Our Landy is a 1998 Defender 110 CSW with a 300 TDI engine. She was born in Germany and modified to live in Tanzania for a couple of years, before returning home to the Netherlands. We’re the third owners of the Landy, and just as all the previous owners it’s our pride & joy. The weeks after we bought the Landy, we took it on our first shakedown test to Luxembourg. As soon as we arrived home we started sketching and planning how to rebuild the inside and prepare it for our year-long overland journey. Within weeks we had stripped the rear seats & benched and started building the new interior. Our idea was to have as much room inside to sit and sleep – if necessary – but also enough storage for al our gear and clothes.

The Extra’s

      • Aluminum Hannibal Roofrack
      • Hannibal Rooftop tent
      • Spare wheel carrier fixed to rear door
      • Snorkel
      • Extra household battery for the fridge & electronics
      • Aluminum foldable table that slides into the roofrack
      • Custom made cabinets & bench in the back
      • Custom made awning
      • Steel Wolf Rims
      • Aluminum plating on the bonnet & side wings
      • Steel headlight protectors
      • Salisbury rear axle
      • Underbody protection – diffguards & steering guard
      • Second battery & solar panel & 220 volt connections
Our first rebuild of the inside