The series IIa is possibly the most iconic of all Land Rover, which in turn are possibly the most iconic of all British cars. These vehicles are becoming increasingly scarce, and their popularity is ever growing.
This 384 EJC is a pristine example of the highly sought after short wheel base pick-up model. It has currently only 3 former keepers. Moreover, 384 EJC underwent a complete restoration and modernisation in 2014, costing in excess of £15,000. The pick-up was fitted with a new galvanised chassis, a new braking system and a galvanised bulkhead. A number of updates were made, including the addition of power steering and an Alpine stereo. It was then finished in stylish Limestone, with matching wheels. It reputedly now runs and drives finely. The power steering and heating, especially, enable this car to be used on a daily basis.
This Land Rover combines modern practicalities with a timeless design, it will appeal to Land Rover purists and newcomers alike.