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What’s the best version of the new Defender? That’s a big question about a vehicle that can cost more than £100,000. But here’s the good news. We think we’ve found it – right at the bottom of the range. Our first impressions of the Defender 90 Hard-Top are in the new issue of The Landy. It’s the closest the new model has got to being like the old one – and that makes it a very good thing. The old Defender had a final fling a few years ago on the Shoals of Agulhas expedition. This was the last factory-backed overland mission before the classic Land Rover went out of production – there’s a look back at it in this issue, too. Forward controls are a bit of a subculture in the Land Rover game. If you’re into them, you’ll almost certainly know about Fluffy – a Series IIB that was converted some years ago into a camper van with a touch of the zombie apocalypse wagon in the way she looks. Fluffy has been off the road for a little while, but she’s still as big and bold as ever. Her owner recently put her up for sale, too – so what better time to take a look back at how he created her? You’ll find the story in the new issue of The Landy. You’ll also find the tale of an old military 90 that was restored in secret as a birthday present for its builder’s dad. Better than socks, right? We’ve also got a unique story this month about a Series IIA Pink Panther – not a real one, but a scale model recreated in such detail that the photos might well fool you. It’s an astonishing piece of work – and you’ll find it in all its glory in the new issue of The Landy!

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