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Diesel Land Rover Dormobile
Nick Beggarly purchased this 1963 Land Rover Dormobile in Canada then resold it in the United States a couple years later. The interior included reupholstered Dormatic seats and the top bunks but the rear furniture is missing. The drive train is a 90 hp Toyota Land Cruiser diesel, Milner adaptor to Series III gearbox, transfer case with Ashcroft high ratio gear kit going to a Salisbury rear diff.


Land Rover Dormobile camped
Bill Shea's land Rover Dormobile

Barbara Toy's Land Rover Dormobile
Barbara Toy picked this 1960 Land Rover Dormobile up directly from Martin Walter and traveled throughout North Africa in it.


The Land Rover Dormobile not taken:

Gray Land Rover Dormobile

When John Hess was looking to purchase his Land Rover Dormobile he  had to make a choice between two RHD  Dormobiles imported from the UK.  "Elvis" and this light gray Dormobile.  He went back and fourth between the two carefully examining detail pictures of both, sending me all the jpegs and asking my opinion of this and that.  Finally he chose "Elvis" because he was told that "Elvis" had a newer replacement frame.  This jpeg is the only picture I kept of the Dormobile not taken.   And yes, gray is an official Land Rover colour.  As I recall there were two shades of gray available on the price list over time.

Land Rover Dormobile in flowers
TC Chioffi's Dormobile, "Basil", a sweet looking Land Rover Dormobile with year of manufacture license plates.


1962 Land Rover Dormobile in Canada
ABOVE AND BELOW: This near mint 1962 Land Rover Dormobile is owned by Victor & Marg Gerwin of British Columbia Canada.
It was purchased new by a Calgary physcian for an African Safari. After the safari it was shiped to Canda and sold in 1964 to the Gerwin
family who have used it for local camping trips ever since. The paint was resprayed once and is in otherwise in almost like new origional condition
 Note the air defelctors on the rear side..  These are to keep dust from building up on the rear window.

1962 Land Rover Dormobile  going down a trail


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