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Land-Rover 109'' Series IIa

Land-Rover 109'' Series IIa in The 4400, TV Series, 2004-2007 IMDB Ep. 3.01

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

Land-Rover 109'' Series IIa

[*] Background vehicle

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Alexander DE

2006-06-18 22:28

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Where was it filmed?

yvon52 BE

2006-06-18 22:40

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J'hésite entre Disneyland, Hollywood, Cine Citta, mais ..... pas dans le desert :lol:

Ou bien on a completement le désert,

Link to "www.lts-orient.ch"

ou un oasis

http://www.travelinstyle.com/egypt/nile__oasiscamp.htm

-- Last edit: 2006-06-18 22:44:24

antp BE

2006-06-18 22:42

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In Canada

Alexander DE

2006-06-18 22:52

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Then I would say it is not a Land-Rover Santana, as suggested, but an 'ordinary' Land-Rover.
From the size of the wheels I would say it is a 109", but they are interchangable. From the year of filming Series III is most likely.

So, most likely, Land-Rover 109" Series III.
Apart from 'Land-Rover' the other bits are 'educated guesses'. :)

Gag Halfrunt UK

2006-06-18 23:58

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Alexander wrote Where was it filmed?

In front of a painted background.

Alexander DE

2006-06-19 00:18

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Gag Halfrunt wrote
In front of a painted background.

:D

marklandynut UK

2010-05-22 23:10

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I'm going out on a limb here and saying it is more likely to be a Series 2A. There are two reasons for this. Firstly, NADA imports stopped in 1973 when Land Rover could not meet the emmissions and safety regulations, meaning only a couple of years of Series 3 production made it across the atlantic. Second is the wheels. whilst the tyres do look large enough to be from a 109", the wheels are not the type fitted to later Series 2A and Series 3 models. 109" wheels are wider than those fitted to 88", and on the late 2A & 3 the extra width is added to the outside of the rim meaning the centre looks pushed back. Series 2 and early 2A models however had the extra width on the back meaning the centre sits flush with the face of the rim. From those wheels I would say this is possibly an early 2A rather than something later, however the wheel test is far from conclusive.

Gag Halfrunt UK

2010-05-23 00:50

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The 4400 is filmed in Canada, where you can import more or less any car if it's fifteen years old or more.

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