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Legacy Power Wagon

It's far from new, but it's also far from ordinary. The Legacy Power Wagon ($120,000-$170,000) is a living, driving legend. Handcrafted by auto artisans in Wyoming, the Power Wagon is completely restored from its humble Dodge roots, and offers your choice of a 2- or 4-door configuration, a V8 or Turbo Diesel engine, manual or automatic transmission, and a variety of wheel sizes. You also get a modern interior, A/C, a custom dash and control panel, Dynatrac rear and Dana front axles, four-wheel disc brakes, power steering, and a bunch of other goodies that weren't available on the original. Oh, and don't forget the winch.

  • 2013 Land Rover Range Rover

    When you're buying the fourth-generation of something, you expect a level of refinement above and beyond its predecessors — and the 2013 Land Rover Range Rover ($TBA) doesn't disappoint. All-new from the ground up, it uses an all-aluminum unibody structure — a first for a SUV — and an all-new aluminum front and rear chassis architecture to shed around 700 pounds compared to 2012 models. It pulls this off while adding nearly 5" of rear seat legroom, the next-generation of the Terrain Response system, and a range of V8 engines mated to new eight-speed ZF automatic transmissions, and retaining its legendary off road capabilities. Arriving just in time for the holidays.

  • Bowler EXR S

    Rally-ready, road-legal. The Bowler EXR S (£155,000; roughly $240,000) is one of the beefiest SUVs available, and is likely the closest thing you can get to a street-legal rally car. Built atop a Land Rover platform and powered by the automaker's 5.0L supercharged V8 pumping out 550hp, it reaches 0-62 in 4.2 seconds, boasts a top speed of 155mph, and offers a slew of race-ready features like a MSA approved advanced tubular roll cage, a custom composite body, Brembo brakes, Bi-Xenon headlamps, 22-inch wheels, Bilstein dampers, Eibach springs, two racing seats, and 3-point seat belts.