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1959 Land Rover Series II Model 109

1959 Land Rover Series II Model 109

Modern SUVs offer a great blend of comfort, performance, and utility, but they just can't match the unabashed ruggedness of earlier models. This 1959 Land Rover Series II Model 109 is certainly among those, with seating for ten, a "tropical" roof, tank-like construction that's even more robust than the cheaper follow-up Series IIA model, and a like-new condition thanks to a full restoration by well-known Land Rover enthusiast Lanny Clark, using only original parts. Part of a run that lasted only two years, this classic is sure to keep you going in the snow and sun for years to come without going out of style.

  • 1973 Ford Bronco Uncut

    You remember that awesome Bronco concept from a few years back? Yeah, it never got built. But if you've still got the hankering for some four-wheel bucking action, take a peek at this 1973 Ford Bronco Uncut. Sporting an all original 302 V8, 55,000 original miles spread across only three owners, a completely redone (and therefore perfect) interior, pristine exterior with no rust, and an automatic transmission, it's a great example of a retro SUV, and is sure to bring adoration from Bronco enthusiasts and isolated, paranoid woodsmen alike. Just hurry up — the auction ends today. [via]

  • 1967 Ferrari 330 P4

    Time to crack open the piggy bank treasure chest — yet another classic Ferrari is coming up for auction. The 1967 Ferrari 330 P4 ($TBA), which will be auctioned off at this year's Leggenda e Passione event, features a classic racing body, great paint job, and the distinction of being one of only three original factory P4's ever built. Add to that racing credentials which include a win at Monza, a third-place finish at Le Mans, and a manufacturers championship-clenching run at Brands Hatch, and you've got a true automotive gem.