Winston Churchill, the Queen of England and… Bob Marley?

Yes, the reggae legend himself was a Land Rover lover, and now his 1976 Series III Defender is getting a new lease on life courtesy of a Jamaican resort.

Marley used to regularly drive the car around the streets of Kingston, transporting the Wailers and their equipment to gigs throughout Jamaica, Caribbean Journal reports.

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For the past several years, the Defender has been rusting away in a ramshackle exhibit at the Bob Marley Museum in Kingston.

Jamaica’s Sandals resort has now undertaken to completely restore the vehicle, which will then be returned to the museum.

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It’s deteriorated to such a degree that it must be completely rebuilt, the paper reports.

Personally, we think letting it languish in a museum is kind of a waste, given the Landy’s commercial potential.

Using it to give tours of Marley’s favorite spliff-smoking spots, for instance…