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Member Since: 02 Nov 2014
Location: Brussels
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Belgium 2015 Defender 110 Td5 HT Chawton White
Nakatanenga 110 stolen

Received an email from Nakatanenga. One of their Defenders got stolen last night:

During the night from Sunday to Monday (17.09 - 18.09) between 9:15pm and 6:30am, our Land Rover Defender 110 construction year 2014 (license plate: NM DE110) was stolen from our company parking area.

The vehicle is individually modified. It has a single-piece leather interior, a full-air suspension of VB-Airsuspension, a long work light with 60 LEDs, black light alloy rims, a winch with a special mounting plate and much more.

We ask for your help! Have you seen this vehicle anywhere or noticed something? We offer a 5000,- REWARD if we get back our vehicle with your help.

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Feel bad for them, hopefully the plague doesn't start spreading to the continent.


Post #651124 18th Sep 2017 8:46pm
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Member Since: 21 Jun 2015
Location: Norwich
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United Kingdom 2014 Defender 110 Puma 2.2 USW Corris Grey

That is really upsetting for them.

A truck that modified would be difficult to shift in one piece. Sadly it will probably end up being broken up the bits sold for a fraction of its value.

I hope they get some good news and the Defender is found soon without too much damage.

The only down side that I can think to Defender ownership Sad

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