The Classic Land Rover: Britain's Favorite Dual-Purpose Vehicle

Tractor Tales from Wales: The Land Rover, first produced by the Rover Car Company in 1948, is practically an institution in rural Britain.

Trying to see how far you can go without getting stuck is what scrambling is all about. The canvas hood and easily removable door tops mean it’s no trouble to “go topless” in the summer. The short-wheelbase Land Rover is commonly known as the “Eighty,” referring to the 80-inch distance between front and rear axles.