This 1969 Land Rover 88 is a left-hand drive Series IIA model produced by Metalurgica de Santa Ana S.A. in Spain and was acquired by the seller following its importation to the US from Colombia in 2015. Finished in light green over black vinyl, the truck is powered by a 2.25-liter inline-four paired with a four-speed manual transmission and dual-range transfer case. A refurbishment performed prior to its importation reportedly included a repaint along with replacing the tan canvas top, seats, fuel tank, brake components, and more. This Santana is now offered with import documents, recent service records, and a clean Florida title.
The exterior was refinished in light green during previous ownership, and the tan canvas top is said to have been replaced along with the doors, mirrors, and bumper. Additional exterior features include a hood-mounted spare tire, riveted aluminum trim, and a trailer hitch. Blemishes are shown up close in the gallery, and side windows are included in the sale.
Cream-colored 16″ steel wheel are fitted with General tires measuring 7.5×16″. The brake system was reportedly refreshed during the refurbishment.
The cabin features three individual bucket seats up front along with inward-facing rear benches upholstered in black vinyl. Lap belts are fitted for all occupants, and additional features include replacement floor mats and a banjo-style steering wheel.
Centrally-mounted Veglia instrumentation consists of a 120-km/h speedometer and gauges for amperage, fuel level, and water temperature. The five-digit odometer shows 149 kilometers (~93 miles), only a handful of which have been added by the seller. Total mileage is unknown.
The 2.25-liter gasoline inline-four is paired with a four-speed manual transmission and two-speed transfer case. The fuel tank, fuel pump, and battery are said to have been replaced during the refurbishment. The carburetor and alternator were replaced by the seller, along with the master and clutch slave cylinders and fuel inlet hose.
Additional underbody photos can be viewed in the gallery. There is currently a lien on the truck, and the seller’s lender will need to be paid off before the title can be transferred to the new owner.