1967 LAND ROVER “109” SERIES II-A SAFARI ROOF STAION WAGON #34300249A. (Stock #3377.) The Series II A of the 1960’s is considered by many enthusiasts to be the most hardy Land Rover ever built. It was certainly the one which best caught the publics’ eye as examples appeared in many movies and television documentaries and series. In fact, our Series II-A was the one which may be recognized as the one driven on safari in Tanzania with Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman in the Warner Bros. film “The Bucket List.” It was also the personal vehicle of “McDreamey” in ABC’s “Grey’s Anatomy” series. It is an amazingly solid vehicle which, prior to its Hollywood career when owned by Premier Studios, had a long-time owner from Grand Junction, Colorado. When he moved to Wilderville, Oregon he took the Land Rover with him. When, in 2002 he moved to Moab, Utah , the Land Rover of course again moved with him. In 2005, the car was sold to Premier Studios in San Fernando, California. All of these are road salt-free states, explaining the superb rust-free condition of this very neat vehicle’s chassis and undercarriage. It is powered by a rebuilt military 6-cylinder engine and is fitted with a 4-speed manual transmission with the most desirable “Roverdrive” transmission also referred to as “Rocky Mountain overdrive” since it need not leave overdrive to be shifted up and down on steep mountain roads. The optional windowed “Safari roof” complements the spare tire’s location on the hood to give this vehicle a great look to match its personality. Originally finished in Land Rover Blue, it was repainted in a tan matt finish for its appearance in “the Bucket List.” The Rover is accompanied by a thick file of service records and documentation of its movie career. It drives fabulously well and is ready to travel almost anywhere under almost any conditions. 95,782 miles. $24,000.