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1983 land rover series 3 suv

"In 1979, the Land Rover Series III went into production. Land Rover had been getting outclassed in it's bread-and-butter markets of Africa, Australia, and the Middle East mostly by Toyota's Land Cruiser with its nearly-unbreakable inline six motor. The answer came by using the 3.5-liter V8 engine and four-speed transmission from the Range Rover — stage one in the British government's plan to get Land Rover back to profitability and leading to the Stage One nickname. Cool & Vintage has restored this rare Land Rover back to better-than-new condition, featuring a rebuilt four-liter V8 and transmission and gorgeous Tangerine Orange paint over a new black leather interior. Eligible for import into the US, this is one of the rarest Land Rovers you can find and ready for another few decades worth of service.



1971 Land Rover Series 2A

"Recently restored, this 1971 Land Rover Series 2A is a fine example of one of the most iconic offroaders of all time. The truck is outfitted with a diesel engine, a four-speed gearbox, Wolf wheels, a black mohair canvas hood, black vinyl seats, and a few modern interior upgrades, including a USB charging port. Arriving in the same shade of orange that it was special ordered in, it's in great shape, whether you plan on driving it casually or taking it on adventures worthy of its heritage."



1979 Land Rover Series III

"The Series III might be more common than its predecessors, but that doesn't make this 1979 Land Rover Series III any less compelling. Completely restored, it's clad in a sand paint job, with "limestone" wheels, a matching sand canvas top, and black vinyl seats. It's powered by a 2.25 L diesel engine mated to a four-speed gearbox and linked to Rover's legendary four wheel drive system, and features three fold-down bench seats in the rear, as well as two full-size spares should anything go awry on the trail."



1963 Mini Cooper S Race Car

"There are plenty of other '60s-era Minis around. But few of them have a racing pedigree. And even fewer were driven by a woman. This 1963 Mini Cooper S Race Car was, with Maria Graça Moura Relvas winning the 1965 Grande Rally Benfica behind the wheel, making full use of the 1071 cc engine and four-speed gearbox. The car was later sold to Nelson De Moura of De Moura steering wheels, who outfitted one of his own in the car, and has been featured in multiple magazines. Now presented as raced in 1964, with the correct paint and patina, it's one of the finest Cooper S examples of its era."



Land rover series iII adventuremobile

"Even after more than 30 years, the Land Rover Series III remains one of the best looking SUVs around. This Land Rover Series III Adventuremobile was fully restored to Defender TDI specs, with a 2500cc engine, 5-speed transmission, and BF Goodrich Mud MK2 tires that are ready to eat anything in their path. It also comes with a full set camping trailer complete with a ladder and tent to escape from the elements. One of the best options for your next weekend getaway, but unfortunately not able to be exported to the US."



1974 Ford Escort MK1

"Introduced in the UK at the end of 1967, the Ford Escort Mark 1 isn't what you expect when you think of the modern Escort series. This 1974 Ford Escort MK1 provides a glimpse into the past, when Mark 1 Escorts were one of the most successful rally cars around. It's undergone a complete restoration, adding a lightweight Group 4 body, fiberglass hood and trunk, and a 2 liter FIA racing engine capable of just over 200 horsepower. Since it's restoration, it's only seen two hours of usage, and is a fine piece to add to any rally car enthusiast's collection."