Old Landys are cool no matter where you live, what the local market calls them or where the country of assembly is situated. Santana is a Spanish car manufacturer that’s been building and modifying local market Land Rovers since the late 50s in CKD form (Complete Knocked Down kits). That’s a fancy way of saying that Landy parts were shipped over from the factory in Solihull, assembled at the Santana factory in Spain and sold through local dealer networks at less-than-Landy-prices. And despite the low rent affiliations that typically accompany kit cars, Santana models often ended up being superior to the Land Rover equivalents in both quality and reliability. Go figure.