Since 1948, Land Rovers have been designed to handle uneven terrain. If you’ve long felt they could do better, now you’re in luck. This 1958 Land Rover Cuthbertson has hit the auction block at Bonhams and it’s exactly what your adventurous side wants. As you can see, it’s been outfitted with continuous track and looks like the work of Victor Frankenstein. Frankenstein, better known as James. A Cuthbertson, was a Scotsman who liked to create insane after-market versions of the British off-road vehicles, which is what led to the creation of this Land Rover/Tank hybrid. Built to handle especially treacherous conditions, this 1959 Land Rover 109 Series 2 Cuthbertson is one of fifteen made and can be yours if you have $64,000–$77,000 in your sofa cushion.
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