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  Used Land Rover 110SW Wagon View All Images

[25th Dec, 2015]
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- - Right Hand ShinEi
USD 127,090  
[14,000,000 JPY] 
  Used Land Rover FREE LANDER 2 **74-VIEWS-OFFER** Wagon View All Images

[25th May, 2017]
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59,000 Right Hand KASagamino
USD 11,500  
[1,266,840 JPY] 
  Used Land Rover Wagon View All Images

[25th Dec, 2015]
778 View
- - Right Hand ShinEi
USD 104,400  
[11,500,000 JPY] 
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Land Rover Wagon

From the beginning it was realised that some buyers would want a Land Rover's abilities without the spartan interiors. In 1949, Land Rover launched a second body option called the "Station Wagon", fitted with a body built by Tickford, a coachbuilder known for their work with Rolls-Royce and Lagonda. 1956 saw the introduction of the first five-door model, on the 107-inch chassis known as the "Station Wagon" with seating for up to ten people. The 86-inch model was a three-door, seven-seater. The new station wagons were very different from the previous Tickford model, being built with simple metal panels and bolt-together construction instead of the complex wooden structure of the older Station Wagon.

The Station Wagons saw the first expansion of the Land Rover range. Station Wagons were fitted with a "Safari Roof" which consisted of a second roof skin fitted on top of the vehicle. This kept the interior cool in hot weather and reduced condensation in cold weather. While they were based on the same chassis and drivetrains as the standard vehicles, Station Wagons carried different chassis numbers, special badging, and were advertised in separate brochures. The original Station Wagon, the new in-house versions were highly popular.

The 109-inch Series II Station Wagon introduced a twelve-seater option on top of the standard ten-seater layout. This made the twelve-seater not only cheaper to buy than the 10-seater version, but also cheaper than the seven-seater 88-inch (2,200 mm) Station Wagon. The twelve-seater layout remained a highly popular body style for decades, being retained on the later Series and Defender variants until 2002, when it was dropped. receives lots of Land Rover Wagon inquiries every day from many countries. You can find hundreds of Land Rover Wagon ready stock for your direct import from Japan. Please check list of all Land Rover Wagon Exporters in Japan or send your inquiry to get best offers.

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