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Series I Tickford Station Wagon

Series I Tickford Station Wagon (United Kingdom, 1949)

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© photo courtesy of: Land Rover
Land Rover Series I Tickford Conversion
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Land Rover Series Gen.1 [I]


In 1946, when World War II had just ended, the Rover Motor Company began creating the Land Rover vehicle. In April 1948, the Land Rover was finally released at the Amsterdam Motor Show, vreated by Rover's chief designer Maurice Wilks, in Wales. The Land Rover was actually initially thought of and projected to be used in farm and light industry activities, more than as a passenger vehicle. However, during its Series I lifetime, the Land Rover was in fact considered to serve many different p...  more
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