Classic Land Rover - March 2014

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LAND ROVERS

MAD ABOUT SERIES ONES
The family where everyone drives Series Ones

REAR VIEW MIRROR - SPECIAL RELATIONSHIP
NATO buddies: Series IIA Land Rover and M38A1 Jeep

IDENTITY CRISIS
A working Series IIA 88in restored and enjoying retirement in Waterford

SHE’LL BE RIGHT MATE!
An 88in Series II still working hard in Central Queensland, Australia

BEST 4X2 BY FAR?
A restored example of the rare 4x2 variant of the Series One

NOT FOR SALE
It might be a long way to Tipperary but these Land Rovers have got that far

BEAUTIFULLY KNOCKED TOGETHER
A Series One pick-up that’s been to Australia and back and picked up a V8 on the way

OUR LAND ROVERS
Series IIA, IIB and something else: The Land Rovers of Martin Port, Tony Sinclair and John Carroll

LONG TERM INVESTMENT
A top notch restoration of the increasingly rare Series IIA 109in hard-top

TECH AND TOOLBOX

CLASSIC DRIVING SCHOOL - TREAD CAREFULLY
The ins and outs of tyres for classic Land Rovers

WEEKEND WORKSHOP - AIM HIGH
Sorting out Series Land Rover headlamps

WEEKEND WORKSHOP - PERSPEX PERSPIRATION
Replacing the perspex windows in Series One doors

THE MARRAKECH EXPRESS - PART 4
The CLR shoestring overlander project, a Series III 109in Station Wagon gets an overhauled 2.5NA diesel fitted

JOURNEYS

VINTAGE BRITAIN – A SHROPSHIRE LANE
Exploring Shropshire’s heritage in a trio of 88in Land Rovers

SLOW DOWN THE PACE
German Oliver Moll travels with his family in a Series IIA 109in Station Wagon

KIWI KEITH
One man’s life with Land Rover on New Zealand’s South Island

REGULARS

NEWS AND PRODUCTS
The regular round up of the month’s classic Land Rover news

LETTERS
Readers’ letters, emails, photographs and their dogs

MILITARY MACHINES
The annual Solent Overlord military vehicle extravaganza

EVENTS LISTING
Classic Land Rover events for the coming year

VINTAGE ESSENTIALS
The hammer - it’s been around for centuries and it’s often essential

BEHIND THE WHEEL COLUMN
It’s a V8 mate! Dave Marsh on the lure of the bent-eight engine