I've always been fascinated by Land Rovers. Not because I'm particularly the outdoorsy type, or that I like luxury, it precisely the fact that I'm neither that makes it fascinating. Land Rover used to be pretty much pure utility, and all over the world they're in use in remote locations for their durability (or at least ease of repair in the bush). But steadily over time they've rebranded themselves as a luxury car. Now they're driven by people that will happily show off all the rugged features, but never ever use those features on the 405 freeway or on the way to yoga. This rescue Defender by builder Gilcélio is true to the roots and spirit of Land Rover, utility, practicality and ruggedness, serving and protecting and getting there in reasonable comfort.