Classic Land Rover - May 2014

£4.60 (Approx $6.10 or €5.37)


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LAND ROVERS

GENERATION GAME
Daniel Tomlinson’s childhood-inspired Series One 80in

REAR VIEW MIRROR - BRAVE NEW WORLD
The David Brown 25D meets the Land Rover Series One 88in

THE RHYL DEAL
A former fire engine that now fetches firewood

HAPPY CAMPER
Neil Pocock converted a former scrapman’s 109in into a bespoke camper

PORTUGUESE PICK-UP
A LHD 109in from Portugal with an unusual load-bed

TRIED AND TRUE BLUE
An Irish farm truck Series III gets another lease of life with its new owner

SHINY SIDE UP
Daniel Atkinson’s restored Series IIA Lightweight

OUR LAND ROVERS - SANTANA
Storm Troopers - Ros Woodham and the 109in in the aftermath of the winter storms

OUR LAND ROVERS - SERIES ONE 80IN
Kev Mills on engine swaps and Minerva imports

OUR LAND ROVERS - SERIES IIA 88IN
Martin Port on freewheeling hub and alternator woes

BITS & PIECES
A Series II 88in rebuilt with an Mpi Discovery petrol engine

TECH AND TOOLBOX

ROPE TRICKS
All you need to know about tow ropes

SMALL PLEASURES
Making a radio controlled Series One

SPRINGING BACK
How to replace Land Rover leaf springs

BREATHE EASY
Axle Breathers are essential for fording in your Land Rover

MARRAKECH EXPRESS - PAINT YOUR WAGON
Our project Series III 109in Station Wagon gets a new coat of paint

JOURNEYS

VINTAGE BRITAIN - AT HOME IN HAMPSHIRE
Martin Port makes a sentimental pilgrimage

A MONSTER TRIP
A Scottish off-road Land Rover trip with a difference

NOSTALGIA
Eric Hayman's tales from a life lived in Land Rovers

REGULARS

NEWS AND PRODUCTS
All that’s new for classic Land Rovers

LETTERS
Readers enthuse about their Land Rovers and their dogs

EVENTS LISTING
2014 is shaping up to be a very busy year

CENTRESPREAD
A Series III 88in off-road when it was new in the late seventies

VINTAGE ESSENTIALS
Ian Clegg reminisces about his old Nikon FE2 SLR camera

MEMORY LANE - TAKING THE RUPP WITH THE SMOOTH
A tentative start to greenlaning in the 1980s for one group of friends

BEHIND THE WHEEL
Times they are a-changing - John Carroll wonders about the future for Land Rover clubs and their umbrella organisation