80″ is not the displacement but the wheelbase of this early Land Rover. The model year 1952 was the first to have a two liters inline-four engine, differently from the cars between 1948 and 1951 which had a 1.6L unit. 1952 is also the first year in which these cars changed their classification from “commercial” to “multi-purpose” vehicle. This particular car looks very good; it seems recently restored, however the seller says thet it is an excellent “preserved” car.
The ultra-spartan interiors look good too. For sure, there aren’t many accessories to fix. What we can see through the photos is nice.
Maybe the engine bay only would need some more detailing, but you should do it only if you’re going to show it to your golf club friends. Find it for sale at €14,500 (today $18,500) here in Tenerife, Canary Islands.