Land Rovers from blockbuster movies and TV shows will join several other special LR models at this year’s “LANDROVERmax!” happening, to be held at Stoneleigh Park in the West Midlands region of England from 28th to 30th August.
Among the vehicles to go on display at the event is the futuristic Land Rover City Cab (pictured above) from Sylvester Stallone’s 1995 film, Judge Dredd. A total of 31 examples of the fiberglass-bodied City Cab were made for the movie, which was set in the year 2139.
Top Gear presenter Richard Hammond will show off “Buster”, his modified 1986 Land Rover 110 which runs a heavy-duty 4.5-litre V8 delivering more than 200bhp. Hammond, who says he has spent more than £70,000 (about US$110,000) on Buster, commented: “It cost more than a new Range Rover and is more expensive to run than a Ferrari Enzo – but I always drive it with a big grin on my face.”
The British Army’s SAS Desert Patrol 110 model will also be on show at the event which will be open from 9am until 5.30pm, with tickets priced at £10 for adults in advance and £14 on the day with free entry for children. Prices for weekend tickets covering all three days of the show are set at £25.