Ex-Raf One Ten - £3250
Old-school overlander, simply but ruggedly equipped. Ply-lined interior, heavy duty springs, roof rack, snorkel, and a weather-beaten paint finish courtesy of adventures the length of Africa.
Pop-top Defender 130 Hi-Cap - £25,000 ovno
Described as ‘the ultimate overland camper’. Mods aplenty and looks hard as nails, despite the relative luxury afforded by the pop-top and cargo-swallowing 130 wheelbase. Begging for a life on the road.
1983 Series III 109 hard top - £9000 ovno
Timeless classic looks, with the (relatively) modern power of a 200Tdi to dispatch those continental motorway miles. Large rooftent will provide a magic place to sleep, and interior goodies include… a 27-inch TV!
2000 Defender 110 hard top - £11,495
Elabourate and intriguing interior conversion in this 110 hard top, which looks like it'll offer efficient, compact accommodation. Minimalist exterior means you can use it as a low-key runabout, but red paint jobs always look the bees knees in holiday snaps :)
1974 Series III Carawagon - £8995
One for the collectors. Lovely retro camper and veteran explorer wagon, and one that looks like it's been cared for. Be sure to pack your cine camera, and dig out the snakes and ladders.
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