Classic Land Rover - October 2013

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LAND ROVERS

OLD LIFE CRISIS
One man’s recently restored Land Rover Series IIA truck-cab

REAR VIEW MIRROR
Happy Anniversary
Land Rover’s 40th Anniversary Ninety meets the 65th Anniversary 90

COOL BRITANNIA
Stephen Patchett’s well-travelled and hard-worked Series One 80in

READER’S LAND ROVER
An ex-military Series IIA 88in bought online goes to a new home

STILL GOING STRONG
A Series One that is still hard at work down on the farm

ESSENTIAL OIL BURNER
How the VM-engined diesel Range Rover influenced the development of diesel powered SUVs

OUR LAND ROVERS
The Marrakech Express. The magazine’s new project vehicle, a Series III 109in Station Wagon

OUR LAND ROVERS
Martin Port’s 88in. The Series IIA 88in gets a soft-top in place of the hardtop in the space of a lunchtime

A LABOUR OF LOVE
A modified Series III Lightweight that now has a V8 and autobox

TECH AND TOOLBOX

CLASSIC DRIVING SCHOOL
What’s the Catch? Driving off-road in your classic Land Rover

WEEKEND WORKSHOP
The DIY adjustment of Series III rear wheelbearings at home

WEEKEND WORKSHOP
DIY replacement of early Series One axle Tracta Joints

JOURNEYS

THE BIRDSVILLE TRACK
Reminiscing about a journey in Australia’s Outback

TURNED OUT NICE AGAIN
Driving from Spain to Ireland with an unexpected twist

IN LIVINGSTONE’S TRACKS
How a Zambia-based company is keeping classics on African roads

VINTAGE BRITAIN – THE WITCHING HOUR
A Halloween Tale of Pendle Witches and Land Rovers

REGULARS

NEWS AND PRODUCTS
A round up of the month’s classic motoring news

CHARITY BEGINS IN CARDIFF
South Wales LRC Charity Run

EVENTS LISTING
Where to go in your classic Land Rover this autumn

LETTERS
Readers ask questions and have their say

RATES BILLING
Like Billing but in Rates, Portugal

MAY THE BEST TEAM WIN
Classic Action from Red Rose LRC’s War of the Roses

BILLING!
The annual Northamptonshire gathering

WAR AND PEACE BREAKS OUT
The world’s largest military vehicle gathering

VINTAGE ESSENTIALS
Remember the brass Primus stove and its meths and paraffin? We do

BEHIND THE WHEEL
If it ain’t leaking, it’s empty. Dave Marsh ponders the myth