Land Rover Series 3

"It’s said that almost three quarters of all the Land Rovers ever built are still operational, and anyone who’s ever spent time with one will know why – they’re essentially four-wheel drive Meccano sets, and their aluminium bodies don’t rust. Although to be fair, the same can’t be said for their bulkheads or chassis.

The Series 3 Land Rover was the final iteration of the original Series 1 model released in 1948, it was also the most highly evolved of the Series model family, as well as the most mass produced – meaning that spare parts are typically easy to come by."