Despite the obscene amount of time we spend on eBay cruising the Land Rover listings, it has been a while since we've shared an eBay find. There seems to have been a number of unusually nice Series vehicles showing up for sale lately. However, few, if any, are as nice as the one shown here. If you're looking for an early Series III hunting camper, you will be hard pressed to do better.
You may have read our previous Land Rover Wish List and the following update. Fortunately, many of our wishes have come true over the past several months — or are destined to come true in the foreseeable future. So, we're here with another installment of our Land Rover Wish List with five new entries that range from the reconciliation of the DC100 with its history to the return of Land Rover to competitive expedition-style events.
Range Rover and Land Rover vehicles provide an endless source on inspiration for high-end tuners and aftermarket automotive stylists. Some of the names may sound familiar and include the likes of Project Kahn, ONYX, and Overfinch. One of their peers, UK-based Merdad Collection, has released tuning illustrations of a new styling project called the Mer-Nazz, which is based on the all-new 2012 Range Rover Evoque.
The 2012 Range Rover Sport has received a number of interior improvements. As such, all trims other than the Range Rover Sport Supercharged saw a $400.00 price increase over the 2011 model year. The Supercharged saw its price increase by $700.00.
Our stance on the DC100 concepts has been rather neutral. This is mostly due to the fact that we are not sure we would have pegged the DC100 as a Defender replacement by appearance alone. The bottom line is that we have been quick to point out the criticism the concept has faced, but have talked little about why the DC100 makes sense for Land Rover, until now.