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In this issue

It's not uncommon to see Land Rovers being converted into camping vehicles of one kind or another. But a Discovery 2 motorhome? Now, that's a rarity…

Fully fitted with a cooker, toilet, kitchen sink (of course), double bed and even a cellar, the front cover star of this month's issue of The Landy is a Disco like no other. Well, we'd imagine plenty of people will be looking on and hatching plans to copy it themselves, but for now the only place to see it is on our pages!

You'll also find an ultra-rare Range Rover Braemar edition in this issue, as well as a beautiful Stage 1 pick-up that's been restored by the masters of the craft at JE MotorWorks.

We've got workshop wisdom on replacing corroded brake lines, too. And when you're out there travelling the world in your Land Rover, what do you do if the unthinkable happens and you suffer a major breakdown? Turn to the new issue of The Landy for expert advice on that, too - as well as for all the usual news, views, reviews and a wide range of vehicles for sale.

The Landy Magazine Description:

PublisherAssignment Media Ltd

CategoryAutomotive

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyMonthly

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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