Classic Land Rover - March 2018

£4.60 (Approx $6.69 or €5.88)


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LAND ROVERS

RIDING HIGH
A different sort of project; a Cuthbertson-tracked IIA

HISTORY IN THE MAKING
One of the first Land Rovers to be seen by the public has been rediscovered

2018 DEFENDER WORKS V8
The first official V8-powered Defender to be introduced since 1998

FULL TO CAPACITY
The short-lived Series III High Capacity Pick-Up began a new direction for Land Rover’s utility vehicles

HIGH AND MIGHTY
Martin Port meets Michael Hall, the owner of a cherry picker he bought on a whim

THE WOOD WORKER
Barry Porter’s Series IIA works hard for a living in his furniture restoration business

SECOND TIME AROUND
Joe and Tom Kench tell the story of how their family has twice owned and restored this Series One

TESTING TIMES
Durability and validation driver Don Hall talks about his role in testing Discovery prototypes

TAKING THE TOP OFF
The joys of driving a Land Rover without a roof

ONE-TON WRECKER
Tom Waite’s ex-Kenning breakdown One-Ton is his daily transport - one of only 170 Series IIA examples built

POWERING THE FUTURE
Emrys Kirby drives Dunsfold’s 2,286cc petrol powered Series One 86in Station Wagon

TECH AND TOOLBOX

MARRAKECH RE-EXPRESS: BULKHEAD PART 2
The Marrakech Express’ bulkhead still required a lot of work and parts re-fitting to complete its refurbishment

MARRAKECH RE-EXPRESS: BODY
The Marrakech Express begins to look like a Land Rover again; May Hill Land Rovers re-assemble the bodywork

REGULARS

NEWS AND VIEWS
Letters received, products reviewed and news

BEHIND THE WHEEL
And Another Thing…John Carroll is turning into a cynical and grumpy old man. Scrappage schemes? Pah

EVENT REVIEWS
Toby Savage attended the Bicester Heritage Scramble on a chilly winter’s day

EVENT LISTINGS
Looking ahead to a busy 2018-19

CENTRESPREAD
The 1972 model year Land Rover Series III Station Wagons in 88 and 109in form

VINTAGE ESSENTIALS
Collectable radiator grille badges from the Scottish Land Rover Owners’ Club that mark two key moments

OUR LAND ROVERS
Abersoch-in-Wharfedale; there’s little to beat a late summer camping weekend with good mates

LOGGING ON
The Teuchter Wagon goes north and is sent to work straight after Christmas

OUR LAND ROVERS
Beginning a Journey - Elle Rogers recounts the tale of buying her first Series Land Rover, an ex-military 109in

LOOKING BACK
The Pennine Land Rover Club and the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway Preservation Society both have their origins in the 1960s

JOURNEYS

IN SEARCH OF A PASTY
Toby Savage recreates his 1960s family holiday route to Cornwall in his 1948 Land Rover