Ya... that WC53 is the ticket!!
Thanks Bob, Was aqquanted with the long and short wheel base models like the series1 in your photo, but it was the series 2 with the fully floating rear axles model with full canvas canopy from cab to tray and this was fitted with a 6 cylinder red Holden motor (GM and a mod) not mine, a workmate's, which was an improvement over the 4 cylinder that the vehicles came out with, and the 4 cylinder diesel, my wife always said they go faster backwards than forward.Here you go FredM this one is for you...... It's got a tow boom, a serious winch on the front, and they even put the steering wheel on the wrong side
1969 Land Rover 2A.
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That is a neat unit, but why the high price Bob?.1st gen Broncos have gone through the roof the last 5 years...... Not unusual to see them going for 6 figures. Here's an example
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The 1st gen Broncos have gone through the roof since Ford announced the reintroduction of the Bronco in 2021. I suppose it's going to be like when Chevy reintroduced the Camaro, that was 2009 and 1st gens still bring a healthy price. The '66 & '67 1/2-cabs like this one seem to be what the younger guys want.That is a neat unit, but why the high price Bob?.
Interesting little critter, toe jammer for sure if Chinese riding boots were worn while operating.😁Only seen one of these a couple of times at vintage shows and they had a Wisconsin engines of them. Somebody stuck a Honda engine on this one.....
Vaughan Flex Tread out of the 1930's
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