Built by a company known for their snow plows since 1936, the 1958 Land Rover 109 Series II ($65,000) takes an iconic design and hikes it up to the next level. Fitted with a four-track kit specifically designed for this manufacturer, the car features a continuous track on all eight fitted wheels which elevates the car above traditional height. Presented in a mechanical, gray tone and with a silhouette iconic of its time, this durable off-road vehicle has been designed to tackle treacherous conditions with ease and was limited to just 15 pieces. An investment for those with a dedicated appreciation for sizeable power.
Camping is great, but the worst part is waking up to that morning dew sticky feeling, and finding out the critters have gotten into all of your gear. Now imagine pulling up to you camp site in this 1982 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ45 Troopy ($12,300+). Now this roughing it right. This Troopy has a pop-top ...[Read More]