OG Land Rover, the very first model launched by Jaguar Land Rover Automotive PLC, was missing since decades, has been seemingly discovered. The team of restoration specialists at Land Rover stated that it had been hanging out somewhere in a garden near the roadway from the Solihull’s headquarter of the company in the United Kingdom.
The vehicle has been discovered this year after siting for a long life in the piles of dirt, which is now expected to be restored as pretty as it was.
Jaguar Land Rover is celebrating 2018 as its 70th anniversary and has announced to honor the event with the restoration, which the Director of Jaguar Land Rover Classic, Mr. Tim Hannig has explained as ‘sympathetic restoration’ of the vehicle.
Land Rover Classic Works is one of finest shops currently listed among the automotive industry, which painstakingly reinstates all the manners of older Rovers to their real specifications.
The company stated while describing about the recovery of the truck-let in a press release that, “The demonstration vehicle from the Amsterdam show was last on the road in the 1960s, after which it spent 20 years in a Welsh field before being bought as a restoration project; it then lay languishing unfinished in a garden.”
“Following its surprise discovery just a few miles outside of Solihull, UK – where the car was first built – the experts at Jaguar Land Rover Classic Works spent months researching in company archives to unravel its ownership history and confirm its provenance.” the company added.