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NEW DISCOVERY REVEALED

NEW DISCOVERY REVEALED

The fifth-generation Discovery has been unveiled. But is the shock of the new going to prove much to Land Rover enthusiasts, asks Land Rover Monthly editor, Dave Phillips

SOUTH AFRICAN BMW 2.8 DEFENDER

SOUTH AFRICAN BMW 2.8 DEFENDER

Thought all the best Defenders came from Solihull? Think again. Those that have driven or owned the South African BMW 2.8 Defender reckon it is the best Land Rover, ever

EX-SAS RANGE ROVER CLASSIC

EX-SAS RANGE ROVER CLASSIC

The Range Rover Classic is as legendary as the SAS itself. Enthusiast Chic Doig recently acquired an ex-22 Regiment SAS vehicle after a ten-year wait

RESTORED RANGE ROVER

RESTORED RANGE ROVER

He always dreamed of having his restored Range Rover featured in LRM. Here's how his dream came true...

FAMILY CAMPER DEFENDER

FAMILY CAMPER DEFENDER

John Dyer builds a Defender camper that offers generous space and comfort for all  the family

DEFENDER OF THE DISABLED

DEFENDER OF THE DISABLED

Being disabled does not mean the end of all country pursuits, especially if you own a Defender

DEFENDER CAMPER

DEFENDER CAMPER

Errol Wright wanted a 'dream home' Defender where he could cook, clean up and sleep in the back...  so he built himself one

THE LAND ROVER FAMILY TREE

THE LAND ROVER FAMILY TREE

It's 20 years have gone since Land Rover passed into foreign ownership. But where did the company come from and how did the staff get there? Dave Phillips traces the LR family tree...

THE DARIEN GAP EXPEDITION

THE DARIEN GAP EXPEDITION

In 1972 a British colonel led two Range Rovers, 28 horses, 12 murderers and a Series IIA across the Darien Gap. LRM caught up with him 45 years on

SERIES IIB FC MOBILE WELDER

SERIES IIB FC MOBILE WELDER

John Hill bought his Series IIB Forward Control back in 1971. Both are still going strong...

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