Impeccably clean with just the right amount of patina — this 1972 Land Rover Series III is a restoration done right. Rovers North performed the work, and finding a flaw in their work is next to impossible. The exterior wears Marine Blue paint over the aluminum bodywork and white steel wheels, all mounted on a new galvanized chassis that solves one of vintage Land Rovers biggest problems: rust. This Series III has it's original 2.25-liter motor with just over 24,000 miles on the clock, and the interior is just it was when it left the factory. Details like wire cages over the lights, a huge tugboat rope around the bumper, and a hood-mounted spare tire capture the adventure aesthetic that made Land Rover famous.