Land Rover Defender Station Wagon - RNLI This distinctive long wheelbase Land Rover Defender has already joined the 1:76 scale series in RNLI livery but you can’t have too much of a good thing and here it is for smaller scale enthusiasts too. The rich marine blue and white colour scheme if offset by the RNLI’s signature flag and Lifeboats wording on both side doors in red and white with the Crown and Anchor in yellow down the centre of the flag. The Defender has had a roofbar fitted for this release, moulded in blue and white with contrasting blue RNLI lettering. Registered HG56 LNY from 2006, additional detail includes the LR87 fleet lettering and the website address in white on the rear side doors. We also see the Defender name printed in gold to the right of the rear door. The Royal National Lifeboat Institution was founded in 1824 by William Hillary and comprises a registered charity run by volunteers with around 40,000 men and women who give their time freely and bravely to man the lifeboat. The lifeboat station is always worth a visit when open to the public and the larger ones also support a shop, where you may well find our Oxford replica lifeboat support vehicle.