A successor to the infamous Series IIA Pink Panthers, WMIKs have seen service around the globe and this example is understood to be the first to be released intact from the military.
Obviously, the machine guns have been removed, but if you happen to have a deactivated Milan missile launcher and GPMG kicking around, you could fit that for the authentic look.
The WMIKs were converted by Ricardo Vehicle Engineering from 1999 and use a 300Tdi engine and R380 gearbox.
With a guide price from around £25,000, it’s right at the top of the 300Tdi market, but genuine WMIKs are rare old beasts. And given the enduring desirability of Pink Panthers, it could prove to be a worthwhile investment too.