I always wanted an Alvis Stalwart - specifically, after seeing one at an Army display at Goodwood in the early 70’s. The futuristic looking design and apparently unstoppable off-road capabilities kept it in my mental list of ‘top-ten machines’. Alas, the thirst for petrol, the cost of spares and the lack of suitability for paved roads meant that owning one has always been beyond my pocket, though I have acquired several manuals and other bits and pieces over the years.
So, when our children were young, I built a battery-powered version for them.
Two-wheel drive but four-wheel steering.
Video cameras weren’t as good then as they are now.