In 1979, the Land Rover Series III went into production. Land Rover had been getting outclassed in it's bread-and-butter markets of Africa, Australia, and the Middle East mostly by Toyota's Land Cruiser with its nearly-unbreakable inline six motor. The answer came by using the 3.5-liter V8 engine and four-speed transmission from the Range Rover — stage one in the British government's plan to get Land Rover back to profitability and leading to the Stage One nickname. Cool & Vintage has restored this rare Land Rover back to better-than-new condition, featuring a rebuilt four-liter V8 and transmission and gorgeous Tangerine Orange paint over a new black leather interior. Eligible for import into the US, this is one of the rarest Land Rovers you can find and ready for another few decades worth of service.