Land Rover Especial by Santana (1956–1983), spotted on Ibiza. It was not until the end of the
1950s that Spanish autarkism – under the regime of Franco the first
licensed Landys were manufactured in Linares without
any parts from the British main factory, but they equalled the English
models to almost 99% – was replaced by economic liberalism, which did
not rule out the fact that original
Perkins engines were already installed in Spanish Land Rover models
A 4.3 litre (pic 6) would have been a nice addition, but the Series IIIa 109" Santana 6-cylinder Especial (since 1979) wasn’t so bad either.
I dedicate this one to my man Grelicks, who has been dreaming of an aged Landy since 1989.
Range Rover “Classic”, 1978. Land Rover have announced a new factory-based restoration service. Range Rover Reborn is a new programme offering prospective customers the opportunity to purchase an original Range Rover, direct from Land Rover Classic in the UK. The car will be presented at Salon Rétromobile 2017 in Paris. Land Rover Classic will restore an initial run of ten classic Range Rovers