Wednesday, September 22, 2021

A Defender Desk

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As more and more people work from home, how about an unusual desk? Jaguar Land Rover have made one out of a Defender and it’ll set you back a pretty penny

Whilst unsurprisingly nobody showed enough interest in working from a crappy Noel Edmonds designed ‘mobile office’ Range Rover for it to reach its lower reserve at auction last month, another automotive workspace is headed to auction early next month.

 

Handmade by Jaguar Land Rover and presented in the 2020 Defender’s launch colour, Pangea green, the desk to be sold features genuine parts and has European power and USB sockets integrated into it. In addition, there are functional front and rear lights and also included is a fully adjustable, trimmed leather chair.

 

Given so many are now working from home, here is a desk that will certainly get its purchaser noticed as they partake in Zoom calls with colleagues. The price? It’s certainly punchy and Bonhams will attempt to sell the 2020 Defender desk and chair at the Bicester Heritage sale on the 11th December.

 

An estimate of £5,000 to £10,000 ($6,700 to $13,300, €5,600 to €11,100 or درهم24,500 to درهم48,900) and proceeds from the auction of the item will benefit the StarterMotor and NSPCC Boole House charities.

 

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A Defender Desk – Jaguar Land Rover Defender desk for £10,000 – As more and more people work from home, how about an unusual desk? Jaguar Land Rover have made one out of a Defender and it’ll set you back a pretty penny – An estimate of £5,000 to £10,000 ($6,700 to $13,300, €5,600 to €11,100 or درهم24,500 to درهم48,900) by Bonhams and proceeds from the auction of the item at Bicester Heritage on 11th December 2020 will benefit the StarterMotor and NSPCC Boole House charities.
The desk may cost as much as a secondhand 4×4, but it does come with an accompanying chair.

Matthew Steeples
A graduate of the London School of Economics, Matthew Steeples is a writer and marketing consultant. He conceived The Steeple Times as a media arena to fill the void between the Mail Online, The Huffington Post and such organs as the New York Social Diary in 2012.

3 COMMENTS

  1. Don’t send this piece of junk Down Under!!!!!!!!!! Wrecking ball required!!!!!!!!!!! Hideous!!!!!!!!! Stupid!!!!!!!!!! Overpriced!!!!!!!!

  2. I rather like it – especially given Rod doesn’t. I might even make a bid as my wife would prefer me buying this to yet another real car in the garage.

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