c.1950/51 Land Rover 80" Trials. Registration number not registered. Chassis number none found, Engine number none with vehicle. Land Rover entered production in 1948 with what has later been termed the Series I. Originally designed for farm and light industrial use, with a steel box-section chassis and an aluminum body, which from 1948 until 1951 used an 80-inch wheelbase and a 1.6-litre petrol engine producing around 50 bhp. This project has been much altered for trials use with a different rear body tub and a stainless steel bulkhead. The original chassis appears to be in good condition with some welding, it has pedals through the floor and narrow rear springs. The front panels are from a later model with free wheeling front hubs. A roll cage is fitted as is a front towing bracket. The transmission appears in good condition. There is no paperwork with the vehicle.