2. British military abreviation for the Truck Utility Light (TUL), a militiarised version of the civilian Land Rover Defender and its predecessors.
2. The ration packs are in the back of the 'rover.
The Rover 75, Rover 600, SD1, P4, P5, P6.
And some of the Worst:
Once quoted as "The British equivilent of BMW" in 1994 buy non other than the then Chairman of BMW himself: Bernd Pischetsrieder.
A Car Company ultimately undeserving of its tragic demise, but aided by imcompetent, greedy management: Kevin Howe, the 'Phoenix Four', BMW.