Classic Land Rover - July 2017

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LAND ROVERS

GOOD AS NEW
Paolo Turinetti found a 109 in a shed near Turin and knew it was his lucky day

MEET THE ANCESTORS
Emrys Kirby takes an in-depth look at 110 FEP 2, the oldest known Fully Engineered Prototype 110

A SOUND INVESTMENT
ISA or Land Rover: which would you choose?

OLD SOLDIERS NEVER DIE
Chris Savery’s well preserved 80in dates from the first main contract between Rover and the British Army

BOBBY’S BUS
A 1982 109 Series III rebuilt as a double decker for a hospice charity

SLOW LANE
This low mileage example of a diesel-powered Series III SWB is a rare survivor of Land Rover’s hardest workers

TECH AND TOOLBOX

IN SEARCH OF SLEEP
Vicky Turner makes her own thermal black-out blinds in an effort to keep well-slept and cool this summer

PROJECT LIGHTWEIGHT PART TEN
Electrickery: wiring in a 1980 Series Lightweight needs serious attention

OUR LANDROVERS

RUNNING REPAIRS
Sarah Leamy on the joys of owning a Series Land Rover in New Mexico

JOINING THE CLUB
CLR photographer Garry Stuart has finally got his very own classic Land Rover

HIGH IN CARBS
After many years of neglect, Toby Savage finally gets his SU carburettor rebuilt

JOURNEYS

PLAYING OUT
Classic Land Rover Magazine’s team meet for a classic Camp Out

OUT OF AFRICA - PART 1
In 1974, Kate and Cory Luxmoore drove from Kenya to England in their 1965 Land Rover Ambulance

REGULARS

NEWS
This month’s readers’ input, products, news and dogs

BEHIND THE WHEEL
Back to Basics; Kev Mills explains why he is not a fan of Land Rovers that have been modified

CALENDAR
Your guide to Land Rover events near and far

EVENTS AND RALLIES
Pentillie Castle Defender Day; Bolton Abbey Rally; Wales LRSOC Spring Meet; Gaydon Classic Land Rover Show; MROC Trials at Eastnor; Ackworth Rally

VINTAGE ESSENTIALS
Under Pressure: John Carroll gets nostalgic about portable camping stoves and the lessons he’s learnt

LOOKING BACK
Bolder and Polder: These journalists in 1957 discovered that it is actually a myth that Land Rovers will go anywhere