Making Tracks

Mcdonaldlandrover Automobilemag Trakced Land Rover

The north wind doth blow, and we shall have blocked roads.

Winter  is coming, the goose is getting fat, please put a Land Rover on my driveway. Thanks.

We thought that as the weather has started to deteriorate, you’d like some suggestions as to what to drive to get to work/the airport/Casualty.

The first Land Rover models to feature tracks were modified by renowned Scottish engineers Cuthbertsons of Biggar, and didn’t their Series 1 look good.

From there, the Land Rover was mated, not unsuccessfully, with a Scorpion Light Tank and saw action in hot places.

Serious snow ploughing required dedicated machines, but for versatility you can’t beat a Land Rover.

Wiki guide to parking includes one called ‘the tank’.

Enjoy the pictures here on the interweb

Also try these two videos for kicks.

Sir Ranulph Fiennes

Dudes in a field.

We’re used to looking after more conventional models, but would love to hear from you if you need parts or servicing for your tracked Land Rover.

Come and visit us or shop on line at www.mcdonaldlandrover.co.uk. or see us on Google+

This article was written by Rupert Astbury

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