Adrian's Tomcat 100"

Paint it Yellow!

The first thing all my friends have said is "When are you going to paint it yellow?" I will almost certainly end up painting it yellow (yellow ones go faster), but there are more important functional things to sort (eg get it working reliably) before I do it. I would of course also paint my black doors yellow!

Yellow Defender 110 station wagen Front Side Rear and side

This Defender 110 (called Dirty Dog) is being used as a tow vehicle, which is what I plan to do. I like the black wheel arches and the black vent covers (below the windscreen). I am also thinking about adding high level lights (indicator, stop and tail) at the back, but there is some trim and speakers in the way. This Landrover is only fitted with a second pair of indicators.

Yellow G4 Landrover Defender 110

Here is a limited edition G4 Landrover Defender 110 station wagen used as a hot air balloon support or 'chase' vehicle, while at the same time advertising a Landrover Main Dealer.

G4 Landrover Defender 110 station wagen Front and side Side Rear and side

Yellow Defender 110 Country

A yellow V8 Defender 110 Country with Mach 5 wheels, chequer plate on the wing tops and bonnet and an A-bar with a pair of auxiliary lights. Not sure about painting the wheels white or the free wheel hubs (which I thought were only useful on selectable 4 wheel drive vehicles), but otherwise, looks good!

Yellow Defender 90

Another yellow Landrover (at least under the mud). It has nice Mach5 wheels, however it is only a Defender 90.

Yellow Defender 90 Front and side Side Rear and side
Rear Rear and side Side Front and side

Further Reading

I donít copy other peoplesí (copyright) material, so if you would like to know more, take a look at;

  • Yellow Makeover Painting a project Defender 90 yellow, Land Rover World Magazine, May 2006 page 110
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