engine: 2,286cc, 62 bhp diesel engine option
Year of manufacture: 1975
Series number: 90422383A/78
Chassis number: 091260
Engine number: 093816
Chassis Number: 100 108 008524
Color: Blue and Ivory
Chassis Number: 6086164
Chassis number: B 236 CN
Engine number: BCN 118
Chassis Number: 80058
Color: Dark grey over a tobacco interior
The first Land Rover appeared in 1947, and since then the success of that vehicle is huge. Inspired from the American brand Jeep, the British constructor was not only aiming to sell this model to the army but to all industrial and farming workers. After the series I and II, the series III appeared is 1971. This model is with no contest the most popular with 440 000 copies sold between 1971 and 1985.
The third version has got a new grille, flat hinges, a new dashboard where all the instruments are in front of the driver, new leaf-sprung suspension with selectable two or four-wheel drive.
The headlights were moved to the wings. In 1980, the 2.25-litre petrol and diesel engines received five main bearing crankshafts to increase rigidity and the transmission, axles and wheel hubs were strengthened.
This car had only two previous owners. The first one was the Belgian king Leopold III. The king was a photo enthusiast and loved to drive his Land Rover around the Belgian countryside and take pictures. The car was auctioned in 2003 when he and his wife had died. This car was sold as part of their cars collection along with a 330 Ferrari.
The second owner was Mr Michel Muller. A Land Rover enthusiast and cars collector. He simply had a crush on that model.
This Land Rover is in a perfect state and has a very low and guaranteed mileage (16 000 km), which is incredible for a 40 years-old car.
The King Leopold III used this Land Rover for his strall in the countryside where he loved to take pictures.