Land Rovers

Some articles on land rover, land rovers, rover:

Landie - Abilities - Military Use
... Various Land Rover models have been used in a military capacity, most notably by the British Army and Australian Army ... teams were early users in the late 1950s and early 1960s, and their convoys of Land Rovers and larger military trucks are a sight often seen in the mountain areas ... Originally RAFMRS Land Rovers had blue bodies and bright yellow tops, to be better seen from above ...
Land Rover - Abilities - Military Use
... Various Land Rover models have been used in a military capacity, most notably by the British Army ... users in the late 1950s and early 1960s, and their convoys of Land Rovers and larger military trucks are a sight often seen in the mountain areas of the United Kingdom ... Originally RAFMRS Land Rovers had blue bodies and bright yellow tops, to be better seen from above ...
Land Rover Perentie
... The Land Rover Perentie is a Nickname for the Land Rover 110 produced by JRA Limited for the Australian Army, part manufactured and assembled in Moorebank NSW, Australia during the second half of ... It was based on the Land Rover Defender 110, and introduced in 1987 to replace the ageing fleet of Series 2A and 3 Land Rovers, and as of February 2013 in a ... The Land Rover Perenties were produced in 4 x 4 and 6 x 6 variants and powered by an Isuzu 3.9-litre four-cylinder 4BD1 diesel engine or 4BD1-T turbo (see List of Isuzu engines), it has proven ...
Santana Motor - History
... line and entered into talks with the Rover car company in 1956 in an attempt to get a licensing agreement to build Land Rover Series models in their factory, in a similar way to the ... in 1956 and production began in 1958 it was licensed to build Land Rover models ... The Santana Motor company built Series Land Rovers under license in CKD form (Complete Knocked Down kits) essentially parts were shipped over from the Land Rover factory ...

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