The Cuthbertson Conversions

Intended for use on marshy terrain those conversions by the Cuthbertson & Sons in Biggar, Scotland should have been an all time great. However the real world use was somewhat reduced. The vehicles worked very well on soft ground but did have some problems climbing banks. Steering might have been a problem too...

A long wheelbase Series II was taken, wheels removed and a subchassis dropped in complete with bogeys and tracks. The front end is stearable in the usual way and the selectable 4-wheel drive was retained.

A very good restored example can be seen at the Heritage Museum at Gaydon. The above was pictured at the 1997 LRO Billing show.