My father, Tim Roscoe, was a Christmas tree farmer in the UK, so since the early 1980's we've had at least one Land Rover in the family at any time as an essential tool to get about the farm. This 1997 Land Rover Defender 110 is the 15th Land Rover in the family. To me, Land Rovers, and particularly Defenders, embody the spirit of adventure, they are a robust sculpture of a pioneer, hewn from alloy and steel. We are currently located in Queensland, Australia, which abounds with beautiful places to explore and camp, so we have kitted this vehicle out with heavy duty Old Man Emu suspension, a 2.7m long alloy Rhino Rack Pioneer Platform, a Feldon Shelter Crow's Nest Extended roof tent, dual battery system and an 80 litre Engel fridge. I also want to mention that the emissions from this vehicle are offset through greenfleet.com.au, because there is not a viable long-range sustainable fuel that is widely available at this time. Watch this space to explore wild places with us.