An archaeologist's rig (part 3)

To be perfectly honest, I don't remember where I saw this "Safari Lunchbox." It was somewhere in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan during our 2004 season at Tell Jalul. I'm thinking it was used by one of those companies that takes dudes for desert rides. 

It is a shame that its last paint-job was applied with a nylon brush. 

The bones of this Landy are still good under all those dings and dents and missing lamps. You can tell by the way the hood proudly sports the spare. 

More musing on knobby-tyred vehicles used by archaeologists is found here.