The August 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!
An Aston-Martin V12 powered Range Rover, V8 ex-RAF Series I, Quentin Wilson's Stage 1 V8, the oldest surviving 110 prototype, a restored factory-built V8 Ninety and two competition Land Rovers all make an appearance in this month's essential Land Rover magazine.
Plus, greenlaning in the Peak District, Peter Crichton's voyage of Discovery, José's Discovery 2 and all the garage/workshop nitty-gritty you can get your teeth into.
BEAST OF BRITISH
What shows off the best of our nation's breeding better than a Range Rover and Aston Martin? Jerry Thurston tames a mix of both.
CLEARED FOR TAKE-OFF!
After a lengthy, ground-up restoration, this ex-RAF Series I’s owner can finally see light at the end of the runway.
SCRAPPED, ER - I DON'T THINK SO!
Said to be lost for many years and recorded as scrapped, this prototype One Ten is the oldest survivor, says James Taylor.
A new competition class for modified Land Rovers could be just what the off-road scene needs. Russ Brown took two vehicles and two of the UK's best drivers to find out what it's all about.
THE COUNTRY SET
Mark Saville takes the wheel of a beautifully restored,upgraded, factory-built V8 Ninety County Station Wagon.
WHITE PEAK PARADISE
Theo discovers wild hills in the heart of the Peak District, using greenlanes you may not be able to drive for much longer.
CONQUERNG THE DIVIDE - PART 2
After all the planning and preparation, and sorting out the Discovery’s running issues, Peter Crichton’s epic adventure can begin. Join him in Central America…
QUENTIN WILSON's LAND ROVER FOUND!
After years in hiding, the Java Green Stage 1 V8 pick-up that once belonged to TV presenter Quentin Wilson has been rescued.
Four lads, a big idea but no experience. Peter Marche tells of a 1970 escape to South Africa with a Series IIA Land Rover.