Land Rover enthusiasts, you are in for a treat. Hot Wheels Collectors has introduced a 1/64 scale model of the beloved Land Rover Defender 90. Now, it’s worth noting that this version comes in a pickup form, which might not be everyone’s cup of tea, but it’s still a treat for Land Rover fans.
We said we never thought we’d review LEGO sets and we did, and then now we are doing it again because like the LEGO Star Wars Executor Super Star Destroyer (75356) we reviewed two months ago, the LEGO Land Rover Classic Defender (40650) is also a significant set because it is freaking Land Rover Series …
If you find that you cannot keep juniors’ hands off your very expensive LEGO Icons Classic Land Rover Defender 90 (10317), well then, perhaps you should consider getting juniors their very own. But probably not the 240 dollars set. Instead, you would probably want to pick up the LEGO Land Rover Classic Defender (40650). That’s …
Land Rover is celebrating its 75th anniversary this year with the LEGO Icons Classic Land Rover Defender 90 set. Based on the original 1983 model, the LEGO Icons Classic Land Rover Defender 90 (10317) is a faithful brick-built replica packing a cool 2,336 pieces.
If you have not heard, Bowler Motors, the automotive company behind Bowler CSP Rapid Intervention Vehicle Concept and the James Bond Spectre’s Land Rover Defender 110, became part of Jaguar Land Rover’s Special Vehicle Operations division in 2019. Anyhoo, this beautiful Defender you see here is the brand’s latest work of art.
It’s OK that you can’t make it to the U.K. for the Bond exhibition because you can still drive away an expensive No Time To Die memorabilia: the Land Rover Defender V8 Bond Edition.
If you are a super fan of Land Rover, then this is the one collectible you should not miss. What you see here is a re-creation of the Matchbox toy from 1966 of the Land Rover Gen II.
LEGO and Land Rover seems like a match made in LEGO heaven, but yet, we have see just one official product and just one noteworthy MOC. Among the two, only one is actually based on the iconic Defender 110. And even then, not one pays homage to Land Rover Camel Trophy Defender (which usually was …
E.C.D. Automotive Design, the maestro of custom and restored Land Rovers and Defenders, is not the name associated with electric vehicles. But here it is, an E.C.D. Automotive Design electric Range Rover Classic. And it is not just any Range Rover Classic.
Reminiscent of the Camel Trophy Land Rovers, this modernized Series IIA by E.C.D. Automotive Design is presented in a beautiful Mercedes Desert Sand with a Santorini Black roof.