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Re: Mr Bennett's Land Rover

Just watched some Catweazle with the grandkids and was intrigued to see the Land Rover UFK 225 - it was an early series 2 1958. I made some enquiries and it was last MOT'd 2013. I think , it doesnt need an MOT anymore ? so could still be on the road somwhere. I've made some more enquiries from the Land Rover Series 2 Club to see whether anyone has it.

cheers,

David

Town/City Molesworth

Country Australia

Re: Mr Bennett's Land Rover

Yes it no longer needs an MOT but according to the DVLA website it's taxed up to 1st May 2016, so still road legal!


vehicleenquiry.service.gov.uk

TAX: Tax due: 01 May 2016
MOT: Exempt

Vehicle details:
Vehicle make LAND ROVER
Date of first registration 01 September 1958
Year of manufacture 1958
Cylinder capacity (cc) 2286cc
Fuel type PETROL
Vehicle status Tax not due
Vehicle colour BRONZE

~iw

Re: Mr Bennett's Land Rover

Nice to see it is still up and running. I did go down the road with trying to locate it some years back, but nobody in Land Rover land (clubs and associations) could help. The DVLA were of little help - other than it was originally registered in the Guildford area (which seems about right)

Perhaps another approach to the DVLA might be in order - if only to forward on an enquiry - which hardly compromises anyone's privacy.

best wishes

Simon x

Town/City Forest Row

Country United Kingdom

Re: Mr Bennett's Land Rover

It shows up as insured.