1998 Land Rover Defender 110 Camel Trophy

The 1998 Camel Trophy event took teams from around the world back to where it all started 18 years earlier — Chile and Argentina. For the first time since 1990, a new Land Rover — the Freelander — would be the vehicle for the event. While the Freelander was capable, each team also had a proven Defender 110, carrying all the gear needed for the trek. The Defender 110 shown here was used by the film unit, documenting the teams through the South American wilderness. The SUV has the popular 2.5-liter turbodiesel, a five-speed manual, and nearly all its original Camel Trophy gear — the Brownchurch Camel Trophy front bumper, roof rack, and the Terratrip 303 Rally Computer. The Defender reached a bid of $70,000 before changing hands privately on Cars and Bids.

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