Daily Archives: 23 April 2014

Unique History on Block

Honourable Artillery Co LR
A 1966 Series IIa 88 Land Rover for sale

This special 1966 Land Rover has a unique history, it was one of four built and taken into service with the Honourable Artillery Company. They were solely used to tow field guns to the Tower of London to fire salutes on the Queens birthday and for visiting Heads of State.

It has 22,457 original miles.

The Land Rover is on the ebay auction block out of Closter, New Jersey.

It’s like Christmas…

Windscreen Kit

Ho, ho, ho… What’s this?

A heated windscreen kit for The Rover?

Who would have thought such a thing was available? Even possible?

Might even be better than an official Red Ryder, carbine action, two-hundred shot range model air rifle.

You can tell someone lives in Alaska when on the same day he is looking into a soft top, he starts to covet a heated windscreen.