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Thread: Landrover Dormobiles Down Under.....

  1. #11
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    Thanks for posting the link to picks i was lost too. Have seen them before did not now what they were called, had seen a picture in UK of similar roof on a Rangrover Clasic only had front seats fitted. You could make replica up and fitted to old landy, defender or 110.

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    I don't remember ever seeing them advertised for sale here, and I suspect all of the few in the country are one off imports, mostly by private owners, but perhaps a few by dealers to meet customer requests.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cookiesa View Post
    Thanks, I was thinking it might have been a military variant!
    technically they are, there were dormobiles used by the RAF as command posts IIRC

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    What's the other brand of English landy Camper. I saw one this morning. Wierd!
    Why are people so Unkind?

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    Carawagon?

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    Carwagon and doormobile are a little different.

    I have seen one down here that my old man was looking at buying. Not sure what happened to it.
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    And I thought it was the Carawagon which was the military one. Whereas Dormobile used to do a lot of civilian conversions, such as some Kombi's in the 70's.
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    In fact I believe that the doormobile used the same kitchen bits as the kombis (or so I was lead to believe)
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    I saw one on ebay a few months back. Was a light blue colour S2a starting price about $2000 in Sth Aust. I think it was a private import from memory. Not sure if it sold.

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