Truck Of The Irish
It’s taken nine long years, but Aussie-based Irish expat Eamon Tierney has finished rebuilding his 107 pick-up. And it’s a belter
This month: vehicle paperwork and owners’ handbooks. Never let it be said that Peter doesn’t seek out topics for his column that are designed to thrill and excite…
Banished from practising his famous tinkering skills in the Christmas Day kitchen, Jerry found the perfect way to keep out of everybody’s way until the turkey was ready
Never mind a vintage Roller – if you live in the north-east you can ask this beautiful Series III to get you to the church on time
The Over Lander
Old-school maps are better than any fancy tech for traversing the back of beyond, says Sam, who also offers a useful tip for coping with a flat battery
Our Man At Large
We present for you a special treat for the new year. Old Pearson’s Almanac: John’s forecast of what 2018 will bring to the Land Rover scene. Possibly...
Keep On Movin'!
When darkness falls, it’s usually time to stop racing and head for the bar. Not if you’re racing in the Malachi
Knock It Off!
Why cheap, pattern parts end up costing you loads
Give Us A Brake
Why is it that whenever something special is planned, our Land Rovers pick that very moment to let us down?
John Dean hops over to Oz for the Expo gathering
What A Lizard Wheeze!
As I write this, the first of my new regular column for LRO, I’m just about to set off to a motor show so it seemed appropriate to record some of the more memorable shows I attended in my Land Rover career.
John’s Stealthlaner is going great guns – apart from worn tyres and fluid leaks
Roverphile - What's The Struth Behind Odd Oz 107?
Accepted wisdom has it that the Australian Army didn’t order any new Land Rovers after its last 80-inch models until they called for a large quantity of Series IIs in 1959.
Sam Watson - The Overlander
A Series I perched on top of a 30-foot pole makes Sam do a double-take – but even that pales compared to what he’s about to see
Peter Galilee - The Knowledge
Peter won’t let the classic car MoT exemption issue lie, heads east for a Chinese takeaway, then ends up having a singsong with a video and bingeing on birthday parties
Mad For Mud
This Sport is no pampered driveway status symbol
Celebrating club hosts the trial of the half-century
Blue Skye thinking helps Sam improve his Discovery
Eyes Out For Fun
Hounding around on the Baskerville Challenge
Three faults, all traced and fixed for next to nothing
What A Bind
Mark finally concedes that Victor, his Freelander 1, needs a new viscous coupling unit in order to stop the destruction of his driveline
Spray Up And Pay Up
James tots up his Discovery’s to-do list...
Sam Watson - The Over Lander
A puncture in the middle of nowhere can leave more than just the tyre deflated. Sam, as usual, offers wise words – and some bitter experience
This show-winning beauty proves that P38s aren’t always trouble
Peter Galilee - The Knowledge
Peter assesses the Department for Transport’s review of MoT exemption for some old vehicles – and guess what? He concludes that they make very little sense...
Match Made In Heaven
Neil’s new wife’s wedding gift to him was a belter
John Pearson - Our Man At Large
Dodgy windscreen wipers, dodgy bacon rolls, a fantasy Land Rover wishlist and an inspirational fellow adventurer are all on JP’s radar this month
Jerry Thurston - The Tinkerer
Like Sir Isaac Newton and Humphrey Bogart, Jerry had the good fortune to have been born on Christmas Day. So he expects a double helping of presents. Here’s his list...
Watty gets to drive £1m of Jaguar Land Rover’s finest automobiles
All The Wiser...
…but all the poorer too. José learns the hard way what not to do when buying a D3 at an ‘unbeatable’ price