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Land Rover Monthly

Land Rover Monthly Winter 2021

The magazine that covers all you need to know about your Land Rover. Every month our team of experts will bring you inspiring features on inspiring UK and overseas driving and adventures, stunning restorations, technical knowledge and how-to instructions, news, views and opinions on all things Land Rover, old and new!

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United Kingdom
Warners Group Publications Plc
13 Issues

in this issue

1 min
lrm’s fleet

PATRICK CRUYWAGEN EDITOR 1999 Defender 110 2.8 DAVE PHILLIPS CONTRIBUTOR 1984 Ninety 300Tdi ED EVANS TECHNICAL EDITOR 1976 Series III 88 soft top 1989 Ninety Station Wagon 1998 Discovery 300Tdi 2000 Freelander 1 L-series 2000 Defender 110 Td5 2006 Range Rover Sport TDV6 TREVOR CUTHBERT CONTRIBUTOR 1984 Land Rover 90 Mazda 3.5 Tdi automatic soft top (rebuild project) 1990 Land Rover One Ten LHD V8 soft top 1994 Defender 130 Tipper 300Tdi 1998 Defender 90 Station Wagon 2.8i BMW six-clyinder petrol 2002 Discovery 2 Td5 Adventurer 2004 Defender 90 Td5 hard top…

1 min

"When you said your Grandad's Land Rover was 'cool', was that because it doesn't have a heater?" IAN WEST Ian’s been driving Land Rovers for over 40 years and drawing for LRM since issue 2. He lives on the coast of East Anglia and drives a Freelander 2 DISCLAIMER: The views expressed by contributors and advertisers are not necessarily those of the publishers. Every care is taken to ensure that the contents of the magazine are accurate but the publishers cannot accept responsibility for errors. While reasonable care is taken when accepting advertisements, the publishers cannot accept responsibility for any resulting unsatisfactory transactions. They will however investigate any written complaints.…

1 min
2020 royal automobile club’s historic awards nominations

THE finalists for the 2020 Royal Automobile Club Historic Awards, which recognise outstanding achievements within the British historic motoring and motorsport world, have now been revealed, and we’re delighted to hear that two of the finalists in the eight categories are green oval related. Firstly, in the Outstanding Journalism class, one of the three challengers is none other than our very own Gary Pusey for his article on Ted Reilly and Jezebel (in the November 2020 issue of LRM), who created the enduring legacy of Eswatini’s nation parks. And secondly, the Restoration classification sees JUE 477 as restored by Julian Shoolheifer (you can read our exclusive interview with him in the December 2020 issue) fighting it out against a 1911 De Dion lorry and a 1981 Ford Escort Mk 2.…

1 min
your pictures

@LRMonthly facebook.com/LandRoverMonthly @land_rover_monthly @Landrovermonthly Send us your shots Email your pics to patrick@lrm.co.uk and you could see your Landy in LRM! Want to see more of your Landy pictures? Then visit our new website: landrovermonthly.co.uk…

2 min

NOMAD BOX PRICE: £54.55 CONTACT: devon4x4.com GET your gear organised and neatly stored in these reinforced Nomad boxes. Available in black, olive and sand colours. Size: 517 x 404 x 233 mm. SELF RECOVERY PRICE: £249.95 CONTACT: devon4x4.com IF you are travelling on your own and you don’t have a winch then you might want a set of Maxtrax. Best self-recovery piece of gear on the market. Great forwhen you’re in the sand and mud. BULKHEAD BONNET HINGE PRICE: £6.60 CONTACT: yrmit.co.uk THESE ready to weld-on Bulkhead Bonnet Hinges are for Defenders, Series IIs and IIIs. They are made from 4 mm mild steel and are laser cut and CNC folded for accuracy. SEATBELT REAR TUBE ASSEMBLY PRICE: £83.94 CONTACT: sp-4x4.com THIS tubes goes from your rear crossmember to under the rear wheel arch, to bolt the seat belt to. You will need one for…

5 min
built to toil

MY highlight this month has to be my first trip back to my home county of Norfolk since July. And the highlight of the highlight was meeting up with workshop legend Richard Hall, owner of the Norfolk Garage that he writes about every month in LRM. He’s a very clever man – an Oxbridge historian, no less – and smart enough to abandon a lucrative career as a top accountant and company director to follow his love of spannering leaf-sprung Land Rovers. You can read about this fascinating interview elsewhere in this issue (see page 72), so I’ll say no more about it here, but I couldn’t help noticing a muddy Series IIA pick-up parked outside his garage, complete with Ifor Williams aluminium canopy. It looked like a farmer’s working vehicle…