APV’s Long Range Patrol Vehicle tested in the Simpson

HAVE you checked out the Australian Patrol Vehicles (APV) 6x6 LandCruiser-based rig in the September issue of 4X4 Australia magazine that is on sale now?

Here’s some killer footage of the APV prototypes undergoing testing in the Simpson Desert last year, and you can see how versatile and capable they are.

APV is now shopping these vehicles out to Special Forces and selected military buyers around the world!

The wow factor for you guys is that APV, through its civilian division Australian Expedition Vehicles (AEV), can build you a rig like this (or similar) in either 4x4 or 6x6 to suit your off-road touring needs.

APV's Long Range Patrol Vehicle frontThe guys can perform chassis stretches, 6x6 conversions, auto transmission installations, canopy/camper fabrication and more, all to customer requirements.

APV is currently working with JMAX to incorporate its coil spring rear conversions of both the 4x4 and 6x6 APV/AEV vehicles.

All this makes APV your one-stop shop for a wild LC70 expedition rig.

Only last week, BBC released images of the British Special Forces driving Jordanian-modified LandCruiser 70s in the fight against ISIS in Syria.

APV’s Long Range Patrol Vehicle sideThe Al-Thalab Long Range Patrol Vehicles are equipped with sniper rifles, heavy machine guns and anti-tank missiles.

The 70-series Cruiser is the vehicle of choice for its well-proven and durable platform.

To get your own conversion rolling, contact the staff at APV/AEV.

They can be found at: 13 St Albans Road, Mount Louisa, Townsville, Queensland. Or, to may an enquiry, just give them a buzz on 0414 680 154.

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