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Sculling silently in my skiff, sneaking up on the ducks, looking out for the mink and terrapin, ducking the heron as it glides into land, or even Shackletoning through a snowstorm (which looks weird from low down on a river)
when my brother was at leeds festival He had a unimog next to him. the peope didn't pitch a tent on the ground, they put a caravan on the back of their "car" as it was a steep slope they used the hydrolic rams to make it level. they also gave him a hand getting his car out of the mud
The good old LPC Mk1, this will get you everywhere you want to go, made by people, for other people(Leather Personnel Carriers!- boots!)
Personaly, I use a Landy to get me to places, then I park up and use my LPC to get me to the places the tourists don't even know exist.
Engine V46 V12 diesel
Engine power 840 BHP
Length 9240 mm
Width 3600 mm
Height 2370 mm
Weight Combat 44500kg
Gun 1 x125mm, 1 x 7.62mm MG 1 x 12.7mm MG
Max speed 80km/hour (road)
It's camoflaged too... just right for deer-stalking :rolmao:
Plus I expect it'd have little trouble with the kill :rolmao:
Seriously though, I'll be buying a Defender very shortly... can't wait!
In a real contest of the ultimate off road vehicle, you couldn't beat a Hagglund BV206. It puts less than half the pressure on the ground than a man, so it goes happily over soft snow. It is fully amphibious and can cross bodies of water as wide as the petrol tank will give it range to. It can climb a 60 degree incline, 60 degree as in more than 45! It can carry over four tons of load while doing all this or seat 20 odd people.
My future car. :super: