When you cross a tank with the a 1958 Land Rover 109 Series II, you get this tracked beast. Created by James A. Cuthbertson, it was designed to tackle the adverse winter conditions in Scotland or war. The base vehicle was first required to be dropped onto a sub-frame for clearance and movement of the treads, while the original Land Rover drivetrain remained. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
"Apparently, only around 15 were ever made - so that makes this one, which is headed to auction, all the more special. Itís estimated to go for around $64,000-$77,000 when it hits the auction block," reports Hi Consumption.