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In this issue

Ever seen a Series IIA with a Rolls-Royce paint finish?
Probably not… but the star car in this month’s issue of The Landy is just that. Its owner took it to Gumtree 4x4 asking for a restoration like no other… and what she got was a Land Rover that exceeded even her own very high expectations.
Talking of high expectations, the Holland and Holland Range Rover remains the peak of Land Rover luxury and opulence. Actually, make that twin peaks, because there have been two of them – and with the P38 version still looking as magnificent as ever, maybe it’s not such a big deal that used examples of the L322 never seem to come up for sale.
Not that they’d be cheap even if they did – though the newly announced Defender Works V8 Trophy is more expensive still. This 25-off run of remanufactured 90s and 110s with a touch of Camel Trophy style starts at £195,000.
Yes, indeed…
We’ve got a road test of the plug-in hybrid Discovery Sport in this issue, too – as well as the story of a much-loved French laning event that’s been cancelled once again this year thanks to Covid – but which is set to come back with a bang in 2022. That’s on top of all the normal news, opinions, buyers’ info and Land Rovers for sale – and it’s completely free from all good Britpart dealers!

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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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