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The Volkswagen Kombi van reached iconic status, with even a school lunch box fashioned in its image. During those early years, the Volkswagen Microbus morphed into various forms. From a cargo carrier with no windows behind the driver's seat to a windowed passenger van with three rows of seats, the possibilities seemed endless.
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1993 Land Rover Defender 110 6X6 - Special Utility Truck built by Land Rover Group - 2.5L 4-Cylinder Turbo Diesel - 5 Speed Manual Transmission - Bench Seats and Roll Bar - Imported From The UK (Please note: If you happen to be viewing this 1993 Land Rover Defender 110 6x6 on a site other than GarageKeptMotors.com, its possible that youve only seen some of our many photographs of this vehicle due to third-party website limitations. To be sure you access all the more than 170 high-definition photographs, including a short startup-and-walk-around video, please go to our main website: GarageKeptMotors.) Land Rover 6 6 trucks are some of the meanest looking automobiles ever envisioned. ClassicOverland.com, October 2019 The authoritative website, ClassicOverland, continued: The 6 6 originates from the late 1980s. Firstly, it was developed as a specialist vehicle to meet the requirements of the Australian Army. Furthermore, the 6 6 was designed to carry high payloads over long distances of unforgiving terrain and weather conditions. The vehicle was a massive hit. Not long after, the heavy-duty truck was made available to civilians and other militaries around the world. Land Rover designed them to laugh in the face of the roughest terrain and dominate the trickiest overlanding trails. Besides the second take of stares everyone gives when seeing this monster truck in action, there are a few advantages for driving on 6 wheels: First, 6 wheels provide better grip over all-terrain. Secondly, they also increase the vehicles load capacity. Thirdly, they offer better weight distribution for a safer trip. Offered here is one of these rare Land Rover Defender 110 6x6 vehicles, built specifically by Land Rover for Reynolds-Boughton of Amersham, England, which was a farm supplier. The right-hand-drive trucks odometer shows 85,000 miles and it has only recently been imported from England. The proven-rugged 2.5-liter, inline-four, turbo-diesel engine delivers power to all six wheels via a 5-speed manual transmission. Specifically, the vehicle has a permanent 4-wheel drive on the first 2 axles. The third axle is driven via the pass-through in the second axle, engaged via a clutch when the central differential is locked. The rest of the drive-line is stock. The exterior of this Defender is painted in a metallic gunmetal gray, while the two-row, four-door cabs roof is gloss black as is the front grille. Atop the Defenders characteristic flat front fenders, adjacent to the engine bay, a non-slip textured surface ensures safe footing should servicing be necessary during inclement weather. The same textured material trims the bottom portion of the body and the rear of the truck. All fenders feature gloss-black flared extensions. A snorkel air intake allows for deep-water fording. A specially engineered, extremely strong roll cage has been added to the cargo box to protect four jump-seat passenger positions located there. That rear seating area is accessed by way of a swing-out rear tailgate. Mirrors, door handles, and all six wheels are rendered in black; there is no chrome. Front-axle wheels are mounted with General Grabber TR tires; the rear two axles feature Continental all-terrain tires (235-85-16) while the cargo-box-positioned spare is a BFGoodrich T/A all-terrain tire. Inside, the Defender sports the models standard dashboard and gauge cluster oriented for right-hand drive. Upholstery for the two front bucket seats and the second-row bench is a medium-gray-and-black, textured fabric in excellent condition. The cabin has a full fabric headliner. Factory rubber floor coverings are in place throughout the cabin. Under the hood, the diesel engine and all related components (including the Garrett turbocharger) are in place in a clean and tidy compartment. The data plates for the truck are present and properly located. Viewed from beneath, the trucks chassis is undamaged, with metal surfaces treated with r
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