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When someone says “Land Rover,” a certain vehicle appears in your head, right? Boxy. Rugged. Fashionable. Well, the Defender this is not. This is a 1966 Land Rover Series IIA 109 4×4 Recovery Truck. The Series II was introduced in 1958 and offered the rounded sides that would become synonymous with Land Rover in the future, only here those rounded sides are part of a rescue vehicle. Yup, the latest ride to cross the auction block at Bonhams is a vehicle capable of hauling other vehicles. With a Harvey Frost 3cwt pickup crane in the back and a 2 1/4-liter petrol engine, this Land Rover tows in style. Expected to fetch between $11,000 and $13,000 on December 6, this is the Series II for the guy who wants something more unique than a standard Range. 

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