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Landy Santana – Carrer de Badajoz: Barcelona,Spain

December 28th, 2012 by Emir

Old Landys are cool no matter where you live, what the local market calls them or where the country of assembly is situated. Santana is a Spanish car manufacturer that’s been building and modifying local market Land Rovers since the late 50s in CKD form (Complete Knocked Down kits). That’s a fancy way of saying that Landy parts were shipped over from the factory in Solihull, assembled at the Santana factory in Spain and sold through local dealer networks at less-than-Landy-prices. And despite the low rent affiliations that typically accompany kit cars, Santana models often ended up being superior to the Land Rover equivalents in both quality and reliability. Go figure.

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