Land Rover Monthly is packed full of essentials on driving, modifying, maintaining, exploring and buying information for Land Rover enthusiasts everywhere!
Every issue is packed full of the latest news, what’s on, price guides and vehicles for sale. The magazine also has regular reports from well-known Land Rover enthusiasts and owners, celebrities and the Land Rover team themselves. We bring you exclusives of the latest Land Rovers as they are released, as well as the classics.
The magazine also has an extensive technical section packed full of projects, repairs, modifications and advice guides. There’s also Land Rover clubs, miniature Land Rover models and much more! Click here to see the full archive.
ON THE COVER: Peak Land Rover: Could a 2.2 Puma engine swap for the SIIA be the perfect solution to bridging old and new? FEATURES: • The Bright Stuff: Traditional craftsmanship is at the heart of Duckworth Overland’s Aurochs camper. • Skye High: Even at the height of tourist season, the Isle of Skye is a magical place, as our editor discovers. • Newbury Spares Day: Our final spares day of 2022 at Newbury was another cracker, with lots of happy customers. CLASSICS FEATURES: • Celebrating in Style: A glitzy conclusion to our Trans-Americas Expedition 50th anniversary celebrations. • The Trials of Zit… We drive Zit, one of three iconic Series I triallers built by Land Rover legend, Stafford Dovey. TECHNICAL FEATURES: • Defender Dashboard upgrades: Continuing our Project Defender series, here is a neat solution to housing more media, extra gauges, switches and a CB radio in your 110. • Completing the build: The last step in our journey to get this TDCi engine built. • Replacing a coolant expansion tank and sensor: A simple but critical DIY job for the Discovery 4. • NEW: Project Freelander: A £300 Freelander – what could possibly go wrong? Ed Evans is about to find out as he embarks upon its rejuvenation. PLUS: Products, Events, Market News, Used Land Rovers for sale, and much more...