WHAT'S INSIDE THE SEPTEMBER 2016 ISSUE OF LAND ROVER OWNER
The September 2016 issue of LRO is available to download from the AppStore for iPad and iPhone, on Play Newsstand for Google Android devices (in countries listed on Google Support) and Mac or PC desktops with Google Chrome, and on Nook, Kobo, Readly or Zinio.
The September 2016 issue of Land Rover Owner International is now available to buy in the shops, or to download for digital devices - packed full of Land Rover goodness!
Here's a little taster of the features you can look forward to:
‘Make it fast’, was this Disco 2 owner’s brief to tuning genius José Amorim. Did he succeed? Jérôme André will tell you as soon as he’s able to talk again.
Inspiration To The End
Peter Galilee meets the owner of this Huey-inspired Heritage Defender, which led Land Rover to build a very historic twin of its own.
Can’t afford a factory-built Heritage Defender? Fear not. These readers show how to build your own for a fraction of the cost.
A Wall Of A Time
Neil Watterson follows Hadrian’s Wall from coast to coast, taking in as many Greenlanes as he can on the way.
The Defender That Never Was
In the 1990s Land Rover wanted a lighter Defender to take on Toyota’s Hi-Lux. James Taylor reveals the ill-fated history of the Challenger project.
Just Popping Into The Garage
After five years of interrupted evenings in his garage, a builder from Leicestershire, in no special hurry, has completed a fine SIII rebuild.
‘People Tell Me What They’d Like; I Try To Find Their Perfect Land Rover’
Well, you’d expect nothing less from a place called Land Rover Heaven. Meet the boss and the coolest 44 acres of rural Australia.