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1995 Range Rover Troop Carrier

Typically, we'd be aghast if someone took a final-year Classic and chopped it up. In the case of this 1995 Range Rover Troop Carrier, we'll make an exception. For the conversion, the doors, roof, and rear gate were removed, turning the five-door SUV into a truck more like the original Land Rover. The modifications include a 4.6-liter V8, lifted suspension, custom roll bar, new fabric top, rear jump seats, and 16″ Rostyles wheels.

  • 1951 Ford F1 Ranger Marmon-Herrington

    Since Ford didn't make proto-SUVs or four-wheel drives back in the day, they had to get assistance in building this 1951 Ford F1 Ranger Marmon-Herrington. One of only 54 ever built, 11 still around, and only 2 to be restored, it started out as a panel delivery truck before being sent to Marmon-Herrington who converted it to 4x4 and added the Seibert custom body. The result is a fascinating look at Ford's first ever "Ranger", completely restored over two years to 100% original condition, with a flathead V8 engine, four-speed manual transmission, correct Ford Sheridan Blue paint job, and only 74 miles on the odometer.

  • 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.

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