The Camel Trophy ran for 20 years, 18 of them with Land Rover as the exclusive vehicle provider. Across the world, from Brazil to Mongolia, teams faced off in specially-prepared Land Rover Defenders to see who survive over thousands of miles of brutal terrain. The 1991 Camel Trophy event was held in Tanzania and Burundi, and the Defender 110 shown here participated as a communications vehicle — presumably a slightly less demanding role than the actual Trophy vehicles. The SUV comes fully equipped with the gear it left Land Rover Special Vehicles with, including a snorkel for the 2.5-liter turbocharged diesel four, the best roof rack ever put on a truck, plenty of external Hella lighting, and the famous "sandglow" and Camel Trophy livery. The Defender comes with a British Motor Industry Heritage Trust Certificate, photographs from the 1991 event, and its original UK registration.