Land Rover RFSV MK1 For Sale
Land Rover 110 RFSV MK1
A rare oppertunity to acquire a early 1991 RFSV MK1.
With most RFSV's upgraded to MK2 this is one of the few remaing in this configeration.
Having featured in a number of Land Rover and classic car publications this Land Rover represents excellent valuve for money.
Dry stored since leaving the army, and coving around 5,000km in the last 5 years. Milage a disposal was 63,000km genuine.
Fully documented service history, including full mid life rebuuild. Outstanding condtion with very litle wear and tear for a vehcile of this age.
Designed to traverse the most in hospitable parts of Australia.
Additional features over the standard Perentie
•Modified Roll Over Protection
•Heavy Duty Split Rims
•Twin Fuel Tanks
•3x Spare Wheels
•Double Jerry Can Holders
•Fully Galvanized Chassis ( All Models )
•Disc Brakes All Round
This Land Rover served with the 51st Battalion Far North Queensland Regiment (51-FNQR)
Primary role of reconnaissance and surveillance.
Their motto “Ducit Amor Patriae” meaning patriotism leads me.
The Brown & Blue Insignia is the unit colour patch.
RFSV Land Rovers remain in use by our Armed Forces today, but are gradually being replaced by the Mercedes G-Wagon.
Note To Buyers
We are not interested in swapping for a old ute, or a anything else for that matter, also dont waste your time or our time offering silly cash deals.
How much for the RFSVBy: Jono on 27 September 2019I’m not sure if this is an old add but I was wondering how much it’s is for sale for. Kind regards Jono
Hi Jono This is an old post. If you are wanting something similar please email us at email@example.com Many thanks Kind regards Sally
QueryBy: Chris Le Ray on 23 September 2019I would like further information about purchasing the vehicle
Hi This is an old post. If you are wanting something similar please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Many thanks Kind regards Sally
RSFV10 July 2019Hi We can help you please email us for further information.
Price & availability query...qBy: Aaron Kirkwood on 3 July 2019G'Day, I;m very interested in picking up an RFSV - but dont know where to start... Can you help? Cheers, Aaron (Brisbane)