Location: Melbourne
Year: 1969
Make: Land Rover
Model: Series 2A 109″ WB
Transmission: Manual
Odometer Reading: 54541 Miles Showing
Body Type: Army Truck
VIN / Chassis: 25328004D
Engine Number: 25342060K
Build Date: 02/1969
Build Number: ARN 174 400
Exterior Colour: Army Olive Green
Interior Colour: Black / Green

What an opportunity to own a part of Australian History…. and it’s UNRESERVED.

1969 Series 2a Truck, Utility, 3/4 Ton, GS, Cargo Long Wheelbase 109” ex army Land Rover.

Matching Numbers Vehicle
All ID plates still attached
Original Patina Army paint
Genuine unmodified Original Army Vehicle
Has Australian Military History
Runs and Drives
Army history verified and Recorded in the ARN records as entered when commissioned into the Army

This Particular land rover was built in Sydney for the Australian Army.
Issued with ARN 174 400
This vehicle can be located on the ARN registrator entry and verified on the REMLR website.

The Land Rover still fitted out with the Army specs as decommissioned from the Australian army on 5/03/1990.
All 4 TAC Plates are original to this vehicle, never been taken off, the TAC sign plaques are Army but acquired by the previous owner. The Cross saws are green and Gold, is what signage most army vehicles displayed . The Gold Royal Crest represents Army HeadQuarters unit.

The markings above wheel represent tyre pressures and the marking above dashboard on drivers side represent army speed limit that Army Vehicles must not exceed. Reminding the driver of the speed limit.

The Land Rover is an all matching numbers vehicle that still has its original petrol engine.

In 1990 the Land Rover was sold at Army Disposal Auction at Bandiana on 5/3/1990 and was purchased by a station at Wentworth in NSW. Where it was used as a tourist vehicle for farm stays. After use around the farm it was put in a shed. Until 2021 when the current owner purchased the ex army Land Rover, The current owner performed maintenance to the vehicle to bring it up to roadworthy standards for NSW club Registration. Where it has been driven around town to club events. For the last 8 months it was exhibited in a museum.

Olive drab paint (Army Green)
The 4 TAC plate holders
Period TAC signs on front only
Recorded in the ARN records by Australian Army
Pintle hook tow hitch
Large light plug for army trailers still operational
Straps on diff to Chassis
Army asset \ repair ID tag plate on Dashboard.
Secondary fuel tank
Chains on fuel caps
Blackout lights
Map light on dashboard

Vendor has noted:
Has been sitting in Museum. Brakes need rebleeding and general service of Brakes as it was sitting for 8 months.
Needs New shocks absorbers fitted (new shock absorbers included in sale).
Rear main seal needs attention.

What an opportunity. Where do you find another one?

This vehicle is located in our facility in Melbourne, for further information please contact Dave Hosking 0474 182 002 or Mason Hibbert 0455 191 035

To protect your investment vehicle bidders should consider at a minimum replacement of fuel, oil, fluids, filters and thorough brake inspection as vehicles may have been stationary for some time. Vehicles are sold as is off the floor – unregistered. No warranty expressed or implied, sold with all or any faults, and where applicable sold with Australian Government Import Approval. FMC48