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Old 21st April 2011, 11:44 PM
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...so, about those 1418 engine numbers hey!
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...so, about those 1418 chassis numbers hey!

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I don't think we have been discussing 1418 chassis numbers? 1418 engine numbers yes but not 1958 Home Market RHD SII Petrol models no!

Diana

BTW the newly identified Fire Engine http://www.aulro.com/afvb/series-2-2...re-engine.html was a 1428 chassis.

PPS isn't Gus a 1498 chassis now? 1958 CKD RHD SII Holden engine model
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I don't think we have been discussing 1418 chassis numbers? 1418 engine numbers yes but not 1958 Home Market RHD SII Petrol models no!

PPS isn't Gus a 1498 chassis now? 1958 CKD RHD SII Holden engine model
Stirrer. I know you know I knew what I was talking about.

Re PPS: No! He's 2.25 powered now! The mighty 186-S is powering the floor of the shed in decapitated form.
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I dont know my engine number but my landy's chassis number is 143800622 and it still has the 2L engine.
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Hi,

Well here comes a mistery My engine has number 141801188 and is a 2.25L engine. All ordered spare parts so far did fit without a problem.



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You can see there in Stencil the number 66. According to the history of my Land Rover many spare parts where bought in Belice (former British Honduras) as my Land Rover was being driven in Sout Mexico in the peninsula of Yucatan.
According to my papers my Land Rover is a 1961 model
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Is yours is a LHD NAS export vehicle or a standard LHD export?

Diana
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Is yours is a LHD NAS export vehicle or a standard LHD export?

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Hi Diana,

Sorry but I have absolutely no clue and you know why ? because according to the papers I have, it was a CKD LHD exported to Mexico and assembled here in Mexico, but another story from people who know this Land Rover from where it was driven originally they told me a Guy from Canada came down to Mexico and when he left he did not want to take the Land Rover back to Canada so he sold it here and somebody got some papers in order to nationalize it My papers state chassis # 155100012 and motor # 151110382. As you can see here in the original invoice

http://astroforo.net/LandRover1961/S...Factura001.pdf

and below the card you got in those times declaring it as a Mexican vehicle

http://astroforo.net/LandRover1961/S...arjeton003.pdf

So as written, it is a mistery Land Rover. By the way, the chassis number is also a strange one as you can see below Looks like a replacement one.

I have not yet checked the axle numbers as I do not want to take off the paint of them as they look quite good as they are in the moment. If I would exactly where to look for I would scratch of the paint on that position.



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Just about to purchase my first series 2 and it has E/N 141801949 and
C/N 143800300 .It is a 2ltr motor and looks to have been ex Army. Once I pick it up on Wednesday I'll post a picture.
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Just about to purchase my first series 2 and it has E/N 141801949 and
C/N 143800300 .It is a 2ltr motor and looks to have been ex Army. Once I pick it up on Wednesday I'll post a picture.
I will be very interested to see the pictures because it must be quite an early 58. They are quite rare now with the original 2 litre

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Just about to purchase my first series 2 and it has E/N 141801949 and
C/N 143800300 .It is a 2ltr motor and looks to have been ex Army. Once I pick it up on Wednesday I'll post a picture.
Nice!

It isn't ex-Army though. It predates the initial supply of LRs to the Army. (the earliest are '59 models with 1439 chassis numbers)
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