The April issue of LRO is on sale now
Defenders are still in great demand and the last of the line, 2.2 TDCi are very sought after these days. We’ve got all the info you need if you’re buying, or own, one.
While some owners are happy to keep their Land Rovers standard, loads of us like to improve ours, and ‘Big Steve, as Tim Chapman has called his Ninety, is one such vehicle. Winner of our Modified Land Rover of the Year 2017, it’s a formidable beast.
There’s something for everyone in the issue, including a look at the significant Land Rovers from each decade of production. It also includes:
- 26 great new products
- Greenlaning in Wiltshire and Dorset
- Driving and surviving the world’s coldest inhabited place in Russia
- Seven decades of Land Rover, including Series I, Series IIA. Range Rover Classic, One Ten, Discovery 1, Range Rover L322, Range Rover Evoque
- Rebuilt 3.9-litre Defender 90
- How a cherry picker works
- Road-v-rail in classic car and Series I
- 4x2 Land Rover Series I (FUV)
- Rebuilt Series II
- To India and back by Series I and Brockhouse trailer, in 1962
- Discovery 1 ambulance
- Fitting a Defender TDCi raised air intake and pipework
- Stripping the cabin on a Range Rover Classic
- How to renew Td5 injector seals
- How to replace Series fuel tank outrigger
- 16 workshop questions answered
- Cheltenham and Cotswold Land Rover Owners’ Club trial report
And much more!