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In this issue

Inside you'll find one of our favourite Land Rovers, Ruby The Landy, who is looking to move onto pastures new, but now before we look back through all the adventures she has experienced with owners Jenny Bright and Gavin Lowrie.

We've also been on a voyage into Derbyshire to explore the inner workings of Bowler Motorsport and how they can bring their years of competition prowess to your Land Rover; the latest Discovery Sport is tried and tested up in the Yorkshire Dales; Hereford 4x4 tell us more about their tricky time with a 101 Forward Control and an ambitious couple begin to realise their dreams by setting out on a once-in-a-lifetime journey from Cairo to Cape Town.

There's also a closer inspection at one of the Dunsfold Collection's most original machines, in the form of a very early County Station Wagon Ninety, while Marrion 4x4 run through how you can replace the seals on your injectors on the TDCi Puma Defenders.

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Land Rover only made the Lightweight for military customers. But how would a civvy one have looked? This month’s issue of The Landy features a hard-top whose owner reckons it might be the answer.

We’ve also got a unique Range Rover TD5 this month. Yes, you read that right. A late four-door, it’s been completely restored… around the entire powertrain from a Disco 2. And it’s probably got most of its life still ahead of it.

Elsewhere in this issue, news of resurgent sales from Land Rover’s dealerships as the global microchip shortage starts to ease, and a celebratory Defender 90 from Bowler – as well as best practice in green lane stewardship in the Lake District, the latest and best new products and, er, creme brûlée. Land Rovers go anywhere in more ways than one…

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