When a Land Rover has crossed the continent of Australia from North to South and East to West, there's no need to mess with perfection. This was Brooklyn Coachwork's philosophy for this 1958 Land Rover Series II that came with extensive paperwork documenting its travels across Australia and each and every part change. The only major change is a needed one — an upgrade to a Series III transmission with modern syncromesh gears, so you don't need to double-clutch every shift. The 2.25-liter engine has been refreshed, along with quality-of-life changes like a laminated glass windshield, new headliner, wiring from a portable fridge, and a modern stereo. 1958 was the first year for the Series II, and this example has everything you'd find on an original modified for overlanding — a galvanized one-ton frame, heavy-duty front and rear axles and dual fuel tanks, making it ready for your next adventure.