These charming hardback books, which are beautifully written and illustrated by Veronica Lamond, are an excellent gift idea for any
Land Rover fan - whatever their age!
“Scamp races Fender down the track - they have lots
of things to do and lots of friends to meet!...”
“Landy has been left abandoned for many years until,
one day, Jack finds him...”
“Dan and Fender spend a day working up on the cliff
top. Then Jack calls for help and they drive off to the
“Inside the envelope, he found a letter from the
Land Rover factory. “How exciting, Landy,” said Jack.
“We’ve been invited to visit the factory to celebrate
your 60th birthday!”…”
FENDER AFRICA NEW
“Fender and Dan are on their long trip through Africa,
from Cairo to Cape Town. Come and join them on their
“After a very windy night, Jack decides it’s time to
gather up all the fallen apples. Landy helps him bring
the harvest home…”
LANDY NEW HOME
“Jack and Landy are busy setting up their small holding
but Landy feels left out. When Fender arrives, Landy
realises he hasn’t been forgotten after all...”
“Fender watched the fishermen fixing their boats and
the swing shovel at work. Meanwhile, Dan and Jack
weren’t having much luck....”
The World's Most Versatile 4X4
From the publishers of Land Rover Monthly a 220 page celebration of the Discovery.
Buying, restoring, modifying, driving - the ultimate Land Rover Discovery guide.
Range Rover - The First Fifty
Range Rover - The First Fifty Prototypes
YVBs and NXCs - the story of the early Range
Rovers. Today, the Range Rover is a legend. The
original design lasted in production for more than
a quarter of a century. It is those very first Range
Rovers which are the subject of this book. Its
aim is to record the story of the earliest vehicles
before it becomes lost in the mists of legend
and distorted by commercial misrepresentation.
It looks at three distinct groups of vehicles.
These are the Engineering Prototypes (of which
there were seven), the Pre-Production Vehicles
(of which there were 28, most registered in the
YVB-H series), and the Press Launch Vehicles (of
which there were 20, all registered in the NXC-H
series). The total comes to slightly more than 50
vehicles. With 160 illustrations and 160 pages.
A Celebration of the
From the publishers of
Land Rover Monthly a 228
page celebration of the
Defender including vehicles
through the ages, rebuilds
& repairs and buyers