Wherever you go in Costa Rica, you'll see elderly Land Rovers at work, mostly still in remarkable condition and still doing what they were designed to do.
In North America, it is quite unusual to see any type of Land Rover since they are still a relatively unknown vehicle here except in major cities.
We all know that feeling when you see red fluid dripping down the arm and onto the driveway.
Decades of use by rough, work-hardened hands has probably worn down your steering wheel.
The stories of 300 Tdi timing belts suffering from premature wear after sliding forwards on their pulleys are legion.
Twelve couples in an assortment of new Range Rovers and Series II Discoverys headed north from Toronto for a wilderness adventure.