Count on the folks at CoolNVintage to create the perfect moto transport with a chopped roof vintage Land Rover. Once an actual fire engine, this 1966 Land Rover Series 2A LWB sat for decades but was just right for this unique project. A crap ton of work followed including rebuilding the original engine, transmission, transfer case, and differentials. There were also numerous upgrades like bushings, springs, and shocks, just to name a few. The most dramatic change, however, was deleting the roof entirely to open up the entire cabin to the elements while also making room for a motorcycle in the rear. CNV also added a folding windscreen because, you know, bugs. Add BF Goodrich Mud Terrain Tires with a hodd-mounted spare, popping yellow paint, bed tie downs, and Deux Ex Machina chassis art, and you have one of the most unique Defenders on the planet.