The Safari is a 1972 Series III Station Wagon 2.25 petrol
On June 18th 2014 the Landy passed the 25th MOT since I bought it in September 1988
The Series III Safari near Milwich in March 2009
A greenish lane somewhere in Shropshire
This was taken during a trip to South Wales in August 2007
We had a new tent for short breaks, this was at Hay-on-Wye in July 2005
This was an ex-Electricity Board Land Rover, I bought it from a
man in Blackpool. He had a diesel 88" and a BMW car which he wanted to
This picture was taken at Tatton Park not long after I acquired it.
The Landy was purchased in September 1988 with a clapped out engine. I rebuilt a second hand 2.25 petrol engine and fitted
that before our holiday to the Isle of Mann in the summer of 1989.
At a nephew's wedding, the bride and groom had a Rolls Royce, but the Landy looked better!
These seats came from a Jaguar XJ6 and transformed the comfort level for long journeys.
They make it a joy to drive on a daily basis too.
A road in the Isle of Mann
A stop by a lake in North Wales
A campsite near Edinburgh in 1993, the manic dog was called Tigger
Path to a beach in South Wales
Must find the rest of these pictures
Don't be fooled: I've been there but the Landy hasn't
The front of the roof slopes at just the right angle for the ladder to be straight. A truly versatile vehicle.
To be continued!