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Land Rover Defender 90 Pathfinder LRPV for sale £14,995

One of a small batch of Defender 90s converted for the Ministry of Defence to enable them to be dropped from a Hercules aircraft stacked with another 90 on a special pallet using a parachute. Known as a 'Piggyback', this vehicle then went on to serve with 2nd Battalion Parachute Regiment as part of roughly eight vehicles modified to Pathfinder specification.

Pathfinders were further upgraded by the Pathfinder Platoon to Long Range Patrol Vehicle (LRPV) kit and used in more active roles.

The official MOD photographer Bob Morrison published an article about these cars in June 1995's Land Rover Owner magazine detailing their equipment and duties.

This Pathfinder was registered 61 KJ 48 when serving which is confirmed with records by the MOD and may be the only one remaining as these vehicles had their 

A 2.5 litre, normally aspirated, engine is fitted and a five speed gearbox. There is no windscreen and the Defender has no power steering.

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