1978 Toyota Land Cruiser HJ45 Long Bed Pick-Up Truck

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In 1973 the Toyota Land Cruiser HJ45 was released, it was a 3.6 litre diesel version of the Japanese 4×4, with a long wheelbase chassis. Toyota released three major wheelbases on their original Land Cruisers, the J40, the J43, and the J45 – the latter of which proved exceedingly popular with farmers due to its load…

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The Flying Tent®

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The Flying Tent was designed to be an exceedingly lightweight tent that performs three distinct functions – it can be a hammock, a hammock tent, or a traditional ground-based tent. The size and weight of the Flying Tent make it ideal for use by motorcyclists, as it can be packed down into a carry bag,…

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Nexx X.G200 Offroad Superhunky Helmet

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The Nexx X.G200 Offroad is a new helmet by the European company designed to appeal to those who race off road – or those who want a classically styled helmet with a wide face port offering excellent field of view and ventilation. Nexx is based in Portugal, and they’re one of the last major helmet…

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Project Millenium Falcon – 430 HP Land Rover Defender

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Project Millenium Falcon Project Millenium Falcon is a comprehensively rebuilt Land Rover Defender, created by the Florida-based team at East Coast Defender. Under the hood it’s now packing a 430 hp, 6.2 litre Chevrolet LS3 V8 – and that’s just the beginning. During the rebuild the body was fitted with a Kahn wide body kit to…

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Motoped® Pro

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The Motoped® Pro The Motoped® Pro is the halfway point between a motocross bike and a downhill mountain bike – with the best characteristics of each, and very few drawbacks. Many countries (and US states) will allow motorized bicycles on the street with engine sizes up to 49cc, but once you creep over this capacity you…

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1973 Range Rover Classic

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The Range Rover was first introduced in 1970 to a worldwide audience who weren’t sure what to make of it. Up until then, 4x4s had mostly been utilitarian affairs that were only slightly softened versions of the WWII Willys Jeep. The Land Rover The original Land Rover had been one of the first post-WWII civilian…

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1977 International Scout II Traveler

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In 1977 Jerry Boone drove his still-new International Super Scout II to a class win in the brutal Baja 1000 desert race. He wasn’t even factory sponsored at the time, but his win put the Scout II firmly on the map for 4×4 racers and enthusiasts across the USA.

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Project Barbour by East Coast Defender

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East Coast Defender is one of the pre-eminent Land Rover customizers in the United States, the company has 29 full-time employees and is made up of a mixture of Brits and Americans. They’re based in Kissimmee, Florida, and they’ve built a significant number of bespoke Defenders – all of which are quicker and more luxurious…

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1958 Tracked Cuthbertson Land Rover

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The Cuthbertson Land Rover is a tracked vehicle designed to go where normal 4x4s can’t – waist-deep mud, thick marshes, and heavy snow. A Brief History of the Tracked Cuthbertson Land Rover James A. Cuthbertson of Biggar in Lanarkshire, Scotland started his own company in 1936 to manufacture his inventions. Although not a household name,…

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Frontier Stove

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The Anevay Frontier Stove was originally developed for humanitarian aid purposes, but the design was so solid and practical that they encountered strong demand from regular consumers to sell them. Each stove comprises a three removable legs, a five part flue, and a central stove section. The whole ensemble can be disassembled and placed in…

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1970 Meyers Manx

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A Brief History of the Meyers Manx The Meyers Manx is a dune buggy developed by Bruce Meyers, it originally had an advanced fiberglass composite monocoque body with a VW Beetle drive train and suspension attached, however this proved complex and costly to mass-produce. The second design still used a large fiberglass tub, but it was…

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Evasion Evolution Rooftop Tent

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The Evasion Evolution Rooftop Tent by James Baroud is designed to attach to the roof racks of most vehicles and can be quickly removed and stored when not needed, it also comes with a telescoping ladder which can be attached to either side for easy access. There are two sizes to choose from, either standard…

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