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Land Rover Yearbook 2020

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You've seen the new Defender, and at last you can buy one. But should you?


The answer is in the 2020 Land Rover Yearbook – the ever-popular annual for fans and owners of all things Landy. And in addition to its analysis of the new Defender, the Yearbook is jam-packed with features on rare, classic and fascinating Land Rovers and Range Rovers – including some of the most extraordinary custom builds you'll ever see.


If a six-wheeled 110 motorhome isn't your thing, perhaps a hot-rod Range Rover pick-up might be? Or a 90 rebuilt as the pinnacle of a lifetime's work by one of the best known names in the off-roading scene? How about an early Discovery that still looks like the day it left the showroom, or a teenager who grew up to own the car he lusted after in his youth - a Series IIB forward control…?


That's just for starters. We've got Ford and Cummins-engined 110s in profile, a £450,000 Mk2 Range Rover that once belonged to Noel Edmonds and a long-lost Series I that came home after many years to the family that had learned to drive in it.


Oh, and there are tales of adventure travel from Europe, Africa and South America, as well as advice on living in your Land Rover and step-by-step workshop guides to a jobs on a variety of Land Rovers. Plus tests on the new Evoque and the ultimate long-wheelbase Range Rover - and a comprehensive Buyers' Guide to every vehicle Land Rover has ever made.

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