This is an HTML version of an attachment to the Freedom of Information request 'Land Rover MERLIN reports - vehicle history'.




 
 
 
Policy Secretariat 
 
 
 
Defence Equipment and Support 
 
 
Maple 0a, #2043 
MOD Abbey Wood 
Bristol 
BS34 8JH 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Mr Nick Taylor 
Your Reference:  
 
request-251794-
 
 
xxxxxxxx@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx.xxx 
Our Reference:  
 
FOI2015/01306 
 
Date:  
18th February 2015 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Dear Mr Taylor,  
 
Thank you for your email of 02nd February which I can confirm is considered to be a request for 
information under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) 2000.  You requested information on the 
following vehicles: 
 
4 ex‐MOD Land Rovers with the following ERM and serial numbers: 
 
Full VIN                              

ERM              Year   
Engine No. 
SALLDHAC7BA251784  ‐ 
87KE36 
1985   
11J25772C 
SALLDHAC7BA297900  ‐ 
39KF58 
1987   
12J34442C 
SALLDHAC7BA251981  ‐ 
97KE04 
1985   
21J05068D 
SALLDHAC7BA276666  ‐ 
92KF68 
1986   
12J23088C 
 
I can confirm that the Ministry of Defence holds information relevant to your request.  Please find 
attached copies of the MERLIN prints for the vehicles which provides details of the units/locations 
where the vehicles were based whilst in-service. 
 
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Yours sincerely,  
 
Policy Secretariat 
 
 
 
 
 













































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