Growing up in then Rhodesia my dad always had an old landy and driving around the farm with the doors off, going hunting and fishing in the Zambezi with the landy. Everyone had a landy those days and I always promised myself I would own an old series landy one day.
The first landy I have owned is a 1969 series 2A 88″
This is the first but not the last
NGIRI Swahili for Warthog hence the warthog teeth.
Tearing through the bush on the back of a pickup at night with a spotlight chasing springhares but any moment with a landy is memorable, lying under the landy covered in oil and grease is memorable.
No extra accessory’s needed. A spade, a block of wood for the jack and an axe is all thats needed to get out of trouble. Have a small vice bolted to the front bumper helps with field repairs.
It’s a landy they all have a mind of their own and their own character.