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There’s nothing like a bit of a back story to light a fire under a classic Land Rover. And the Wood and Pickett Rangey gracing the cover of this month’s issue of The Landy definitely qualifies. Having previously been used as as a work truck by a road-laying crew, this precious old rarity has been brought back to its original condition thanks to a years-long restoration. And it was worth it, too. Because this is a Range Rover with real provenance, having once been the property of one of the most famous names in the history of pop music… Another classic in this issue is a pristine Series IIA that’s just finished being restored by Land Rover specialist AJD Off-Road. It’s still on its original chassis, drivetrain, axles, panels, the lot… so much so that when it came to details like sorting a hole that had been cut out of its front grille, the AJD team went to astonishing lengths to avoid having to sully it with replacement parts. The 90 in this issue, on the other hand, is all about replacement parts – such as a BMW M57 diesel engine and 8-speed auto box. Its owner’s reasoning is that he’s made it future-proof – just in time for it to become tax exempt. Nice thinking. Whether the brand new Velar Plug-In Hybrid we’ve tested in this issue will still be on the road for as long as that old 90 is a question we suspect you can guess the answer to. Even so, it’s a clear sign of where Land Rover’s future lies – and a pretty special vehicle in its own right, too. But for special vehicles, allow us to point you to the recent auction at which a genuine Spectre 110 fetched more than the price of the average house. And that’s not even the special one. Elsewhere on the sale card was a 300 Tdi 90 with less than 700 (yes, seven hundred) miles on the clock. Care to guess how much it fetched? The new issue of The Landy has the answer!

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