1994 Land Rover
The first-ever build from Pangaea Expeditions. This vehicle started off as a bone stock D90 and evolved into an extreme trail rig with 3-link suspension, lockers and 35″ tires.
1995 Land Rover Discovery
Inspired by the classic Discovery vehicles from the Camel Trophy, this expedition-capable vehicle was built for the most remote journeys.
1997 Land Rover NAS-Spec Defender 110 Conversion
A North American Spec (NAS) Defender 90 was restored and built into a renewable-energy powered, expedition Defender 110.
This diesel-powered Land Rover Defender 130 was built as a support vehicle for extended overland trips. With seemingly unlimited cargo space, roof top tent and worm-drive and Camel Trophy bull bar, this classic Defender was built to do it all.
Land Rover Discovery II
2004 has held up over time as the “ultimate” edition of the Discovery. With a 4.6L V8 from the factory, traction control and center diff lock, this truck was built to be a go-anywhere overland vehicle, but with style and comfort.
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