|Chassis sequences and production figures.|
|There is some confusion as to the correct 1-Ton Chassis sequences. It seems a number of redundant sequences were penned, but never used. I have however been able to provide what I think is a definative list, with thanks to Gaydon Motor Heritage Museum
229 - 2.6 Home Market RHD 170 built
222 - Export RHD 52 built
223 - Export LHD 64 built
224 - Completely Knocked Down RHD
225 - CKD LHD
Total Produced 286 (CKD figures not known)
231 - 4 Cylinder Petrol 2286cc Home Market RHD 22 built
(22 Built in "Mist White", all thought to be TACR1s.)
266 - 2.6 Home Market RHD 238 built
267 - Export RHD 64 built
268 - Export LHD 148 built
269 - CKD RHD
270 - CKD LHD
Total produced 450 (CKD figures not known)
Overall total is 736 vehicles, a survival rate of about 6% if we take approximately 45 surviving examples. There is some uncertainty as to the CKD vehicles, as some vehicles have turned up in 1-Ton spec, but on Six Cylinder CKD Chassis numbers, such as portugese Fire Engines.
LHD export vehicles are known to have been sent to Belgium, Denmark, Portugal, Switzerland and Holland.
There are other sequences on the listings, but they do not appear to have ever been allocated to any vehicles.
Land rover even made VIN Numbers for 1-tons in the late 1970s, but it is doubtful many, if any, where built as production supposedly ended in 1977. These are as follows
SALLBDAH1AA 2.25 Petrol RHD
SALLBDAH1AF 2.25 Petrol RHD CKD
SALLBDAH2AA 2.25 Petrol LHD
SALLBDAH2AF 2.25 Petrol LHD CKD
SALLBDAP1AA 2.6 Petrol RHD
SALLBDAP1AF 2.6 Petrol RHD CKD
SALLBDAP2AA 2.6 Petrol LHD
SALLBDAP2AF 2.6 Petrol LHD CKD
The One Ton HCPU would have been within the normal chassis sequences, unlike on the 110 where it had a seperate sequence.