2013 Land Rover Defender

Land Rover Defender 130 Rapid Deployment Vehicle


  • Year of manufacture 
  • Mileage 
    16 km / 10 mi
  • Car type 
  • Armoured
  • Drive 
  • Condition 
    Original Condition
  • Interior colour 
  • Number of doors 
  • Number of seats 
  • Location
  • Exterior colour 
  • Gearbox 
  • Performance 
    122 PS / 90 kW / 121 BHP
  • Drivetrain 
  • Fuel type 


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Since 1996, the military variants of the Defender (Land Rover designation: Defender XD – Extra Duty) have been used under the name Wolf (English pronunciation – not to be confused with the Wolf of the Bundeswehr). These are specially revised variants of the Defender TDi. At least 27 equipment variants are known from various contracts.
Essentially, these are modified compared to the civilian version:

2,2 Td4 engine
Subframe under the load floor for increased loads
Quick-change radiator for “battlefield conditions
6.5×16-inch heavy-duty wheels for tubeless tyres
Military front bumper with muzzle coupling
Lamp guard grille
Air intake with quick-change filters and automatic switch to the side not in the water
internal roll cage
improved rigid axles (based on Range Rover P38a)
reading light on the dashboard
military lighting (camouflage light switch)
the bonnet can be opened from the outside
various holders on the bonnet for spades, camouflage net tray etc.
Folding windscreen
Hinged doors with folding handles
Fuel tank storage compartments with angular plastic flaps on both sides of the vehicle
Heavy-duty chassis
12-volt electrical system (partly with a second 24-volt alternator for the radio system)
additional rear lights (see also camouflage lights)
for the soft-top variant: tarpaulin made of plastic
for the hardtop version: enlarged hardtop made of plastic
GoodYear G90 tyres
Spare tyre holder on the side
improved towing eyes on the frame front and rear (for helicopter loading)
front underride protection plate
jump start socket in the driver’s footwell (24 V = tank-, truck-compatible)
Power steering (not available in the standard Army Defender)
partly “snorkels” are installed
Control light cover flap for better night camouflage through darkening
Additional equipment such as gun racks, radio equipment, fire extinguishers, etc.
no tarpaulin, no roof
low roll bar, front with integrated cable cutter
raised passenger seat (commander)
MG mount outside, passenger side
no doors mounted, instead only locking plates, alternatively a tarpaulin
instead of the rear door/flap a large storage box for e.g. ammunition
dismantled windscreen
360 degree rotatable MG mount on the cargo bed
Protective seat on the loading area
Plastic radiator grille replaced by a sheet metal one
Power steering
Airlockable front and rear differential
Heavy shock absorbers
Skid plates in front, middle and back of the vehicle
Skid plates on the differentials
All seats have a 5 point seat belt system
Pullpit for the .50 caliber on the top of the vehicle, with ringmount for a 360 degrees firing angle.
Several machine gun mounts.
Rifle mounts
Pressure suitcase to store items in, sensible for airpressure, while it is hanging under a Chinook Helicopter.
Offroad jack and pioneer tools
2 sparewheels
Rear seats can be moved with a quick release system and can be put on the vehicle in differen set ups.
High and low ratio gearing
2nd fuel tank which can be switched to with a switch within seconds in case your other fueltank gets perforated.
Military lights specs which also shuts off brake lights, horn and indicators, so no chance you can make a fatal mistake while you try to sneak out when it is pitch dark.
Wire cutter above the windshield, handy when you drive at full speed thru the barbwire
Foldable front windows
Tow hook
Antenna mounts
Stowage racks
Lifting hooks for helicopters on all 4 corners
Luggage rack on the back for your supplies.
In 2013, the Portuguese army ordered 13 of the long version 130 as a Rapid Deployment Vehicle. This vehicle is number 13. It has never been used and has never been deployed.
It has a Portuguese road registration and an incredible 16 kilometres on the speedometer. !!! 16 kilometres !!!
This Land Rover is NOS (New Old Stock).
It has Portuguese papers and is well equipped.
The ultimate expedition or hunting vehicle, or even better paint it, put surfboards on it and go to the beaches you can’t reach otherwise.