I'm George - and last drove in one of these beasts in early 80's in the Army/RAF Cadets.
So after 30 years of wanting one, on Friday I became the delighted owner of an (almost) fully restored 1967 British Army Series 2a Land Rover.
So far and many thanks to those who have already posted to HMVF forums I have fixed up the indicators and brake switch to get the vehicle road legal.
Have also fixed a clutch issues and steering play all thanks to good old Google/YouTube, and folks like those on HMVF who are happy to share what they know with all the rest of us.....it makes a huge difference to know the knowledge is out there.
Hence here I am joining HMVF - so that the next time I need to fix the old girl I can ask a friend.
All I need now is to get it through the MOT in October....but what a lovely drive - the old sound and "comforts" I recall......and with the exception of the rear fog lamp and front spots she is the original real deal.
I look forwards to sharing what I know - so far I can tell anyone who wants to knwo how to fix up the indicators and relays, and also fix up/replace the brake switch on an old Army Landy.