One of two 88″ versions used in Sony Pictures latest movie ‘Peter Rabbit’ is set to go under the hammer with H&H Classics auctions.
A Land Rover that featured in the new Peter Rabbit film is up for auction later this month, it could be yours for £10,000!
The 1969 Series II model was one of two models that appeared in the film, which is released in UK cinemas on March 16. The car is finished in iconic Pastel Green with refurbished tan seats.
The Series II features the 2.25-litre petrol engine and is one of the later production Series IIA models with the headlights moved to the wings and shallower sill panels.
This iconic vehicle which was owned by Action 99 Cars was used for filming location shots in the Lake District. During its time on set it had false number plates. It is described as being in “excellent condition” with a fresh MOT and is estimated to fetch between £10,000 and £15,000. Bidding will start at £5,000.
The vehicle is being auctioned off by H&H Classics on March 21 at an auction at the Imperial War Museum, Duxford, Cambridgeshire.
You can catch a glimpse of this Land Rover if you go and see Peter Rabbit in cinemas from this Friday!