Kaiser Jeep M-715





Surname: Bulworth Mohican

Class: Off-road / SUV

Origin: US USA

Playable and unlockable vehicle
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Contributor: Mark0

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FR twingo

2017-05-05 18:19
He was also banned for previous arguments, all caps spam and other things we do not accept in this Site.


ID GamerFIB7590

2017-05-05 11:42
LeakyLine wrote

Unlocked in your fleet after securing Barclay Mills.

He's banned for provocation about Overwatch, sorry


US LeakyLine

2017-05-05 11:33
HQMonaro1972 wrote
I wish they included military in this game,this could be their patrol vehicle.
How could this be classified as unlockable?

Unlocked in your fleet after securing Barclay Mills.


AU HQMonaro1972

2016-11-03 22:28
I wish they included military in this game,this could be their patrol vehicle.
How could this be classified as unlockable?


RU stratumx

2016-10-12 14:24
This is Kaiser Jeep M715, like Trevor's car in GTA V, not Land Rover.
US patridam

2016-09-10 17:57
Eb's right about the name. This is one of the vehicles Lincoln can "call in" at a moment's notice.
DZ EB

2016-09-09 19:01
In-Game car name: Bulworth Mohican


RB Mark0

2016-09-06 20:38
SizSkiizd wrote

I know - but they're practically the same vehicles. They were simply named Defenders in order to follow suit with the Discovery, launched a year prior.

Right. Like how GL became GLS and those new Mercedes vehicles.


CA SizSkiizd

2016-09-06 18:34
Mark0 wrote
In reality it was 90/110/127 from 1983. They become Defender in 1990.

I know - but they're practically the same vehicles. They were simply named Defenders in order to follow suit with the Discovery, launched a year prior.


DE Zordid

2016-09-06 18:22
Tuppence870 wrote


Looks like somebody needs to brush up on their car history. The Defender comes from a line of vehicles that began in 1948 with the Series I and remained basically unchanged until it was discontinued in 2016.

In 1968 it was the Land Rover Series IIA, which looked like this - not exactly a far cry from what rolled off the production line less than a year ago.

Although the car in the image looks more like a Mercedes-Benz G-Klasse, which began production in 1979...

Needs to be renamed into Land Rover Series IIA then, the Defender name wasn't used until 1990

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2016-09-06 18:23:27


RB Mark0

2016-09-06 18:22
SizSkiizd wrote

Not me.

I'm obviously referring to the REAL Land-Rover Defender, which was launched in 1983....

In reality it was 90/110/127 from 1983. They become Defender in 1990.


BE Speedevil

2016-09-06 18:01
How can you tell it's a modern Defender? That thing looks like any all terrain utility car, and they have always looked similar, even since the 40s.


CA SizSkiizd

2016-09-06 17:52
Tuppence870 wrote
Looks like somebody needs to brush up on their car history.

Not me.

I'm obviously referring to the REAL Land-Rover Defender, which was launched in 1983....


ID civic_eg6_94

2016-09-06 15:25
Tuppence870 wrote


Looks like somebody needs to brush up on their car history. The Defender comes from a line of vehicles that began in 1948 with the Series I and remained basically unchanged until it was discontinued in 2016.

In 1968 it was the Land Rover Series IIA, which looked like this - not exactly a far cry from what rolled off the production line less than a year ago.

Although the car in the image looks more like a Mercedes-Benz G-Klasse, which began production in 1979...


He meant that what's it doing in the 1968 version of the USA. The first time Land Rover officially sold Defender in the States were back in 1993, 25 years later than the setting of Mafia III.


ES alatriste2003

2016-09-06 12:31
^Totally truth. And remember, it's a game. If they want, they can do an old Defender with some parts from the new one.


UK Tuppence870

2016-09-06 12:09
SizSkiizd wrote
What's a Land-Rover Defender doing in a game set in 1968?


Looks like somebody needs to brush up on their car history. The Defender comes from a line of vehicles that began in 1948 with the Series I and remained basically unchanged until it was discontinued in 2016.

In 1968 it was the Land Rover Series IIA, which looked like this - not exactly a far cry from what rolled off the production line less than a year ago.

Although the car in the image looks more like a Mercedes-Benz G-Klasse, which began production in 1979...

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2016-09-06 12:12:17


CA SizSkiizd

2016-09-06 11:52
What's a Land-Rover Defender doing in a game set in 1968?

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