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Last Ever Two-Door Range Rover Classic Heading To Auction

The very last two-door Range Rover Classic ever produced, a 1994 200Tdi built for the Portuguese market, will be hammered away by Bonhams on July 5 Perhaps the most significant left-hand drive Range Rover Classic in existence, this 1994 200 Tdi presents a significant piece of Land Rover history....
By Calum Brown Jun 13, 2019

We Have A Serious Crush On This 1987 Chevrolet S-10 Blazer

It may not be factory standard, but we have found ourselves smitten by this engine-swap S-10 Blazer... Just recently, we unearthed a second-generation Range Rover draped in enough Kill Bill yellow to blow our minds. We even claimed that, with Rover’s 4.6-liter V8, the 4x4’s power was akin to tha...
By Calum Brown Jun 11, 2019

Restomod 1974 Chevrolet K20 Is A Monster Truck

This modified Chevrolet pickup features 40-inch tiers and a 350Ci V8 motor Pickup trucks are just about the most versatile vehicles out there, capable of hauling hefty cargo, towing trailers, and often venturing from the beaten path. However, if you’re after a particularly hardy classic pickup t...
By Tyler Heatley Jun 10, 2019

Is This The Coolest Second-Generation Range Rover Of Them All?

Meet Beatrix Kiddo in car form – this delicious Range Rover P38a 'Trek Edition' special, of which only 25 were ever made Driving a bright yellow 1997 Range Rover HSE Trek across a frosted car park is about as subtle as Kill Bill’s Black Mamba slicing off an assistant’s arm to make the point of ...
By Gillian Carmoodie Jun 08, 2019

This 1961 Willys Pickup Will Let You Cruise In Style

Check out this vintage Willys Pickup! As they say, the devil is in the details, and it’s not every day you see such attention paid to every last area of a restoration like with this 1961 Willys Pickup. Already the Pickup has a unique look that shares some styling with the Jeep, plus some origina...
By Elizabeth Puckett Jun 06, 2019

Super Clean 1989 Chevrolet Blazer Is Ready To Rumble

Impress everyone at a show or on a trail. While plenty of new SUVs try to act like they’re tough enough to power through rugged conditions without trouble, this 1989 Chevrolet Blazer can take you just about anywhere, all without the pretense. It even has the classic two-door layout, making it cl...
By Steven Symes Jun 04, 2019

RoboCop's 2012 Terradyne Gurkha Costs A Cool $275K

The 2012 Terradyne Gurka as used in the 2014 remake of RoboCop has surfaced on the open market for $275k. For an agonisingly long time, should you have wanted a true road-going warrior, your only option was to join the Armed Forces. Even then, the Humvee left a lot to be desired. In the same fa...
By Calum Brown Jun 04, 2019

Take The Whole Family Off-Road In This Custom Toyota FJ45 Troopy

Built to take 8 adults off the beaten track, this 4x4 is a rugged people mover. Heading off the beaten track can be a great adventure, especially when exploring a path rarely taken by other vehicles. That said, if you want to get home again, you’ll need something capable of the challenges Mother...
By Tyler Heatley Jun 04, 2019

Hit The Beach In This Modified Volkswagen Thing

Original design for the military, now modified to serve as a retro runaround. It’s very rare that a concept designed for the military finds its way into mass production for the public, but that’s exactly what happened with the Volkswagen Thing. Originally created as an affordable means to transp...
By Tyler Heatley Jun 03, 2019

Have You Got (Substantial) Garage Space For This 2000 Hummer H1?

Forget all those blinged up Hummers. If you aren't going for a genuine Military specimen, go for something that looks the part... Before Arnold Schwarzenegger spearheaded the case for public ownership of Hummer’s military colossus, the H1 earned its stripes as an automotive equivalent of Chuck ...
By Calum Brown May 27, 2019

The Mighty Mite Is America's Forgotten Automotive Military Hero

The M422 Mighty Mite lives in the shadow of its military brethren. Here's why this overlooked hero deserves your attention Military vehicles are responsible for pioneering all manner of technical origination. Through wartime innovation, engineering marvels designed to support allied forces usua...
By Calum Brown May 27, 2019

1945 WWII Willys Jeep Could Be Yours For $20k

This 1945 Jeep has previously lived in the Philippines and now has a Toyota engine under the hood. But that doesn't make it any less of an automotive hero Some vehicles inherit a legacy, others create it. While certain marques radiate heritage and trumpet their achievements for publicity and co...
By Calum Brown May 27, 2019

Immaculate 1992 Land Rover Discovery 200tdi Will Cost You $17k

Buying a first-generation Land Rover Discovery used to be cheap. However, the market is changing and now is the time to secure a solid example The Land Rover Discovery has endured hard times in the used car marketplace. What was once a costly British 4x4 with luxurious touches and cultural stam...
By Gillian Carmoodie May 25, 2019

Storm The Beaches With This DUWK

Lovingly known as the Duck, these amphibious craft were crucial during the D-Day landings during WWII. Flick through the pages of history and you’ll see that our troops rely on being mobile. Once upon a time it was all about cavalry, but the combustion engine changed the theatre of warfare forev...
By Tyler Heatley May 24, 2019

1987 Jeep Wagoneer: The Finest Classic Luxury SUV for $43k?

Buying a classic Range Rover too predictable? Then meet the 1987 Jeep Grand Wagoneer! Historians dictate that the Range Rover lays claim as the world’s first luxurious SUV. However, they would be mistaken. Long before the UK trend-setter reached American shores, and some years before the Rangie ...
By Calum Brown May 23, 2019

The Perfect Land Rover Discovery Is For Sale With Morris Leslie

Land Rover’s second-generation Discovery is largely ignored by those seeking a classic 4x4. Here’s why it’s the perfect blend of heritage and usability The first-generation Land Rover Discovery broke new ground when it first hit tarmac in 1989. Based on the well-proven underpinnings of Spen K...
By Calum Brown May 22, 2019
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