Off Road Adventures For The Land Rover Enthusiast

In 1947 Wilks brothers, directors of the English factory Rover, had the idea of ​​producing an ATV for the secular public. To do this, using the robust chassis of a Willys Jeep from World War II, adapted from Rover, a gasoline engine, gearbox and rear axle and all made ​​a prototype. Initially the cockpit was the center of the front seat, thinking of their use in different countries with right or left hand driving.

Off Road Adventures For The Land Rover Enthusiast

The idea went nowhere. The body of the first model was built straight lines with aluminum panels riveted to obviate the shortage of iron at the time. A group of three simple front seats on a transverse metal drawer with two benches located longitudinally at the rear allowed transport nine. The roof was made of canvas with a metal frame to hold
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Off Road Adventures For The Land Rover Enthusiast

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