Land Rover Owner International magazine, January 2021 Issue

BETTER THAN NEW DEFENDER

Front cover of LRO magazine's February 2021 issue

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Our cover for the Jan 2021 issue features a stunning Defender 110, built to mimic NAS spec by the boss of MUD UK. He’s retained the 300Tdi for export reasons and added some interested touches to suit the Canadian climate. It’s a proper job!

Also this month we’ve a brand new UK-wide adventure that you can join too. Called the The LRO Adventure Trail, this 3800-mile loop around the British mainland and Northern Ireland takes in masses of wonderful greenlanes and twisty tarmac between unmissable attractions and viewpoints. It’s the ultimate multi-phase adventure, and it starts this month at the England/Scotland border in Northumberland.

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Also in the January 2021 issue of LRO…

• Discovery 5 buying guide – get clued up before risking your cash

• Exploring Australia’s remote and difficult Northern Territory by Land Rover

• Mudmaster event report – a brutal navigation challenge in Scotland

• It’s easier to fit flappy paddles to a Range Rover L322 than you might think. We show you how

• Absolutely beautiful lights-through-the-grille Series I 80in restoration

• How to replace Freelander 2 front suspension dampers

• Land Rover related products used and abused by the LRO team

• Tyre know-how – tips and tricks for getting maximum lifespan out of your tyres

• Readers’ spannery antics in Lockdown Land Rovers

• Dates and details of 2021-22 expeditions you can plan, with the LRO Adventure Club

• Katrina Smith’s inspiring expedition-equipped Discovery 1

• Four pages of brand-new products (Christmas is coming…)

• Special Range Rover Classics and Series hinges investigated, in Roverphile

• 15 of your tech queries answered by our Land Rover specialists

• The story of how our 110 was put back on the road after being stripped by thieves

• Incredible DIY-built Forward Control demountable camper

• How to rebuild a battered and crusty Defender seat box

• News of Series I ‘Oxford’ in Utah and more, in Club Zone

• Columns from writers Peter Galilee, Sam Watson, Vicky Turner and Jerry Thurston

• Neil talks Italian Jeeps, and a little mishap with his Series IIA, in Watty’s World

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