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Hi , I have had quite a few RHD early 40s and they have all been 3 speed but I have just purchased a 1973 (of what i like to call MK1 Landcruiser ) and its got a 4 speed and I think a F155 motor is that correct, the truck certainly looks totally origonal (except the fron seats, can somebody help with them please)
 
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Not sure on month most of the paperwork was destroyed in the 2009 fires, these are the numbers
VIN:FJ40152126
Eng:F442101
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View attachment 1811871 Hi , I have had quite a few RHD early 40s and they have all been 3 speed but I have just purchased a 1973 (of what i like to call MK1 Landcruiser ) and its got a 4 speed and I think a F155 motor is that correct, the truck certainly looks totally origonal (except the fron seats, can somebody help with them please)

Some markets had a earlier version four speed in 73. Years ago tried working a trade for a Fairy overdrive for one of these in Central America. Shipping was just much of a hazzle. These are 5.33 to 1 first gear verses the 4.99 to 1 on the H41.
 
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Thanks its the nicest one I have ever found, it would be next to perfect if i could find some seats
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Not sure I will check and post a picture but it I am afraid I can get to the see her until Monday
 
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Hi Silver Star

It has a plate next to the battery but just has the Vin on it
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