In response to the venerable Range Rovers lining the streets of NYC, here is a more spartan cousin from the same family. Even though it was green (and not yellow) I still could not stop thinking about those awesome Camel Trophy rallies of the past. Enjoy
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The Land Rover One Ten (introduced in 1983) is the predecessor to the more commonly known Defender 110. The “Defender” series models were meant to be rock solid little utes that could tackle the toughest of terrains and look exceptionally cool while doing so. These ruggedly handsome Land Rovers have amassed an army of passionate enthusiasts who keep demand and resale value shockingly high. We still have bragging rights though; the first Land Rover design was inspired by the original WWII era Jeep, made right here in the good old US of A.