Overland Classifieds :: 1994 Land Rover Defender 110 w/Globe Camper

Land Rover fans, get ready to drool over this left-hand-drive 1994 Land Rover Defender 110 outfitted with a Globe Camper. This build comes with the fixings, including the original chassis, engine, running gear, Old Man Emu suspension system, and a long-range auxiliary fuel tank. The vehicle is currently located in the UK, and the owner is willing to export it overseas.

globe camper

From the Seller:

“Fully prepared for off-grid world travel. The Globe Camper is built for rugged tracks, it won’t rattle apart on washboard roads, it’s well insulated for cold weather, and cool in the heat.”

1994 Land Rover Defender 110 with Globe Camper

This Defender has a 300Tdi engine and 5-speed transmission. One of the most unique features of the build is the Globe Camper, which is a French-built 4×4-ready camper that fits on the top of a flatbed. Touches like a toilet, sink unit with hot and cold water, shower, sofa, dining table, and ample storage space offer the comforts of home.

globe camper exterior

Distinguishing Features

  • Rear-view camera
  • Auxiliary stainless steel fuel tank, 100 liters
  • Two Victron Gel batteries
  • Victron solar controller
  • Victron 800-watt inverter
  • Victron shore power
  • Solar, 400 watts
  • BFGoodrich tires
  • MaxXtrac Mach 5 aluminum wheels

globe camper interior

globe camper interior

This 1994 Land Rover Defender 110 is listed for $88,000 USD and is currently located in the United Kingdom. Check the full vehicle specifications via the original Expedition Portal forum post here.

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