040 Land Rover Marshal Ambulance conversion


Of the various Ambulance Land Rover conversions, the Marshal had the distinctive rounded roof.


127 Marshalls Ambulances

Built on an extended Land Rover 110 chassis in the years 1986 and 1987 by basically cutting and adding 17 inches.  Marshalls took a rolling chassis known as an SVO Mule (SVO being Special Vehicles Organisation – a Land Rover division) and built the Ambulance body on that. The distinctive curved roof is a carry over from the Marshalls 109 ambulances. There were believed to be 2 prototypes and 48 production of these vehicles built on Series 2a and 3 rolling chassis.

They were powered by the V8 Petrol engine with a “military spec” transfer box (1:1.67 ratio).

A model of the appropriate vehicle will be needed in the same scale to mount this conversion on. Such as the HobbyBoss Defender kits


I like Uhu glue for assembly. Dennis prefers plastic weld.

Additional information

Weight 100 g
Dimensions 80 × 200 × 54 mm

1:35, 1:48, 1:56 28mm


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