2010 Land Rover Defender
Diesel (LWB) RWMIK+ In Service Date:
20/10/2010. 2,620 kilometres unwarranted.
Land Rover Defender Wolf was a long-time favourite vehicle for use in theatre or
on domestic duties, as far as Her Majesty's Ministry of Defence Buyer were
concerned. After a major re-fleeting of Land Rovers in the late '90s, different
variants came to the fore in the attempt to accommodate war zones in unique
global situations and the expanding types of warfare that the military were
beginning to be faced with.
situations called for a vehicle that would undertake reconnaissance or be the
support for artillery platforms that needed to get close to enemy
positions. The Wolf was considered to be agile and yet tough enough to fill
this role, so the design needed to protect the soldiers would need to carry out
this role. WMIK (Weapons Mounted Installation Kit) was to be one of the variants
that would develop for this function and Land Rover hooked up with Ricardo
Vehicle Engineering to produce them, with the RWMIK+ being a version of
which is before you here – the R purportedly stands for
original vehicle in service would have supported up to two machine guns of
varying capabilities, as can be indicated from the remaining infrastructure, but
we cannot be sure what was originally fitted to this particular model. What you
have here, though, is an eye catching example of some of the most recent
vehicles from the British Army. The condition report is well worth a
are several conditions we ask buyers to meet, when purchasing items from HM
Ministry of Defence. Passport ID is
required for MOD approval before collection. For clients wishing to export -
Export Licence required. VAT at 20% will be added to the sale price of this lot.
A Buyers Premium will be charged at 12% plus VAT on the sale price
and added to your invoice.
remind buyers that this lot is subject to an EAR/ASSC rating, the details of
which will be provided to the purchaser and will be subject to the
purchaser’s approval to accept, due to export controls.
vehicle will be available for collection from our Brightwells Site at Stoney
Street, Madley, Herefordshire HR2 9NH
from Ministry of Defence Government Disposals Contract
For more information - contact Matthew Parkin 07813 936698