When you think of Italian cars, SUVs aren't the first thing that comes to mind. But the Fiat Campagnola is a 4x4 that's as rugged as anything the US or Britan has to offer. The Campagnola was introduced in 1951 and took a lot of inspiration from Jeeps leftover by the American military after WWII. As barebones as those early Jeeps, this 1975 Campagnola has plain black vinyl seating with a rubber interior, no radio. A four-cylinder motor, dual-range transfer case, five-speed manual, and nimble dimensions mean that this Italian offroader is just as capable as its more well-known brethren.