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1958 Land-Rover 109'' Series II

1958 Land-Rover 109'' Series II in The Sweeney, TV Series, 1975-1978 IMDB Ep. 4.03

Class: Cars, Off-road / SUV — Model origin: UK

1958 Land-Rover 109'' Series II

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

Comments about this vehicle


stronghold EN

2007-04-15 23:35


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samyuk CA

2007-04-16 04:55


the headlamps located at the sides of the radiator shows that this is a series 2/2a model produced from 1958 to 1972. From 1973, in the series III the headlamps were moved to the wings(as did those on the later Series IIA destined for the U.S.).
The vertical side lamps and double bumpers seems to indicate that this is an ex military 109.
perhaps we can delete the 1973 and refer to this as simply a Land Rover Series II/IIA 109

salvation UK

2007-04-16 06:04


I think that might be a false plate, as there is no record of it on DVLA.

Ddey65 US

2007-04-16 06:14


Nice Ford Transcontinental next to it.

philgood FR

2007-04-16 22:53


Yes nice truck, I know one always working on the road !

junkman UK

2007-04-17 18:54


Land-Rover 109 Series II

Alexander DE

2007-04-24 12:56


It is definitely a wrong plate. This is a land-Rover 109" Series II or IIa (1958-68). In 1968 the lights moved out to the wings (1969 for the UK).

Calum_B EN

2007-10-08 18:40


It has SIII overriders on the bumpers, so they are aftermarkets most probably.

EDIT: Alex, it will have that 70s plate on as that will probably have been when it was de-mobbed and registered for road use.

-- Last edit: 2007-10-09 22:10:39

marklandynut UK

2010-05-17 23:19


I think this might be the same vehicle used in this episode
This time its wearing its civvy 'demob' plates. When this episode was made ex-military vehicles were issued with a registration current for the time they are first registered for civilian use, therefore whilst this is probably a 1964/65/66 vehicle it is carrying a 1974 registration number.

BTW, the front double bumper is correct for an early-mid 60s military Land Rover. Later models (Series 3 etc) have a different, shorter upper bumper that bolds through the front of the lower bumper.

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