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Old 03-21-2005, 02:12   #1 (permalink)
Bob Hobden
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Abandoned Series 2A

Just come back from a few days away in N. Cornwall and round the back of the
cottage we stayed in was a late, tax exempt, Series 2a that was obviously
abandoned. Took a quick look and it seemed straight and the chassis didn't
look too bad, had FWH's and Overdrive. Would come up quite OK with a clean.
Made some enquiries and it seems it belongs to the daughter of the lady that
owned the holiday cottage and was abandoned a couple of years ago when the
engine seized, fuel tank also sprung a leak. Previously it was her daily
transport.
Anyone who fancies a project in the N.Cornwall area mail me as I can get
contact details if needed.

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Bob
In Runnymede, 17 miles West of London



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Old 03-21-2005, 02:12   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Abandoned Series 2A

On Tue, 8 Mar 2005 18:14:53 -0000, "Bob Hobden" <me@privacy.net>
wrote:

>Just come back from a few days away in N. Cornwall and round the back of the
>cottage we stayed in was a late, tax exempt, Series 2a that was obviously
>abandoned. Took a quick look and it seemed straight and the chassis didn't
>look too bad, had FWH's and Overdrive. Would come up quite OK with a clean.
>Made some enquiries and it seems it belongs to the daughter of the lady that
>owned the holiday cottage and was abandoned a couple of years ago when the
>engine seized, fuel tank also sprung a leak. Previously it was her daily
>transport.
>Anyone who fancies a project in the N.Cornwall area mail me as I can get
>contact details if needed.


What model is it?
wheelbase and body?


Regards.
Mark.(AKA, Mr.Nice.)
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(3,000 rivets flying in close formation)
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Old 03-21-2005, 02:12   #3 (permalink)
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Re: Abandoned Series 2A


Mark replied ..
to Bob Hobden" who wrote
>>Just come back from a few days away in N. Cornwall and round the back of
>>the
>>cottage we stayed in was a late, tax exempt, Series 2a that was obviously
>>abandoned. Took a quick look and it seemed straight and the chassis didn't
>>look too bad, had FWH's and Overdrive. Would come up quite OK with a
>>clean.
>>Made some enquiries and it seems it belongs to the daughter of the lady
>>that
>>owned the holiday cottage and was abandoned a couple of years ago when the
>>engine seized, fuel tank also sprung a leak. Previously it was her daily
>>transport.
>>Anyone who fancies a project in the N.Cornwall area mail me as I can get
>>contact details if needed.

>
> What model is it?
> wheelbase and body?
>

It's a SWB 88 hard top with windows in the back, not sure about rear seats
though, from comments about the petrol leaking it must still be a 2.25
petrol. Unfortunately I didn't get a photo, silly me!

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Bob
In Runnymede, 17 miles West of London



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Old 03-21-2005, 02:12   #4 (permalink)
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On Tue, 8 Mar 2005 23:04:23 -0000, "Bob Hobden" <me@privacy.net>
wrote:

>
>Mark replied ..
>to Bob Hobden" who wrote
>>>Just come back from a few days away in N. Cornwall and round the back of
>>>the
>>>cottage we stayed in was a late, tax exempt, Series 2a that was obviously
>>>abandoned. Took a quick look and it seemed straight and the chassis didn't
>>>look too bad, had FWH's and Overdrive. Would come up quite OK with a
>>>clean.
>>>Made some enquiries and it seems it belongs to the daughter of the lady
>>>that
>>>owned the holiday cottage and was abandoned a couple of years ago when the
>>>engine seized, fuel tank also sprung a leak. Previously it was her daily
>>>transport.
>>>Anyone who fancies a project in the N.Cornwall area mail me as I can get
>>>contact details if needed.

>>
>> What model is it?
>> wheelbase and body?
>>

>It's a SWB 88 hard top with windows in the back, not sure about rear seats
>though, from comments about the petrol leaking it must still be a 2.25
>petrol. Unfortunately I didn't get a photo, silly me!


I know of someone who'd be interested in a lwb station wagon, I'll
mention this one to him anyway.


Regards.
Mark.(AKA, Mr.Nice.)
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1984 110 CSW 2.5(na)D
(3,000 rivets flying in close formation)
www.4x4info.info
www.mvp-fine-art.co.uk
www.markvarleyphoto.co.uk
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Old 03-21-2005, 02:16   #5 (permalink)
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Re: Abandoned Series 2A

In article <jqcs21pe5m2kt4l1frlpp9huvbcu6oerj8@4ax.com>, MVP
<mr.nice@*nospam*softhome.net> writes
>I know of someone who'd be interested in a lwb station wagon, I'll
>mention this one to him anyway.


My IIa 109 Ex-Mod hardtop with windows (2.25 Petrol, twin tanks, FWH,
o/d) might be up for grabs. It hasn't run for several years but
everything mechanical was OK. The passenger footwell and door pillars
are in need of TLC.

I'm looking for somewhere to repair it but I might not manage to get
that far!

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Ex MOD 109 -> http://www.photopia.demon.co.uk/landy.htm

Preston, Lancs, UK.

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