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Author Topic: 1956 86"  (Read 333 times)

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September 08, 2020 - 22:14
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Offline Mmajor7

  • Non-Member
  • Location: Lightwater
Hello all,
Thought I'd introduce myself as I'm sure I'll have plenty of questions to ask in the coming months/years!
I'm no stranger to landys, having bought a 90 as my first car, followed by a series 3 88" as a wedding car. However I have only recently joined the ranks of the series 1 brigade with a 1956 86" CKD import from Australia.
Im hoping there are a few people here who have bought an imported vehicle as I'm definitely going to need some help getting it a UK registration!


I've attached a few images of the current fleet!


Matt
1 Thank you.

September 09, 2020 - 07:57
Reply #1

Offline Stephen

  • LRSOC & LR Register Member
  • Location: Dorset
Welcome Matt! Thatís a nice looking trio there  :cool:


  Stephen.
1956 88",  1940's Brockhouse

September 09, 2020 - 21:28
Reply #2

Offline spearhead

  • LRSOC Member
  • PLEASE can we have our hyphen back?!!
  • Location: Oban, Argyll, Scotland
    • RGC registrations list:
Welcome to the forum!
If you want to register your Series One, then the man to get in touch with, before you do anything else, is this club's Vehicle Registrations Officer, Mick Burn (Milkman on the forum).  He will be needing photo's of the complete vehicle for the DVLA. so
a) join the club,
b) get photographing! 
c) collect all identification data you can find on the Rover and its paperwork.


You can email him at:-    registrations@lrsoc.com


Looking forward to your rebuild news,          Ian
RGC 849:- 1956 MY 86" hardtop (Sold to poseidon)

RGC Register at: - http://www.spearhead.me.uk/lr/rgc.htm

September 09, 2020 - 21:35
Reply #3

Offline Mmajor7

  • Non-Member
  • Location: Lightwater
Thanks guys, and thanks Ian, I shall make that this weekends priority!