Stolen in Derbyshire
A 1954 Series One Land Rover
It has just completed a two-year circumnavigation of Africa. It has a fully galvanised chassis.
Reg; DEG 295
Stolen from a Sussex railway station
A late 1972 Land Rover Series 2A SWB with front lights in wings and a plastic grille like the later Series 3s. Petrol 2.25. Green with white roof (brush painted). The previous blue paint-job can be seen where green is peeling.
Reg; XLG 963J
Chassis No; 27114234H
Odometer (approx); 76k
Set of Wipacs on the front bumper wired in as the high beam. Black leather front bench (3 seats) with beige rear benches. Light blue and white interior. Brand new contacts and fuel filter Front left sidelight on the blink
BEST4X4XFAR on drivers windscreen. Series 2a owners club stickers.
Fire extinguisher centered behind front bench seat.
Kenlowe booster fan. Front left tyre worn flat on outer edge - needs new bearings. Most recent chassis weld directly under passenger seat.
Forced rear barrel lock - possible to see mole-wrench marks. They took my Jerrycan a few weeks before they took the whole car. Brand new right hand wing mirror (mounted onto low-profile hinges) Lovely old antique first aid box under passenger seat. Smiths heater. Inertia seat-belts
Any information about either theft will be passed on by LRO