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Take me to the TARDIS

Land Rover Defender with a difference offered for sale – you won’t believe what is inside

 

Advertised complete with an image of a television screen featuring a BBC Two programme titled One Man and His Camper, a 2014 Land Rover Defender 110 2.2-litre diesel that looks perfectly regular on the outside is being offered for sale for £47,750.

 

Take me to the TARDIS – Apart from having an ADVENTURER badge on the outside the Land Rover offered looks perfectly conventional

 

Inside, however, this is a Land rover that isn’t suitable for muddy dogs and gumboots. Instead, whoever buys this ADVENTURER – that the seller describes as a “day camper” – gets a true TARDIS of a machine. It has not only a fridge, a gas hob and a kitchen sink with running cold water but also a Nespresso coffee maker, a Samsung Smart LED television with Freeview television and 240V power points.

 

Perfect for those attending sporting events or as something to take to Glastonbury, this blinged-up machine also features a Webasto electric sunroof with tilt and slide functions and has underfloor storage and leather upholstered seating areas.

 

The driver’s compartment is what you’d expect to find in any Land Rover
But the rear section has more of the feel of a nightclub to it
There are plugs for computers and telephones
A sunroof can fully open to provide a lookout point
The vehicle is advertised complete with an image of a television programme titled ‘One Man and His Camper’

 

The Land Rover is for sale through the specialist 4×4 dealership James French in Witney, Oxfordshire.

 

 

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    • What a cool adaption. I could see Cara Delevingne or Kate Moss in this at Glastonbury. Perfect to park next to any yurt.

      • A wet and muddy Border collie, a few sheep, and bale of or two of hay is the best modification for this. Anyway it's a long wheel base so it's overweight, and junk. My old '88 Fiat Panda 4x4 was the only real go anywhere vehicle and it loved to float over mud.

    • £47k or not,it will still breakdown every few hundred miles and fall apart like every other Defender. Heap of junk.

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