Land Rover Series 3 spare parts always at hand

The sales statistics at the time speak for the popularity of the icon: during the production of the Series IIA, Land Rovers reached peak sales figures of 60,000 units per year, of which over 70% were sold abroad. We help you maintain the enjoyment of your vehicle and offer all Land Rover Series 3 spares direct from stock for immediate dispatch.

Udo Schneider

Actually an economist, but with a long Land Rover and Triumph history. Has made his hobby his profession, his secret passion is Lotus. Talk to him.

Product number: 323231
new item. Reproduction of the Lucas 18ACR type alternator - voltage: 12, earth return: negative, output: 45 ampere, fixi

Interior lamp
Product number: 362577
with black plastic base. Base size: 119 x 63 mm, height 42 mm

Starter motor
Product number: 372565
new item. M418G inertia drive type - rotation: clock wise, voltage: 12, drive: 11 teeth. Lucas no: 25605

Fuel tank
Product number: 368171
made from mild steel, approx. 10 gallons. Auxiliary tank uses the space under the front seats. It must be filled from th

123 Ignition system
Product number: 485462
with 16 pre-programmed advance curves - for 4 cylinder engines with Lucas top entry distributors. For negative earth car

Wiper motor
Product number: 315472
new item. Lucas 14W type - less drive gear. Characteristique: 12 volt, two speed and round body

High performance starter motor
Product number: 497726
power: 1.4 kW

Product number: 501343
for standard gease guns to slot over grease nipples on track rod ends

Intermediate sprocket
Product number: 17639
with bush assembly

Crankshaft sprocket
Product number: 17638
double row

Driving pinion
Product number: 206908
oil pump - on crankshaft

Number plate backing
Product number: 215112
front. Complete kit with hinge and stay

Brake conversion kit
Product number: 505922
front to 4 pot aluminium calipers with vented discs

Tubular manifold
Product number: 207223
stainless steel. Big bore variant with 2" diameter. Now with stainless steel flanges (new)


Land Rover Series I

The first Land Rover was born out of the commercial necessity to develop a new vehicle model that could ensure the continuation of the "Rover" house after the Second World War. The original business with rather conservative vehicles of the upper market segment had come to a standstill during the war.

As a result of armament production, sheet steel was not in unlimited supply. Inspired by his Willys Jeep, the technical director, Maurice Wilks, developed an off-road vehicle that eradicated the shortcomings of the Jeep, used existing Rover technical resources and was to be used primarily in agriculture. The body of the vehicle was made of readily available Birmabright, an aluminium alloy. The model, which was presented for the first time in 1948, already received a large number of orders at the trade fair, so that series production was started.

Initially still equipped with an 80'' wheelbase, the chassis was lengthened to make room for the diesel engine, which was available from 1957. With the appearance of Series II in 1958, the first models retroactively became "Series I".

Land Rover Series II and IIA

The Land Rover II and IIA are tough cars that sold well in much of the Commonwealth. Numerous appearances in film and television during the 1960s made the car and its iconic shape famous. The model family expanded, with the Land Rover Forward Control being built for military and civilian use from 1962.

Over time, the Land Rover IIA gradually changed: The headlights were moved from the inside at the radiator grille to the outside in the wings due to legal changes. This also necessitated a new positioning of the indicators and sidelights. More and more emphasis was placed on driving comfort and operability; a partially synchronised gearbox further improved the driving characteristics.

Land Rover Series III

Introduced in 1971, the Land Rover Series III was based on the IIA and is the most common model in the series. Also due to competition from the upcoming Japanese suppliers, the model was further upgraded with, among other things, a modified dashboard and a fully synchronised gearbox.

Two different wheelbases were available for the Land Rover Series III: a short version with 88'' wheelbase, the long version with 109''. Furthermore, the range of available engines was extended: Besides the four-cylinder diesel engine with 2.25 ltr, there were also three petrol engines with 2.25 ltr, 2.6 ltr or 3.5 ltr.

Land Rover Series 3 spare parts at Limora

The robust vehicle is certainly a good choice in any case. If you are one of the proud owners of this indestructible pioneer, we will be glad to help you with any questions you may have. You will also find all Land Rover Series 3 spare parts in stock.