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Royal Logistics Museum should be able to get the VRM from the chassis No.  if you have it correct.    I would suggest you contact  Geoff Fletcher  (FMW) ,  from what I have seen he can turn out a more comprehensive report for less  ££

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I am thinking   24408108B  ,   falling in range  24407688B  to  24411244B  ,

24V  40A.     TRUCK UTILITY  88"  4x4   FFR  LHD   

Contract  WV1327   /  2       ROVER 8

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Obviously if advised  defo. military  &  88" or  109"    FFR or 12 volt (if any such info. known)

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I don't think  144801008   is a good number.

I would say a prefix  144  would be a Rover 6 - if military.  Most probably  a RHD BASIC Utility and Series 2  not  2A , from contract  KL/H/0934  /  6 , so a civvy spec. with a few bolt-ons.  Items 2 to 7 were just a few (6 qty.) Car Utility / Station Wagen - each stated with full chassis No. and it's not one of those.

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