This 1985 Land Rover Santana is a Spanish-built variant which was recently imported by the seller. The truck is finished in white and powered by a mechanically-injected 2.25L diesel four backed by a 4-speed manual transmission and dual-range 4-wheel drive system. A service in early 2018 prior to importation reportedly involved installation of a new brake booster and hoses, belts, injectors, tires, and more. Brand: Land RoverModel: 4x4TypeSantanaCapacity: 2286ccPower BHP: 61Gearbox type: ManualColor: WhiteSteering LHD/RHD: LHDRegistration Year: 1985KM: 39874Origin country: SpainVAT: NORegistration papers present: YESRegistration country: Spain
The exterior is finished in white contrasted by black steel wheels. The truck retains standard instrumentation, and is not equipped with air conditioning or a radio. Approximately 39k kilometers (~24k miles) are shown on the mechanical odometer.
The naturally-aspirated 2.25L diesel four sends power to all four wheels via a 4-speed manual transmission and 2-speed transfer case. The belts, fuel injectors, and more were reportedly replaced prior to the sellerÂ’s purchase, and the fuel pump was adjusted. The truck is equipped with two diesel fuel tanks.
Additional photos of the underside are provided in the gallery below.
Shipping:Domestic: $1,600 transport costs. Transport includes: In-land shipping; Shipment to New York harbor. Shipment to a other harbor is on request. Arranging export documentation from Europe.
Excluding import cost in the US. This service can be provided and is on request. Excluding in-land transport to the US. This service can be provided and is on request. Shipment and extra service cost will be added to your winning bid.Combined shipping: Please ask about combined shipping for multiple lots before bidding.International: Foreign shipping rates are determined by destination.Location: This item ships from Spain
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