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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 – 2014 Land Rover Defender 110 2.2-litre diesel ADVENTURER – James French – £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.

 

Take me to the TARDIS – 2014 Land Rover Defender 110 2.2-litre diesel ADVENTURER – James French – £47,750
The driver’s compartment is what you’d expect to find in any Land Rover
Take me to the TARDIS – 2014 Land Rover Defender 110 2.2-litre diesel ADVENTURER – James French – £47,750
But the rear section has more of the feel of a nightclub to it
Take me to the TARDIS – 2014 Land Rover Defender 110 2.2-litre diesel ADVENTURER – James French – £47,750
There are plugs for computers and telephones
Take me to the TARDIS – 2014 Land Rover Defender 110 2.2-litre diesel ADVENTURER – James French – £47,750
A sunroof can fully open to provide a lookout point
Take me to the TARDIS – 2014 Land Rover Defender 110 2.2-litre diesel ADVENTURER – James French – £47,750
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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Comments

5 comments on “Take me to the TARDIS”

    1. 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 4×4 was the only real go anywhere vehicle and it loved to float over mud.

  1. £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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