This classic vehicle from the 60's was one of the first contenders in the four-wheel drive market. It's light and versatile, with nearly limitless tuning potential, making it capable of powering through deep back country. It makes an excellent "search and rescue" vehicle.
A gearbox customized for better off-road performance, sacrificing gear count, top speed and fuel efficiency but offering three Low Gear stages.
A thoroughly reworked variant of an outdated engine. Increased power output at the cost of reliability - physical damage tends to make it lose power and consume more fuel much sooner.
An advanced gearbox sporting many functional improvements over regular variants such as higher gear count and top speed, and an added High Gear at the cost of lower reliability.
A raised suspension kit, good for venturing down old roads or off-road terrain.
A heavily tuned, custom-fit engine by a popular vehicle workshop. Respectable power with a somewhat unhealthy appetite for gas.
A gearbox with freely configurable Low Gear / R Gear transfer ratio. Somewhat less durable and fuel-efficient than regular options, especially in AWD mode.