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Author Topic: Canadian Connection : Bristol Foster Expedition 1957  (Read 1164 times)

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February 15, 2013 - 19:41
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Offline serie-ous

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  • Location: Canada
Here's a pic "The Grizzly Torque"; the 1957 ambulance bodied 107 used by Bristol Foster and artist Robert Bateman in their global expedition. They were in Canada in 1957.
It is mentioned in LRSOC Newsletter 68, and a video was made of the adventure.
Does WAC 337 still exist?
 

February 15, 2013 - 19:46
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Offline lord clevis

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what a fantastic looking land rover i really hope she is still around ..

February 16, 2013 - 01:08
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Offline serie-ous

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  • Location: Canada
It certainly doesn't have the same body as the other ambulance bodied 107 Land Rovers I have seen photos of.
There are many differences, not at all like the Mountain Rescue vehicles.
It has fancier doors, the ambulance body does not step out behind the doors.
This one was used for a world expediton. I haven't found the video of the adveture.
James Taylor mentioned it in an LRO article in 1993.
Are there others with a body like this?