Classic Land Rover - April 2018

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LAND ROVERS

AN IMPULSE BUY
John Stokes at the S2C International Rally last year in a Series III Carawagon

CREATIVE CAMPER CONVERSION
Weekend camping trips? They’re all part of Land Rover life for Frank Dunhill and his family

SIR TINLEY RIDES AGAIN
More tales of a 1957 107in Station Wagon’s journey around South Africa

WYE NOT?
Canoeing is the perfect getaway for the Classic Land Rover crew

IT’S A DOG’S LIFE
Toby Savage tells you all you need to know about taking your dog abroad

PARK LIFE
Where better to celebrate a birthday than on a couple of gentle green lanes in the Yorkshire Dales National Park?

THE PERENTIE
Justin Burton’s Land Rover Perentie 4x4 Regional Force Surveillance Vehicle

TAMING THE SNOWY MOUNTAINS
If one car could claim to have tamed the Snowy Mountains in Australia, it was the Land Rover, especially the plucky Series One

SOMETHING OLD, SOMETHING NEW
Emrys Kirby drives Dunsfold’s early production Ninety and reflects on Land Rover’s fortunes since the mid-1980s

JOURNEYS

THE GREEN FIELDS OF FRANCE
A sombre safari to the Somme battlefields with members of the Lightweight Land Rover Club

IBERIAN INTERLUDE
A summer getaway to Spain and Portugal in an 88in Series III Searle Safari is easier than you may imagine

TECH AND TOOLBOX

FROM SORN TO REBORN – PART THREE
Toby Savage reports on the latest in the bid to rejuvenate a neglected 1993 Range Rover Vogue

CLOCK WATCHING
Mike Flannery is a leading specialist in speedometer and clock repairs: Jim Willett finds out what makes him tick

MAKE DO AND MEND
Replacing the gas bottle holder on the door of a 1968 Searle Safari Camper

REGULARS

NEWS AND VIEWS
Letters received, products launched and other things of interest

BEHIND THE WHEEL
Winter’s Chill - Dave Marsh loves driving his Series Land Rover through the colder months

EVENT LISTINGS
Near and far, home and away, events in the year ahead

CENTRESPREAD
A left-hand-drive, export model, 1959 Series II 88in truck-cab with a British Columbia, Canada, number plate

VINTAGE ESSENTIALS
Debunking Myths; Lucas electrical components are nowhere near as bad as people imagine

OUR LAND ROVERS
Character Flaw - Martin Port is wishing he’d never bothered changing his tyres

LOOKING BACK
The Baikal-USSR Camel Trophy of 1990 featured all the elements of a Cold War spy novel