The vehicle was dispatched from Solihull in October 1950 to New South Wales distributor Grenville Motors and assembled by them. The vehicle was sold through Friar Brothers of Grafton to a farm in the Upper Hunter Valley region in February 1951. The vehicle still retains its original engine (verified from the original sales record) and drive train along with all its original date stamped parts. She was discovered 10 years ago in stunning original condition including the original optional rear power take off drive, but in need of a full mechanical restoration. The vehicle was acquired and exported then given a full mechanical restoration. The vehicle without doubt is one of the most original early Land Rovers available.