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The frame and bulkhead on this rig are rusted out, so I have parted it out. I have a good set of pictures of most of the large parts.
I am offering the large body parts first. smaller parts will go after I have them sorted and cleaned up. If you need something specific, you can ask for it.
Given the size of the parts, I prefer if you pick them up. If I have to box and ship them, I will need to charge for that. I will probably also list many of these parts on eBay also.

1967 Landrover Series IIA body panel report
The rear tub of the body isn't bad. Mostly straight, and not corroded. There is one custom hole in which would be behind the passenger seat, probably 4"; not sure what it was for, but it is in a flat area and easily covered. Rear tub: $450

Seat base and cover plates: pretty good shape. No tool box under one cover. Seat base: , no covers, $300

Front bulkhead: wasted, very corroded, just pieces to recycle. Same with the frame.

Front fenders: not bad. A little minor damage here and there, but pretty solid on the outside. Some minor corrosion in the inner fender wall, 1-2 small holes near exhaust area. The aluminum flanges where the fender attaches to the body is fine. $250 each
All 4 indicator light fixtures are present with wiring, for sale separately. .
The front radiator support: solid on top, with headlights. The bottom was cut to accept a winch, and is also rusted. Roversnorth has the appropriate patch panel to correct the problem without custom fabrication. $100

Front hood- straight, some minor rust through in the left front corner of an interior brace, maybe 4" long. Could be patched fairly easily. Easy to reuse. $250

Rear body sections: still have the rear swing door. The rear door has some corrosion but not bad, it will clean up OK.

Front doors: one is not very good, it needs lower frame work, and significant cleaning up. I think it is the left door. The other front door is better, but not unscathed by corrosion. I understand you can get new lower door shells; the windows, etc are good so these doors are either to fix or to be parts donors.
There are also a bunch of the smaller body parts like sills and sill covers, etc.
Windshield frame: with good glass. Pretty good shape.
Parts are located in Teton Valley, Idaho. (SE)
I will sell things if people make it worth my while. Tired of sad stories.
  • do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers

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