Historic 1963 APGP amphibious Land Rover with flotation bags swimming in a lake to commemorate Land Rovers 50th anniversary at the 1998 Belgium National show. RELEASES MAY BE AVAILABLE FOR CERTAIN USES, PLEASE ENQUIRE. Automotive trademarks are the property of the trademark holder, authorization may be needed for some uses. --- Info: This Land Rover is known as the A.P.G.P. , Air Portable General Purpose. Based around a 1 Ton military spec 109 24 Volt, it has amphibious capabilities. This LR floats! A small propeller is mounted on te rear propshaft, the air bags were inflated from the exhaust. This was to be a multi role vehicle. The APGP can be a radio station, wombat carrier or 110 Volt power tool source and could be stacked two high for air transport. About 26 of these vehicles were built for troop trials in 1964 but never entered service. This is the first vehicle to find its way into the Dunsfold Collection, purchased by Brian Bashall in 1968 via Ruddington military auctions. In 1998 for the 50th Anniversary of Land Rover Brians son, Philipp Bashall, had the mad idea to swim the APGP, which turned out to be an interesting challange as the flotation bags were by then already over 30 years old. Steering in the water is interesting as it relies on the front tyres as rudders, wind could be disastrous.