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Thread: Ideas for your Expedition Defender

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    Thumbs up Ideas for your Expedition Defender

    Doing research about ideas and products for converting the "Out of the Box" Defender into an expedition vehicle I managed to collect some information or sites in the web that I would like to share with you all.
    Perhaps would be a good idea if all of us start adding sites, photos or our own project so we all benefit for the pool of knowledge in the forum.

    So here is my contribution

    First even if we all know him we have to start with Danie's SITE AKA Mulgo

    Ex-Tec a German site with excellent info and manufacturers of high quality products. SITE

    Safari Centre, another european site with heaps of info, photos and products.
    SITE

    Carmaeleon the german site is HERE

    Custom Campers the site is HERE

    Exmoor Trim great seats for the defe and replacement covers SITE

    Post your contributions and your project links

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    I forgot TeriAnn's page with her 1960 LR Dormobile. It is a fantastic reading and lots of info.
    Great place for those with a series landy looking to convert it to an expedition vehicle.
    Her site is HERE

    Keep posting

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    East Coast Rover link HERE
    A very good page about a tdi300 camper conversion

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    My (work in progress) version of a 130 expedition vehicle!

    I am in the process (stating the bleeding obvious) of building my 130 based pop top (not attached) camper that I hope will take the boss and I RTW starting in South America next year.
    The camper shell is made of fibreglass skinned balsa and the internal cupboards etc from fibreglass foam core composite materials. All nice and light but labour intensive to work with.
    Is anyone doing anything similar?
    I have attached a pic.
    If any interest out there can try to provide more info.
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    That looks very good Robdav, keep as post with the progress on it
    The idea of trip to South America is very cool

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    Talking about South America ... or the world for that matter ... have a look at these people (on topic):

    TSONGOLOLO

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    Very interesting page slt, thank you I bookmarked it
    Are they members of this forum?
    Cheers

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    few

    here is a few

    VentureOverland - Specialist 4x4 Overland & Expedition Solutions - Home jon is on this forum.

    http://www.trekoverland.com


    Dolium Pty Ltd is distributed through oppositelock. they have the windcheetah brand of roofracks. 2.8m alloy, sliding lock system, weighing in at 40kg

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    Hi there

    What about the availability of slide on campers for the 130"s - any one have any pictures...

    Wayne

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