They Call This Land Rover ‘Bigfoot.’ It's Real, It's Mean and We've Got Photos.

Hide your cars and close the garage

By Tanner Garrity

 
They Call This Land Rover ‘Bigfoot.’ It's Real, It's Mean and We've Got Photos.
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10 April 2018

If Bigfoot ever made it to the DMV to get his license, we now have a good idea of what he'd be driving back to the woods afterward.

Chelsea Truck Company's latest Land Rover Defender mod — the aptly named “Bigfoot Edition” — is an off-roading classic with a whole lot of extra meat on the bone, from a set of unholy 5 x 37 inch Maxxis Trepador Extreme Off Road tires to a five-inch Bigfoot lift kit that's ideal for chasing unwitting campers through the bush.

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 The result is essentially a miniaturized monster truck, complete with reinforced front and rear wings, intermittent splashes of stainless steel, top-of-the-line meshed headlights and a plush interior at odds with its tank-like outer lines.

On top of all that: Kahn Design's “Volcanic Rock Satin” space black finish for staying stealthy under cover of night.

Drive safe, big guy.

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