WRITTEN-OFF DEFENDER REBUILT
On this month’s cover we feature the Defender TDCi that’s been heroically transformed from insurance write-off to fresh-faced family 4x4. History buff James Taylor also reveals the story behind a beautiful Series IIA forward control fire engine built on a short-wheelbase (yes, 88in!) chassis. Dinky, brilliant and its backstory makes a great read.
Team LRO gets plastered too, as we chuck our Land Rovers into the mud and compare 14 very different methods for getting them free. Did you know you can make a winch out of two branches? It works! Sort of.
Other highlights of the January 2019 issue include…
Meet the humble Discovery 1 with half a MILLION miles on the clock
Boost your lighting against the winter gloom
Range Rover Evoque 2 info
Greenlaning in winter – where to go and how to do it
Restored! This stunning Range Rover Classic LSE
Land Rover swivels, how to overhaul and replace them yourself
Australian epic in a D2 trayback with adventurer John Pearson
How to get maximum efficiency from a Series braking system
Tested: Mark Saville drives the new hybrid Range Rover Sport PHEV
Spectacular modified Defender 110 built for a unique humanitarian mission
Your Land Rover stories in print, and a few of ours too
Range Rover P38 tailgate button – fixed!
Range Rover Classic resto continues. Learn how to build brakes and fuel components
And loads more!