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In this issue

Our cover story focuses on the survival of a 27-year event thanks to Forestrax 4x4, with privileged 4x4 owners getting the chance to explore the beautiful Cannock Chase once a month.

Terrafirma 4x4 show off their latest creation, harnessed with innovative new off-road tech that you can get on your Landy.

Arkonik is hitting the headlines again with their return to the UK market, so we look closer at two builds that illustrate why their Land Rovers are so special.

We catch up with Defender Adventure as they continue their expedition south from Cairo to Cape Town, a rare Series I comes out of hiding after 15 years and Team Syncro Racing run us through their hectic year competing against the big boys in Ultra4.

There’s also a feature on changing the rear axle of a Defender, with Marrion 4x4 providing the expert eyes and things to look out for.

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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