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This Chop-Top 4×4 Land Rover Is A Rugged Motorcycle Hauler

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Jun 26, 2019

Category: Rides

A reliable source for delivering heritage classics, Cool & Vintage always catches our attention with their timeless builds. Their latest project is a revamp of the 1966 Land Rover Series 2A LWB for a special client: Deus Ex Machina.

The 1966 Land Rover Series 2A LWB by Cool & Vintage was initially a retired fire engine that was out of commission for decades. When the talent running the custom motorcycle building company contacted CoolNVintage founder Ricardo Pessoa about making a bike hauler, the Series 2A LWB was perfect for the job. There were subtle upgrades made to refine this LR, including new bushings, fuel lines, brake lines, parabolic springs, and uprated telescopic shock absorbers. And the gearbox, transfer case, 2.25-liter engine, and differentials were all rebuilt for top-tier performance. The classic 4X4 ride also benefits from a roof delete, rugged BF Goodrich Mud Terrain tires, and a folded windscreen. Part way through the 1,000+ restoration process, Deus Ex Machina stopped by to paint signature custom motorcycle art onto the black chassis. Now the beach yellow 4×4 is ready to carry some two-wheeled terrors.

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