Klipspringer Klipspringer is the ultimate Bugout Vehicle. This 1988 Right-Hand Drive Defender 110 300 TDI Pickup was designed for pushing the limits. Klipspringer is Afrikaans for “Rock Jumper” and refers to a nimble Antelope that can easily traverse the most difficult terrain. 5 Speed Manual Repowered Land Rover 300 TDI Diesel Defender 110 Station Wagon DETAILS GALLERY CONTACT
Rover Defender 110



  • Truck: Land Rover Defender 110 Station Wagon
  • Color: Ostrich Grey
  • Style: Overland
  • Steering: Right Hand Drive
  • Engine: Repowered Land Rover 300 TDI Diesel


  • Color: Ostrich Grey
  • Bezel: KBX-Ostrich Grey
  • Bumper: Land Rover Standard w/ LED Running Lights – Matte Black
  • Bonnet: Land Rover Standard
  • Air Intakes: KBX
  • Head Lights: Halogen
  • Signal Lights: LED Clear
  • Wheels: Land Rover 5 Spoke Alloy 16”
  • Tires: Cooper A/T
  • Sound Proofing: Dynamat
  • Step Bars: Traditional Land Rover Step
  • Rear Bumper: NAS Spec w/ 2” Receiver
  • Overlanding Accessories:
    • Frontrunner Slim Line Roof Rack
    • Frontrunner Rooftop Tent
    • LED Lightbar
    • Hi-Lift Jack
    • Spade
    • Axe
    • Dual Jerry Cans
    • Bottle Opener
    • Work Lights


  • Seat Material: Heavy Duty Rip-Stop Canvas
  • Interior Color: Bolders Beach Grey
  • Center Console: Standard Cubby w/ Dual Cup Holders and Dual USB ports
  • Seat Configuration: 2F – 3M – 4R
  • Dash: Land Rover Standard
  • Gauge Cluster: VDO
  • Entertainment: Kenwood/Garmin 7” LCD w/ Reverse Camera
  • Speakers: JBL-6 Way w/ Sub-woofer
  • Flooring: Weather Stop Rubber w/ Land Rover Floor Mats
  • Roof: Land Rover Standard Cloth
  • Windows: Manual Tinted w/ Rear Gullwing
  • HVAC: Under Dash A/C Standard Heat
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This antelope’s name is Afrikaans for "rock jumper" and the animal certainly lives up to this description, leaping around among cliffs and rocky outcrops like a mountain goat. Now imagine your Rover Defender 110 having the same nickname? Pretty epic. A typical view will be of one individual standing stock-still on top of a rock. Look closer and you will invariably spot its mate nearby. A Klipspringer’s hooves are cylindrical and downward-pointing, giving it a tiptoe walk and provide an amazing sure-footed agility on the rocks.

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  • Land Rover Defender 110
  • Rover Defender 110 front
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  • Rover Defender 110 wheel rims
  • Rover Defender 110 rear
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