Project Vehicles

These are the stories and photos of vehicles that Pangaea Expeditions has built. From extreme rock-crawling trucks to expedition-ready 4x4s.

Project Camel high in the Rocky Mountains.

Camel Project
Expedition Prepared
Land Rover Discovery

Turning a stock Land Rover Discovery into a highly capable off-road vehicle and expedition rig, while paying tribute to the rich history of the Camel Trophy. Modifications include a 4.6L conversion, roller drawers, custom roof rack and bull bar and much more. Click here to learn more.

Defender 90 in now closed Carnage Canyon

Rock Crawling Defender 90 in now-closed Carnage Canyon.

Rock Crawling
Land Rover Defender 90

This project was Nathan Hindman’s first Land Rover build. A stock 1994 Defender 90 was built into a formidable, highly-capable rock crawling Defender. Modifications included a ZF transmission conversion, custom extreme travel suspension including a 3-link front end, ARB lockers, custom Rock Ware bumper and more.

Project Rhino - Defender 130

Project Rhino - Defender 130

Project Rhino
Land Rover Defender 130
Support Vehicle

This project involved restoring and modifying a stock Land Rover Defender 130 into a capable expedition support vehicle. The massive cargo capacity, high ground clearance and classic Defender styling make this vehicle an excellent choice for carrying heavy loads for almost any vehicle dependent expedition.

Jeep Liberty CRD

Jeep Liberty CRD

Jeep Liberty CRD
Biofuel powered daily driver

The goal of this project is to create a realistic, attainable biofuel powered expedition capable vehicle. The starting point for this vehicle is a factory original CRD diesel powered Jeep Liberty, which can run B100 off the showroom floor. When finished, this project will be capable of lengthy jaunts into the backcountry with a minimal carbon footprint. More information coming soon.

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