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The Swiss army adopted the Land Rover

The Swiss army adopted the Land Rover

1961 The Swiss army adopted the Land Rover. A revised range known as the Land Rover Series IIA was launched. The capacity of the diesel was increased to 2286cc, in line with the petrol unit, raising power to 62bhp (46kW). 1962 The Series IIA 109in Forward Control version was introduced.
The demands of Road Rover’s

The demands of Road Rover’s

The first ones wore the light green used on Rover cars, but as part of a new strategy for 1954 customers were able to choose grey or blue. On 3 December 1953, three days after his 80th birthday, an 86in Land Rover UKE 80 was registered in the name of Sir Winston Spencer Churchill KG, OM, CH, MP, and delivered to Chartwell.
Land Rover diesel engine

Land Rover diesel engine

Another solo around the world trip got underway a matter of days after Townsend. Barbara Toy in her nine-year-old Land Rover “Pollyanna” undertook it but was beset with mechanical problems.
1949 The first Land Rovers

1949 The first Land Rovers

“It is a vehicle intended to bash over fields in far-flung parts of the empire on unmetalled tracks. So why should it be built with the same care as a Rover 60? Surely something more agricultural would be better and cheaper.” In October a Tickford-bodied Station Wagon was introduced to try and broaden the Land Rover’s appeal and in December Rover chairman E Ransom Harrison told shareholders that judging from the volume of inquiries and orders, this vehicle will be something very much more than an additional source of production. It may yet equal, or even exceed our car output.”