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1 SERIES ONE CLUB THE ORIGINAL LAND ROVER T H E ^ 'L A N O ^ ^ v T r o v e r ^ SERIES ONE CLUB C L U B A W A R D S H

2 ISSUE NEWS T h e N E C C lassic C ar S how 6 NEWS P art suppliers an d e ven t info 8 LETTERS L R S O C m em b ers h ave th e ir say EVENTS Fill u p your n ew diary NATIONAL RALLY A definite for that new diary 12 FORUM M o re o n ally b u lkh e ad s 14 LIVING THE LEGEND M em b ers pictures of their Land Rovers 18 WHAT THE PAPERS SAY S eries O n es in th e m edia 20 AROUND THE SHIRES M ore events from pictured 28 FACTORY PHOTOS G reat archive pictures from Solihull 31 AFRICAN 86IN A Series O ne in Kenya 32 NORWAY O verlandin g by Series O n e THEY BEGAN AS BONE-SHAKERS W ITH DOORS AS OPTION L a n d R o v e r, t h e 4 x 4 t h a t h a s a s o u l i.taeaa 34 BELGIUM M inervas in action 38 GRX REBUILD T h e b e a t goes on 41 READERS' TECH U p g ra d in g th e h e a te r by M ic k B urn 42 READERS' TECH Fitting m ud flaps by G raem e Aldous 44 READERS' TECH Refurbishing the speedo by M ike Flannery 46 CLASSIFIEDS 51 CLUB SHOP Cover picture Anjo Hoogendoorn q j p C L U B A W A R D S * You arc cordially invited to the Classic & Sports C a r C lub Awards, on Sarurdav 13th November. Please join us for pre-awards drinks from 7pm i n - r f v S u iit v * n ~ h u» h i c n n f c i H o r h o a n r m n m

3 E d ito r ia l... O ver th e years th a t I've been inv o lv e d w ith b ik e s a n d J e e p s a n d L a n d R o v e rs I v e w o n a h a n d fu l o f tria ls tro p h ie s a n d a c o u p le of o th e rs - m a in ly fo r s h o w in g u p - fro m th e A L R C a n d th e L R S O C. H o w e v e r th e re 's th re e th in g s th a t I'v e w o n th a t I m still q u i etly, re a lly ra th e r p ro u d of; 1. In th e la te e ig h tie s, I w o n a tro p h y fo r b e in g in th e w in in g te a m o f six a t th e R e d R o se L R C, W a r o f th e R o s e s w in c h fe s t o n e y e a r (c o u n te re d b y b e in g in a te a m th a t c a m e last o n c e to o ). 2. In th e e a rly n in e tie s, I w o n a tro p h y for B e s t T rik e a t th e N a tio n a l C h o p p e r C lu b s A u g u s t B a n k H o lid a y ru n to E d in b u rg h. I d id n t b u ild th e trik e - h a lf a V o lk s w a g e n - o r p a in t it b u t I d id th e m ile s o n it, a s p a rt o f th e te a m, a s w e fle w th e c o lo u rs fo r B S H m a g a z in e th a t I w o rk e d o n a t th e tim e, rid in g it fro m M a n c h e s te r to K e n t, S h e p to n M a lle t, E d in b u rg h a n d b e y o n d. 3. In th e la te n in e tie s, in th e d im a n d d is ta n t h e y d a y o f Lan d R o v e r W o rld, w e w o n th e IP C E d ito rial A w a rd s fo r b e s t im a g e (w ith W a y n e M itc h e ls o n s p ic tu re ) a n d m y te a m w o n b e s t s u b b in g te a m against so m e big players a t IP C m agazin es. T h e p o in t is th a t th e y 're all te a m w in s b u t now, I h a v e fo u r th in g s to b e p ro u d of. I a m v e ry p le a s e d to say th a t L e g e n d m a g a z in e w o n th e C lu b M a g a z in e o f th e Y e a r a t th e C lassic a n d S p o rts C ar m a g a z in e C lu b A w a rd s a t th is y e a r's C lassic M o to r S h o w a t th e N E C. T h is too is a big, te a m w in ; th e ju d g e s w o u ld n t h a v e b e e n im p re s s e d w ith e m p ty p a g e s in th e L e g e n d s in clu sive th a t I s e n t in so th is a w a rd is a s m u c h fo r th e m e m b e rs a n d o th ers w h o c o n trib u te to L eg end a s it is fo r R os W o o d h a m th e d e s ig n e r a n d m y s e lf (th e ju d g e s m e n tio n e d th e c o n te n t, th e d e s ig n, th e p h o to g ra p h y a n d L o u ise L im b s h a n d -d ra w n a rtw o rk ). R e a d a b o u t w h a t th e ju d g e s said a b o u t L e g e n d o n p a g e 4. M y th a n k s to a ll w h o c o n trib u te to L e g e n d, w e c a n all fe e l p ro u d o f o u r c lu b m a g a z in e an d w ithout us all it s nothing. J C Smaliprint Committee members appreciate it if club members would telephone before 9.30pm. Thank you. Before using green roads always check with the local authority if you have any doubts about current rights of way. Members are reminded that under the rules of the Association of Land Rover Clubs and the Motor Sports Association (MSA) our club is non-competitive and therefore our members cannot enter competitive off-road events under our membership card as either driver or passenger. Please note that if you do not renew your membership when it is due you may not be included in the mailing list for Legend and there is no guarantee of the availability of back issues. To avoid disappointment please renew on time. Data Protection Act: Members' Personal Details. It is club policy not to release members' details and you are asked not to contact the membership secretary for this information. This magazine is copyright of the Land Rover Series One Club Ltd. Apart from free use with acknowledgement by other ALRC clubs, it may not be reproduced in whole or in part without prior permission. We gratefully acknowledge permission from Land Rover Limited to reproduce material for which it holds copyright. Submissions for Legend PLEASE NOTE NEW ADDRESS; Legend, PO Box 1 8 7, Huddersfield, HD8 8HP. Please send articles, photos and letters to John Carroll: Legend, PO Box 187, Huddersfield, HD8 8HP. Please send adverts to Russell Hearn: lrsoc.com, River Way, Loughton, Essex, IG 10 3LL Company nam e: Land Rover Series One Club Ltd Company number: VAT number: Club e-m ail address: lrsoc.com S E R I E S O N E C L U B

4 News Snippets T h e C l a s s i c & S p o r t s C a r C l u b A w a r d s T h e C lassic & S ports C ar C lu b A w a rd s - in a s sociatio n w ith L a n c a s te r In s u ra n c e - a t th e N E C C lassic C a r S h o w a re C & S C m a g a z in e s o p p o rtu n ity to re c o g n is e a n d re w a rd a ll o f th e h ard w o rk p u t in by c la s s ic c a r c lu b s th ro u g h o u t th e y e a r, a c c o rd in g to th e m a g a z in e s D a v id E vans. S ev en of th e a w a rd s c o v e r c a te g o rie s d e c id e d a h e a d of th e show - club m agazines, w e b site s a n d e v e n ts - w h ile a n o th e r s e ven a r e d e c id e d a t th e ev e n t, fo r s ta n d d is p la y s o r th e m e s a n d in d iv id u a l v e h ic le s in c lu d in g th e C a r o f th e S how. C lu b M a g a z in e o f th e Year; As a lw a y s," e x p la in e d C & S C s ed ito r a t larg e S im o n Taylor, "th e C lu b M a g a z in e of th e Y ear w as th e m ost ke e n ly co n te s te d category, b u t th is year w e w ere inundated w ith a record n u m b e r o f entries. Five fo rm e r w in n e rs w e re shortlisted, in clu d in g o n e o f o u r ru n n e rs -u p - th e T V R C a r C lu b 's S p rint, e d ited by M a n d y O N e a l, w h ic h is in jo in t s econd p la c e w ith J a g u a r Driver, edited by Steve Ferm or. B u t th e ju d g e s - fo r o n c e u n a n im o u s o ver s o m e th in g - p re fe rre d th e c le a n e r layout o f o u r w in n er. M a y b e th at look re flects th e d o w n -to -e a rth nature of its featured vehicle. T h e p u b lic a tio n h as a p ro p er pro fessional fe el to it, w ith outstanding use of photography - even specially com m issio n ed c o v e r artw o rk - plus a n e x c e lle n t b le n d o f e v e n t reports, te c h n ic a l a rtic le s a n d restoratio n stories. W onderful archive m aterial fe a tu re s, too. C lu b M a g a zin e of th e Y ear goes to th e S eries O n e L a n d -R o v e r C lu b s L eg end, edited by John Carroll. S im o n T aylor is m a s te r o f ce r e m o n ie s a t th e C & S C C lu b A w ards. Sim on has been a m otoring journalist fo r m o re th a n 4 0 ye ars, a n d a m o to r-ra c in g c o m m e n ta to r an d p re s e n te r o n te le visio n a n d radio for over 3 0 years. H e devised W hat Lisa Joy of Lan caster Insurance presen ting JC w ith the C&SC aw ard for Club M agazine of the Year C L U B a w a r d s Z^v / X lahcastir S J s O O A T,d N W.T H B B W You art cordially invited to * e Classic 8c Spotts Car Club AwardsonSanmla>.JthSo>cmbcr. to Hail i near the O M K * - T h e C & S C C lu b A'va nfc "1 0 «* «r i Car? in a n d w e n t o n to b e c h a irm a n o f H a y m a rk e t M a g a z in e s. S im o n is e d ito r a t larg e o f C lassic & S ports C ar, fo r w h ic h h e w rite s th e p o p u lar Full T h ro ttle c o lu m n, plus regular running reports on his classics in clu d in g th e H W M -C h e v - rolet, th e S to vebolt S p e cia l, an d his B en tle y S e d a n c a, w h ic h w as displayed on th e R o lls-r o yce Enthusiasts C lu b stan d a t th e Classic M otor Show.

5 C L U B AWARDS LANCASTER IN A S S O C IA T IO N W IT H k m k e B E S T C L U B W E B S I T E B M W C a r C l u b o f G r e a t B r i t a i n w w w. b m w c a r c l u b g b. c o. u k M O S T I M P R O V E D C L U B M A G M o r r i s M o n t h l y, e d i t e d b y R o b S y m o n d s f o r t h e M o r r i s R e g i s t e r C L U B M A G O F T H E Y E A R L e g e n d, t h e L a n d - R o v e r S e r i e s O n e C l u b, e d i t e d b y J o h n C a r r o l l B E S T C L U B R U N / R A L L Y C u m b r i a O l d S k o o l F o r d L a k e s T o u r B E S T C L U B S H O W / e v e n t w o r l d C u p L e g e n d R a l l y 4 0 : T r iu m p h / / 2. 5 R e g i s t e r. L a n d c r a b 4 O C I n t e r n a t i o n a l, - ~ A u s t i n M a x i O C B E S T T H E M E D U P * C L U B S T A N D * * <» < *. C a p r i C l u b I n t e r n a t i o n a l, M a n s f i e l d 6 N o t t s B r a n c h M O S T I N T E R E S T I N G S E L E C T I O N O F C A R S L a n c i a M o t o r C lu b B E S T S M A L L C L U B S T A N D V a u x h a l l F D R e g i s t e r B E S T M E D I U M - S I Z E D C L U B S T A N D V e t e r a n C a r C l u b o f G B B E S T L A R G E C L U B S T A N D M a s e r a t i C l u b U K C L U B O F T H E Y E A R T R R e g i s t e r C L U B P E R S O N A L I T Y O F T H E Y E A R K e i t h A n d r e w s, J e n s e n O C C & S C S P E C I A L A W A R D K e n R o b b i n s ' T u r n e r C A R O F T H E S H O W K e e s S m i t 's T a t r a T 7 7 A

6 R e g i s t e r o f S p a r e Paddock Spares P a r t s S u p p l i e r s - N o v e m b e r T h e S h o w g ro u n d, T h e Cliff. M a t lock, D erb yshire, D E 4 5E W : w w w.p a d d o c k s p a re s.c o m (0 ) S e a s o n s G r e e t i n g s M e rry C h ris tm a s a n d a H a p p y N e w Y e a r to a ll th e re a d e rs o f L e g e n d. J o h n C a rro ll a n d R os W o o d h a m. L o u ise L im b s u p p lie d th is s n o w y s c e n e. th is event, a n d in k e e p in g w ith the w ishes o f o u r sponsors, w e a re lim iting th is to L ea f-sp ru n g Land Rovers only, p re , n o coilers or hybrids. P laces a re also lim ited to 3 5 a n d will b e allo cated on a first co m e first served basis. This y e a r th e re is also a c h a n c e to ride as a passenger in J O H, a Series O n e P re- P ro d u ctio n (N o 1 1 ). N o te th e re are no se a t belts in JO H so you travel a t your o w n risk. T h e p la c e in JO H Key to parts available B T M E U 2nd B odyw o rk Transmission (inc Brakes, steering etc.] M echanical E lectrical U pholstery/trim Second Hand parts GENERAL John Craddock N o rth S treet, B rid geto w n, C a n n o c k, S taffs. W S A Z w w w.jo h n c ra d d o c k ltd.c o.u k ( 0 ) F ax B, T, M, E, U, 2nd P.A. B lanchard Some general spares LRSeries w w w.lrserie s. c o m /+ 4 4 (0 ) S om e general spares The Series One Shop (Australia) w w w.seriesoneshop.com / ( 0 ) General spares CHASSIS Land Rover Series One Club L an d R over S erie s O n e C lu b S hop S ee L eg end, clu b s h o lrs o c.c o m (0 ) Fax ( 0 ) A ll m odels and variants K e n t E v e n t 1 C o m b in e d S eries O n e a n d M in e rv a T T C lu b s e v e n t o n M a y at D o d d in g to n n e a r F a v e rs h a m in K en t. T h is is a social w e e k e n d w ith cam ping and caravanning availa b le. W h a t's m o re, th e p ric e o f th e w e e k e n d w ill in c lu d e all fo od a n d e n try to all v e n u e s. F or th e S a tu rd a y th e re a re road ru n s to C a n te rb u ry p la n n e d th a t in c lu d e a river trip a n d c a th e d ra l visit. O n S u n d a y th e re s a G a rd e n o f K e n t S c e n ic d riv e w ith ro ad -b o o k d ire c tio n s a n d e n try to L eeds C astle. If you c a n t m a k e th e full w e e k e n d w h y not join us fo r th e d a y o r c o m e fo r a n e v e n in g m e a l a t th e local p u b or if yo u d o n t fa n c y a n y o f th e a b o v e w h y n o t b ring your o w n d rin k in th e e v e n in g an d jo in us in o u r m a rq u e e w h e re th e re will be tea an d coffee available. F or m o re info a n d to b o o k p lease c o n ta c t T ony A d a m s K ent & Sussex A re a R e p o n or e m a il H e a th e r.flo 8 0 te s c o.n e t K e n t E v e n t 2 O n M a y 1 4 in th e s a m e p art o f th e w orld is th e C harity L an d R u n o p e n to all m o d els o f le af-sp ru n g Land Rovers registered b efo re w ill go to th e w in n in g bidder, w ith all pro ceeds going d ire c t to th e Charity F u n d. Em ail your C harity bids d irect to P e te r W ales. F or fu rth e r details, a n ap p licatio n a n d sponsorship fo rm s please con tact P eter W ales a t peter.w xcellentdelivery.co.u k o r S e a n o r H a zel S m e e th a t h azelsm e e a o l.c o m. D o n t forget th at you c a n still sponsor th is even t, even if you are unable to take part. L a n d y - t h e b o o k L a n d y is a lim ited e d itio n, of 4 5 0, c h ild re n s book w ritten an d illustrated by V e ro n ic a L am o n d fro m W a d e b rid g e in C o rn w all. It's a tru ly lovely ta le o f a g re e n 8 6 in S eries O n e, U T T a n d its life in fa rm in g. T h e little 8 6 in w o rk e d hard saw in g w ood a n d m o w in g g rass but late r h ad to be re s c u e d by a n ew o w n er, J a c k, w ith h e lp o f a big tra c tor. T h e in te rac tio n w ith a J a p a n e s e 4 x 4 p ic k -u p is u n frie n d ly b u t Landy lives to w ork another day. It s beautifully p ro d u ce d a n d p rin ted an d both lovingly and accurately illustra te d. It s not c h e a p a t b u t a s o n e o f only 4 5 0, th is slim vo lu m e is a n u n m is s a b le c o llectib le fo r th e S e rie s O n e fa m ily w ith yo u n g sters to e n te rta in. M o re in fo rm a tio n a t w w w. C lay Lane, Shiptonthorpe, Y ork Y P U h ttp s ://s e c u re.p a b la n c h a rd.c o.u k / ( 0 ) Fax B.T.M, E.U John W earing 1 1 W a rd S tre e t, G re a t H arw o o d, L an cs, B B 6 7A W. 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T / F ( 0 ) BULKHEADS, CROSSMEM BERS, OUTRIGGERS etc. Carl and Dale Radford F ra s e rb u rg h, S c o tla n d w w w.radfordbulkheads.lrsoc.com ( 0 ) M o b : ( 0 ) , in bulkheads, chassis sections Geoff Hayden (0 ) m o b : ( 0 ) ,86,88,107,109in bulkheads, chassis sections ROAD SPRINGS Geoff Hayden ( 0 ) m o b : ( 0 ) ,86.88,107,109in to original spec It s a d ay trip startin g in K ent w ith a ru n to th e coast, th e n travellin g by fe rry to C alais a t a m, follow ed by a ru n d o w n th e scenic F rench coast to W im e re u x, re tu rn in g to D over a t ap p ro x p m. Cost o f th e trip, in clu d in g ferry (for d riv e r an d u p to fo u r passen g ers), T-shirt, an d a vehicle rally p laq u e is ju st 4 0, of w hich 2 0 is a donation to charity. D u e to th e historic n a tu re of la n d yb o o k s.co m o r e m a il lan d y- gm ail.com ( 0 ) M ob: ( 0 ) B, T, M, E, 2nd LRdirect w w w.lrd ire c t.c o m /' S om e g en era l spares (m ainly B ritpart and A llm ak es) B eam ends w w w.b e a m e n d s -lrs p a re s.c o.u k Some general spares (mainly GB Springs 19 1 Lordswood R oad, H arborne, B irm in g h a m B B P w w w.g b s p rin g s.c o.u k ( 0 ) F ax : ( 0 ) in narrow springs Jones Springs (Engineering ) Ltd. G ladstone St., D arlaston, W est

7 M id la n d s, W S B E w w w.jo n e s-s p rin g s.co.u k (0 ) Fax: (0 ) All springs, leaves, shackles etc. supplied. Resetting service BRAKES Past Parts U n it 4, C h a s e R o a d, N o rth e rn W a y Ind. Est, B ury St. E dm unds, S uffo lk, IP N T w w w.p astp arts.co.u k (0 ) M aster Cylinder rebuilds TYRES Vintage Tyres N a tio n al M o to r M u s e u m, B ea u lieu, H a m p s h ire, S Z N w w w.vintagetyres.com / ( 0 ) Avon Traction M ileage tyres NUMBERPLATES Original Num ber Plates M a n o r R o ad, Low er M o o r, P er- sho re, W o rce ste rs h ire, W R N Z ( 0 ) Period Num ber Plates W ith a m b ro o k P a rk In d. Estate, L o n d o n th o rp e L an e, G ra n th a m, L incolnshire, N G S T w w w.ro c k y m o u n ta in s p a re s.c o.u k / ( 0 ) R overdrive overdrives and som e Fairey overdrive spares STAINLESS EXHAUST Rimm er Bros Ltd S leaford R o a d, B ra c e b rid g e H e a th, Lincoln, L N 4 2 N A : w w w.rim m e rb ro s.c o.u k / ( 0 ) Stainless steel exhausts w w w.a u to s p a rk s.c o.u k / ( 0 ) Fax A ll Looms Vintage Supplies (Paul Beck) 1 0 G, F o lg ate R o a d, N o rth W a ls h a m, N o rfo lk, N R 2 8 0A J w w w.v in ta g e c a rp a rts.c o.u k /" h ttp :// w w w.vintagecarparts.co.uk/ (0 ) Electrical (inc Lucas) and small parts Holden Vintage and Classic Linton tra d in g e s tate, B ro m y ard, P o w er Track Ltd w w w.p o w e rtra c k b ra k e s.c o.u k (0 ) Lockheed and G irling b rake and clutch parts Neil Furness (0 ) Exchange resleeved m aster cylinders BODYPANELS Keith W adsworth 1 S teele L an e, B a rk is la n d, H alifax, W est Yorks, (0 ) (F a x s a m e ) W ings, doors (incl skins), tailgates, TILTS/TRIM Exmoor Trim P urley F o rd, L u x b o ro u g h, W a tc h e t, S o m erset, T A 2 3 w w w.e x m o o rtrim.c o.u k / ( 0 ) F ax Tilts, Seats, and a ll types of trim. PERSPEX SIDE W INDOW S Land Rover Series One Club Land R o ver S erie s O n e C lu b S h o p S ee Legend c lu b sh o lrsoc.c o m (0 ) Fax ( 0 ) ,88,107 and 109in M ik e Rivett m hotm ail.com Early 80in up to '51 (w ith finger hole) Tippers Vintage Plates, U n it 2, B u c k le rs L a n e, H o lm b u s h, S t A u stell, C o rn w all, P L J N w w w.tip p e rs v in ta g e p la te s.c o.u k / ( 0 ) F ax ( 0 ) Period Num ber Plates Framptons Num ber Plates, P O B ox 7 0 7, W ate rlo o ville, P A Y Y P E R L IN K h ttp ://w w w.p l8 s. c o.u k w w w.p l8 s.c o.u k (0 ) Period Num ber Plates F IX IN G S L R Fasteners 3 2 L a b u rn u m P a rk, B ra d sh aw, B o lto n, B L 2 3 B U w w w.la n d ro v e r-p a rts.n e t ( 0 ) (F a x ) A ll nuts, bolts, seals, rivets, brake and steering parts, etc. Frank M e ll 1 0 R o w an M o u n t, W h e a tle y Hills, D o n caster, S o u th Y o rks, D N 2 5PJ ( 0 ) Nuts and Bolts ENGINE Cox and Turner Engineering H u is h F a rm, Yeovil R o a d, T in tin h u ll, Yeovil, S o m e rs e t, B A 2 2 8Q L: in c o x a n d tu rn e r.c o.u k ( 0 ) Engine components and machining P E T R O L TA N K S Bob Jones A B ath R o a d, W o rc e s te r W R 5 3 E Z b tinternet.com ( 0 ) ,86 and 88in m ade w ith lead coated steel FUEL PUMPS Burlen Fuel Systems B u rlen F u e l S ystem s Ltd, S pitfire H o u se, C astle R o a d, S alisbury, W iltshire, SP1 3S B w w w.s u c a rb.c o.u k / ( 0 ) SU pumps and spares CARBURETTOR Greenways Engineering H a rv e s te r Y ard, D itchet, S o m erset B A 4 6 Q Z ( 0 ) Fax ( 0 ) Carb reconditioning Carburettor Exchange 2 8 F H ig h S treet, Leighton B u zzard, B e d fo rd s h ire, L U 7 7E A w w w.c a rb e x.d e m o n.c o.u k / ( 0 ) F ax - s a m e Carb reconditioning and spares DISTRIBUTOR H & H Ignition Solutions U n it H, T h e W allo w s, F e n s Pool Av H e re fo rd s h ire, H R 7 4 Q T w w w.h o ld e n.c o.u k / ( 0 ) Electrical (inc Lucas) and small parts Stokenham Spares w w w.stokenham spares.co.uk / (0 ) A ll Lucas electrical parts. HEATER Clayton F letchw o rth G a te, B u rn s a l R o ad, C oventry, C V 5 6 S P w w w.c la y to n c c.c o.u k ( 0 ) Clayton H eaters and spares. Sm iths heater cores. AEROPARTS WINCH Bob Jones A B ath R o a d, W o rc e s te r W R 5 3 E Z jj3 5 4 b tin te rn e t.c o m ( 0 ) W in c h parts RESTORATION SUNDRIES Frost C raw ford Street, R ochdale, Lanc a s h ire, 0 L N w w w.fro s t.c o.u k / (0 ) Specialist Paints, Tools etc. TAPS/DIES The Tap and D ie Com pany 4 4 5, W e s t G re en R d, London, N 1 5 STEERING WHEEtyHORN PUSH REPAIRS W heelrights/lv & C Spares T h e W are h o u se B axterg ate, o ff Lord S tree t, M o re - c a m b e, L an c a s h ire, L A 4 5 H X ( 0 ) Fax ( 0 ) Steering w h ee l and centre H orn/ Dip Sw itch repairs GRILLES <80in full) Bob Jones A B ath R o a d, W o rc e s te r W R 5 3E Z jj3 5 4 b tin te rn e t.c o m (0 ) lig h ts behind grille grilles Land Rover Series One Club C lub Shop (see Legend) clu b sh o lrso c.c o m ( 0 ) F ax ( 0 ) Hardened Valves and other engine parts OVERDRIVE Rovers Down South (US) 1 6 8, H a rb o r C ircle, N e w O rleans, LA w w w.fa ire yo ve rd riv e.co m Fairey overdrive spares and som e general spares Rocky Mountain Spares (UK) U nit 12a Partnership H ouse, e n u e, B rierle y H ill, W e s t M id la n d s, D Y 5 1Q A w w w.h -h -ig n itio n s o lu tio n s.c o.u k / ( 0 ) F ax - s a m e Rebuild of all Distributors Distributor Doctor M a rtin Jay 1 B ovey C o ttages, W ate rro w W iv e lis c o m b e, T A 4 2 B A w w w.d is trib u to rd o c to r.c o m : m ar- ti d isti b u to rd o cto r.com ( 0 ) Rebuild of all Distributors ELECTRICAL Auto Sparks D e rb y R o a d, S a n d ia c re, N o t tin g h a m, N G H U 3 P L w w w.ta p d ie.c o m / (0 ) Im p erial Taps and Dies THE SMALLPRINT Please accept this list for what it is - purely a contact list for potential suppliers of Series One Parts and Services. 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9 T h a n k y o u f o r y o u r p a t ie n c e a n d in te r e s t. P le a s e a c c e p t m y a p o lo g ie s f o r t h e m is ta k e I m a d e in c o n f u s in g th e tw o W e ls h s u r n a m e s t h a t b e g in w ith J! I a m, o f c o u rs e, h a p p y to c o r r e c t t h is h e r e in a n d p u b lis h y o u r in te r e s t in g n o te a b o u t t h e t h r e e - p o in t lin k a g e. I ' l l h a p p ily u s e m o re o f y o u r p ic tu r e s b u t c o u ld d o w ith la r g e r s c a n s o f th e L a n d R o v e r im a g e s. T h e y w e re u s e d s m a ll b e c a u s e th a t's a s b ig a s t h e y 'd g o. J C Reported I h a v e ju s t re a d m y c o p y o f C la sic a n d S p o rts C a r m a g a z in e to re a d th a t L e g e n d w a s a w a rd e d C lu b m a g a z in e o f th e y e a r". W ell d o n e to all. Roger Crathorne Planned? I w o n d e re d if a n y o n e w o u ld b e in te res ted in a trip to C lassic Le M a n s ? It s o n ly ru n b i-a n n u ally. If it provokes e n o u g h in te rest, w o u ld it b e possib le to ru n it a s a c lu b e v e n t a s it m ay b e possible to neg o tiate fo r c a m p in g a n d fe rry d isco u n ts if en o u g h a r e in terested? Is a n y o n e o u t th e re e x p e rie n c e d in o rg an isin g th is sort of th in g a s a d v ic e a n d h elp, w ill b e n e e d e d? A ltern atively is a n y o n e a lre a d y p la n n in g to go? H a v in g se en th e last Legend you all look too busy! P eter V in c e n t ( ) hotm ail.com M issed N o t g rip in g, b u t ty p in g th is w ith a g rin on m y fa ce! J u s t to g e n tly let yo u k n o w th a t I a m a m o n g s t s o m e n e w L R S O C m e m b e r s w h o a re m is s in g in a c tio n! You h a v e m is s e d u s o u t of th e latest excellent edition (O cto b er) of Legend. I a m m e m b e r n u m b e r a n d yo u h a v e not p rin te d d e ta ils o f m e m b e r n u m b e rs to inclusive. K eep u p th e good work! Kind regard s, M ark Edmunds I a m a f r a id t h a t I 'm n o t s u r e w h a t h a p p e n e d to y o u g u y s in th e li s t b u t r e s t a s s u re d t h a t y o u 'r e a s w e lc o m e to th e c lu b a s e v e ry o n e n a m e d! J C Registered I w ould like to publicly th an k our R egistratio n s O ffic e r M ic k B u rn fo r h is s u p e rb, high s p e e d a s s is ta n c e in re c o v e rin g th e registratio n n u m b e r o f m y n e w ly p u rc h a s e d b a rn -fin d 8 8 in. B o u g h t by m e o n ly a m o n th a g o, O B D h ad b e e n o ff th e ro ad s in c e a n d h a d fa lle n off th e reg istratio n s y s te m. W h a t s m o re, I d id n t h a v e th e old log b o o k o r a n y p a p e rw o rk a t all and had to go dow n th e d etective route. N o rth a m p to n s h ire re c o rd s o ffic e s a ved th e d a y w ith a c o p y o f th e ir o rig in al re g istratio n le d g e r a n d g o t it to m e w ith in a c o u p le of d ay s fo r a v e ry sm a ll fe e. 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U n til s u c h tim e a s w e h a v e s e ttle d th e VAT issue w e a r e ta k in g a p r u d e n t lin e in re s p e c t o f C lu b e x p e n d itu r e, a n d m a in ta in in g re s e rv e s. W e n e e d to m a in ta in e n o u g h w o rk in g c a p ita l to ru n th e c lu b a n d th e c lu b s h o p a c tiv itie s in c lu d in g p u rc h a s in g s to c k a n d p arts. W ith th is in m in d, fo llo w in g a p ro tra c te d d is c u s s io n, it w a s d e c id e d th a t th e s u b s c rip tio n rates w ill n e e d to in c re a s e fro m F e b ru a ry T h e fo llo w in g ra te s w ill a p p ly ; U K 2 9, E u ro p e , R e s t o f th e W orld W e a p p re c ia te th a t a n y in c re a s e in th e s e c u r re n t tim e s is u n w e lc o m e. S in c e th e last in c re a s e in s u b s c rip tio n s w e h a v e a d d e d th e fo ru m, in c re a s e d th e n u m b e r o f issu e s o f L e g e n d to six p e r y e a r ra th e r th a n fiv e, a d d e d n u m e ro u s ite m s to th e s h o p, h a d to o lin g m a d e fo r parts such as seals an d light bases etc. In te rm s o f th e c lu b s h o p, w e h a v e a n e x te n s iv e n u m b e r o f p a rts lis te d fo r s a le a n d th e s e a r e n o w lis te d in n u m e r ic a l o rd e r. S o m e o f th e s e a r e n o t a v a ila b le fro m a n y w h e r e e ls e, p le a s e ta k e tim e to c h e c k th e s h o p lis tin g firs t b e fo re g o in g e ls e w h e re. O n e h u n d re d o f th e p a rts lis te d h a d n o s to c k m o v e m e n t in th e past year. 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T h e L a n d R o v e r E x p e rie n c e w h ic h w ill h a v e v a rio u s displays a s w ell a s rid e s a ro u n d th e n e w 4 x 4 A d v e n tu re co u rse. w w w.heritage -m o tor-centre.co.uk 7-8 M a y LRO Spring Adventure w w w.lro sh o w.co m M a y Com bined Series One & M inerva TT Clubs' Event D oddington near Faversham in Kent. A social w e e k e n d w ith c a m p in g a n d caravan n in g available. P le a s e c o n ta c t T o n y A d a m s K e n t & S u s sex A re a R e p H tesco.net 1 4 M a y C harity Land Run o p e n to all le a f-s p ru n g L a n d R o vers re g iste red b e fo re A d a y trip s ta rtin g in K e n t, fe rry to C alais, a ru n d o w n th e F re n c h c o a s t to W im e re u x, re tu rn in g to D o v e r a t a p p ro x p m. C ost o f th e trip, in c lu d in g F e rry (d riv e r a n d u p to fo u r p a s s e n g e rs ), T -s h irt, a n d a v e h ic le rally p la q u e 4 0 (o f w h ic h 2 0 is a d o n a tio n to th e c h a rity ). 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M o re d e ta ils fro m w w w.d u n s fo ld.c o m J u n e LRSOC N a tio n a l R ally S o u th W e s t area F u ll d e ta ils in th is issue (C lu b Event) 3 J u l y 4 x 4 and Vintage Sort Out N ew bury Show ground, N ew bury, B erkshire J u l y Series en H elvetie - Swiss Series M eeting R ally o p e n to S erie s I, II a n d Ills E vent a s L eg en d a n d th e o rg a n is e rs will w elco m e Series O nes from England an d elsew h e re. C o n ta c t Y ves d e M e s tra l, e m a il, in fo d o m a in e m a is o n b la n c h e.c h J u l y LRO B illin g, N o rth a n ts w w w.lro sh o w.co m A u g u s t LR M ax Show, Stoneleigh, W arw icks S e p t e m b e r W ate rlo o R ally. F o llo w in g its w e ll-re c e iv e d B attlefie ld s w e e k -e n d in le p e r in S e p te m ber, th e M in e rv a T T R e g is te r w ill h o ld its e v e n t, th e G re e n B e lt R a lly, c lo s e to W a te rlo o an d its battlefield, ju st south of Brussels. R ally H Q a n d a c c o m m o d a tio n w ill b e a t th e H a n e n b o s T ra in in g C e n tre, H u iz in g e n. S in g le, d o u b le a n d q u a d ro o m s w ill b e a v a ila b le. If th is is n o t to a n y o n e s ta s te it m a y b e p o s s ib le to a rra n g e hotel a c c o m m o d a tio n n earb y. F o r m o re d etails p leas e c o n ta c t M ik e H a r d im a n o n o r e m a il on m in e rv a.m ik g m a il.c o m S e p t e m b e r LRO Show. P e te rb o ro u g h w w w.lro sh o w.co m S e p t e m b e r Beaulieu International Autojum ble T h e biggest A u to ju m b le in E u ro p e w ith o v e r stands, p lu s B o n h a m s A u c tio n. w w w.in te rn a tio n a la u to ju m b le.c o.u k F or tick ets tel Local M eets C o r n w a l l (F a r W e s t) N ic Jones P u b m e e t on th e firs t T h u rs d a y o f ev e ry m o n th a t th e Fox & H o u n d s a t C o m fo rd n e a r L a n n e r on th e R e d ru th to F a lm o u th R o a d. 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11 F)pqti n a tio n Destination D o r s e t HATlOti r a ll 24th- 26th June 2011 F o llo w in g th e w o n d e rfu l fe e d b a c k fro m last y e a r s L R S O C N a tio n a l Rally, fo r w e m ove S o u th h o p in g to m a tc h th e s ta n d a rd s set a t th e G arden R acecourse, Ripon. O u r a im is fo r th e rally to m a in ta in its broad a p p e a l, w ith so m eth in g for ev ery o n e an d particularly those with partners and children. O u r ch o sen site fo r is W im b o rn e M inster, situ ated b etw een th e rivers S to u r a n d A llen in th e b ea u tifu l c o u n ty o f D orset. T h e to w n has a n a n c ie n t history - R o m a n Soldiers settled h e re in th e first c e n tu ry an d th e re have b ee n in h abita n ts s in c e prehistoric tim es. T h o s e o f you w h o love history will be enchanted by the buildings, T h e P riest H o u s e M u s e u m, T h e N atio n al Trust m a n a g e d Kingston Lacy H o u s e a n d of course T h e M in s te r itself. W im b o rn e has a w id e variety o f sh o p p in g too a n d is h o m e to both stores and in d e p e n d e n t businesses. T h e re a re plenty of restaurants, p u b s a n d te a room s to cho o se from a n d th o se interested in th e arts w ill en jo y th e galleries, W alfo rd M ill C raft C en tre a n d th e s Tivoli T h e a tre. W im b o rn e is also a g re a t p lace for c h ild re n to en jo y in clu d in g th e M o d e l Tow n and G ard en s, a l/1 0 t h scale version o f W im b o rn e in th e e ra o f th e Series o n e, th e s. F u rth e r afield, Dorset is fam o u s fo r th e Jurassic C oast W orld H eritage Site, w h ich features landfo rm s su c h a s Lulworth Cove, th e Isle of P ortland, Chesil B each an d D urdle Door, as well a s th e holiday resorts of B o u rnem o u th, Poole, W eym o u th, S w anage, an d Lym e Regis. W ith th e N e w Forest on o u r doorstep an d su rro u n d ed by countrysid e an d coast w e a re sure th at th e LRSO C N atio n al Rally will b e th e ev en t not to miss. O u r c a m p s ite is ju st on th e outskirts o f th e to w n a t th e h o m e o f local Division O n e South W est leag u e football te a m, W im b o rn e Town FC, kn o w n locally as th e M a g p ie s '. T h e site is u se d by m a n y o th e r e v en ts a n d a s a C a m p in g & C a ra v a n C lu b site a t o th e r tim e s a n d in clu d es w ater, w a s te points a n d to ilets/sh o w ers, cle a n ed regularly o ve r th e w e e k e n d - b u t note, as last y e a r th e re a re n o electric hook-u p s. W e have facilities to hold a n o u tsid e b a r a n d b a rb e c u e on S a tu rd a y o r S u n d a y afte rn o o n a n d h ave b o o ked a p riv ate fu n c tio n room in th e c lu b b a r th ro u g h o u t th e w e e k e n d a n d S a tu rd a y s e v e n in g m eal an d e n te rta in m e n t. If you d e c id e to stay on fo r th e S u n d a y evenin g, w e w ill b e h old in g a skittles c o m p e titio n in th e C lu b s o w n skittle alley w ith food available for those not w ishing to cook. T h e F riday n ig h t road ru n w ill b e a trip to th e seasid e (w e h ad to really). O th e r local road ru ns a n d g reen lanes are also p lan n e d, alo n g w ith th e obligato ry v e h ic le lin e -u p a n d photo opportu nity a n d a u to ju m b le all on Saturday. T h e LR S O C A G M a n d th e retu rn of th e p o p u lar LR S O C G ym k h a n a A u to test w ill round off th e S u n d a y m o rn in g so th at th o s e travelling can g e t b a c k fo r w o rk on M o n d a y if th ey really h ave to. A s o u r p la n n in g ta kes sh a p e w e will k e e p you u p d a te d th ro u g h th ese pages and of course at w ww.lrsoc.com T h e c a m p in g c h a rg e th is y e a r is 4 0 p e r unit fo r th e F rid a y a n d S atu rd ay nights re d u c e d to 3 0 fo r single c a m p e rs, w ith th e S u n d a y night also av a ilab le fo r th o se d e c id in g to stay o ver (no n e e d to b o o k). T h e e v e n in g e n te rta in m e n t an d c h o ice o f hot e v e n in g m eal on S a tu rd a y is extra a n d n ee d s to b e booked on th e en try fo rm, prices m u c h th e s a m e as last year a t 1 0 p e r a d u lt or 7 p e r child u n d e r tw elve. D ay visitors living or staying locally a re also very w e lc o m e to p o p by on Friday a n d S a tu rd a y a t th e w e e k e n d en try ch a rg e o f 1 0 p e r v e h ic le a n d a re m o re th a n w e lc o m e to stay fo r th e evenin g m eal on S a tu rd a y b u t m u st b ook in ad v a n c e. Sunday, as it in clu d es th e A G M, is fre e o f c h a rg e to LR SO C m e m b e rs. W ith six m o n th s to go w e a re still w o rkin g hard o n th in g s like tra d e stan d s a n d o th e r attractio ns a n d activities a n d w ould w e lc o m e a n y ideas or suggestions. W e h ave so m e id eas for th e child ren to o w h ich w e h o p e to a n n o u n c e next tim e a ro u n d. W e w o u ld ve ry m u c h like to h av e a n area of w o rkin g vehicles, so if yo u r S eries O n e has a P TO th at is s o m e th in g m o re th a n a n o rn a m e n t an d you d like to show it off, please let us know. If yo u c a n h e lp o u t w ith th e e v e n t, ro a d ru n s o r g r e e n -la n in g o r in a n y o th e r w ay, w e w o u ld lo ve to h e a r fro m yo u to o. W e a r e p a rtic u la rly lo o k in g fo r c a m p in g a n d tra ffic m a rs h a ls, first a id c o v e r e tc b u t w h a te v e r h e lp yo u c a n o ffe r w ill b e g ra te fu lly a c c e p te d. T h e re a r e lim ited c a m p in g p itc h es a n d m eals a v a ila b le b a s e d u p o n last years n u m b e rs so b ook e a rly to av o id d is a p p o in tm e n t via th e en try fo rm e n c lo s e d o r o n lin e a t w w w.lrso c.co m using a c re d it/d e b it c a rd o r P aypal. If you h ave an y q u e stio n s, fe el fre e to c o n ta c t th e organisin g te a m : C h ris W ild e rs p in, A n d re w C ross o r P eter Jolly (d e ta ils on th e c o m m itte e p ag es). W e all look forw ard to seeing you there.

12 ABH O N T H E F O R U M I'm going to keep the forum page short this month as JC tells me our 'award winning' magazine is bursting at the seams for 156 writes Peter Jolly PART W a y b a c k in L e g e n d I s u m m a ris e d a fa v o u rite to p ic on th e fo ru m - A lu m in iu m B u lk h e a d s. To a v o id y o u lo o k in g it u p, m a n y m e m b e rs re c a lle d s e e in g p a s t a rtic le s in L eg end o r in th e L a n d R o ve r R e g is te r s e a rly n e w s le tte rs s u g g e s tin g th a t th e s te e l p re s s o c c a s io n a lly b ro k e a n d h a n d -m a d e a lu m in iu m b u lk h e a d s w e r e u s e d a s s to p g a p m e a s u re s to k e e p th e p ro d u c tio n lin e s ru n n in g. E v e n J a m e s T a y lo r h a d c o m m e n te d to th is e ffe c t. If th is w a s th e c a s e, o u r lo g ical fo ru m m e m b e r s re a s o n e d, s u re ly th e r e w o u ld b e p a tte rn s o r ru n s o f c h a s s is n u m b e rs w ith th e s e b u lk h e a d s. S o th e y s ta rte d to re p o rt th e n u m b e rs o f v e h ic le s w h e r e it lo o k e d a s th o u g h th e fa c to ry h a d fitte d a n a lu m in iu m b u lk h e a d. In itia lly th is d id n t look p ro m is in g a t a ll - th e v a ria tio n s in b u ild d a te s o f th e v e h ic le s s u g g e s te d th a t if th e p re s s h a d b ro k e n, it w a s e ith e r o v e r a lo n g p e rio d (o f th re e m o n th s o r m o re ) o r w a s e x tre m e ly in te rm itte n t. A t th a t tim e w e h a d re c o rd e d te n a lu m in iu m b u lk h e a d v e h ic le s b e tw e e n c h a s s is n u m b e rs a n d a n d fo u r m o re fro m to T h e s e c h a s s is n u m b e r s ra n g e d fro m th e p e rio d s N o v e m b e r to M a rc h a n d O c to b e r /N o v e m b e r a n d w ith th e e x c e p tio n o f o n e v e h ic le, R , th a t w a s it. All rig h t h a n d d riv e, a ll U K m o d e ls. It c e rta in ly a p p e a r e d a t th a t tim e a s th o u g h th e b u lk h e a d p re s s -to o l b reaka g e story had som e legs. B u t th ere w as still a long w a y to go. S in c e th a t is s u e, N e il T aylo r - s e e e ls e w h e re in th is a n d o th e r issu e s fo r h is s u p e rb a lly b u lk h e a d re s to ra tio n p ro je c t - h a s re lig io u s ly re c o rd e d e v e ry m e n tio n o f a n a lu m in iu m b u lk h e a d. H e is still ta k in g m e d ic a tio n fo r this affliction. F ro m h is lis t yo u w ill s e e th a t fa r fro m p a tte rn s e m e rg in g, a ll w e c a n re a lly say is th a t th e s e th in g s s e e m to a p p e a r w ith g re a te s t fr e q u e n c y on U K v e h ic le s d u r in g th e w in te rs o n /5 2 a n d 5 2 /5 3, s h o w n in b lu e, p e rh a p s a d d in g s o m e w e ig h t to th e p re v io u s th e o ry th a t th e p re s s e s w e r e m o re lik e ly to b re a k w h e n m u ltip le s h e e ts o f th in n e r s te e l w e re fe d in to th e m d u r in g c o ld p e rio d s. L a te s t ra n d o m o p in io n s o n th e fo ru m? M a y b e th e a lly b u lk h e a d w a s a n e x p e rim e n t in /3 th a t h a s fo u n d its w a y o n to m a n y o th e r v e h ic le s... R e g re tta b ly, m y s m a ll b ra in c a n 't m a k e m u c h m o re fro m th e lis t... b u t p e rh a p s s o m e o n e o u t th e re k n o w s o th erw ise? P ic k in g u p th e th re a d o f m y p re v io u s a rtic le, w h y n o t a d d y o u r o w n o f s p e c u la tio n, o p in io n, m y th, d o d g y m e m o ry, o ff-to p ic c o m m e n t, u n re la te d q u e s tio n o r e v e n o c c a s io n a l fa c t to th e d is c u s s io n a t H Y P E R L IN K h ttp ://w w w.lrs o c.c o m " w w w.lrs o c.c o m - s e a rc h fo r A lu m in iu m B u lk h e a d a n d a d d to th e to p ic h e a d e d fa c to ry s h u td o w n '. O r d ro p JC, N e il T a y lo r o r m y s e lf a n e m a il o r a letter. C R O S S H E A D F O R T H I S S E C T I O N?? R D e c 4 8 in Z im b a b w e R Ju n 4 9 Jam es Taylor referred to as original N o v N o v F e b 5 0 (to be con firm ed?) M a r 5 0 (p ro b a b ly n o t o rig in a l) M a r J a n S e p S e p O c t O c t O c t O c t N o v 5 1 (s ta m p e d no. 1 4 ) D e c D e c D e c 5 1 (n o t o riginal) D e c 5 1 V e h ic le has M O D histo ry B H D e c J a n J a n J a n 5 2 P reviously fitted - n o w u se d on a n o th e r restoratio n J a n J a n 5 2 (s ta m p e d no. 1 5 ) F e b F e b 5 2 P revio u sly on H J U F e b 5 2 e B a y fin d

13 F e b F e b F e b F e b M a r M a r M a r 5 2 V e h ic le in F ra n c e M a r Ju n ? Log b o o k is X X X X? Jul 5 2 W e ld e r (B u lk h e a d re p la c e d onto ) J u l 5 2 R e s to re d w ith A lu m in iu m B u lk h e a d Ju l S e p S e p S e p S e p S ep 5 2 V e h ic le in N Z O c t O c t O c t O c t N o v 5 2 Im p o rte d in to NZ? N o v N o v F e b M a r M a r M a y 5 3 A n u m b e r of N O S/spare bulkheads have also been reported by diligent m em ber; From all at lrsoc.com, Merry Christmas Peter Jolly

14 T ow in g Tim K n ig h t w rites, Tim B e e a s k e d m e to e m a il s o m e p hoto s o f his T D d i-e n g in e d /1 0 9 hyb rid a s h e h a s n t e m b ra c e d th e c o m p u te r a g e yet. T h e p ictu re s show th e S erie s O n e ju st h a v in g re tu rn e d fro m o n e o f its m a n y re c e n t trip s to P inew ood S tu d io s to w in g o n e o f his ve h ic le s used in th e m a k in g o f a m a jo r film. T h e van in q u e stio n is a n A u stin (m o re o ften se en in th e M o rris J g u is e ). T h e ro u n d trip o f m ile s is c o m p le te d in th e s a m e d a y a n d it is a te s ta m e n t to th e L an d R o v e r th at, th o u g h w ell in to its 5 0 s, it still w o rks h ard fo r its living. T h a n k s fo r a g re a t m a g a z in e. Tim K night (a n o th e r L in es L R S O C m e m b e r ca lled T im ). H orton in R ib b le s d a le Illustration by Louise Lim b HdPP f EndKMI B ir th d a y 5 7 to d a y... T rie d to fin d s o m e s n o w b u t d id n t d o s o w e ll! R ic h a rd M a u g h a n ( )

15 vingtj/e Legend P u b L a n d lo r d A n d r e w J o n e s fro m B o m e re H e a th in S h ro p s h ire w rite s, I e n c lo s e p ics I h a v e ju s t ta k e n o f a n 8 0 in w h ic h b e lo n g s to th e la n d lo rd o f o u r lo c a l. H e is n o t a L R S O C m e m b e r b u t h e d riv e s it a ll th e tim e a s s h o w n ; n o d o o rs or to p, e v e n in w in te r. It is re g u la ry s e e n p a rk e d a s s h o w n. I th in k h e is th e o n ly p e rs o n to d riv e a u n a tu re l in all w e a th e r s... M a d o r w h a t? T h a n k s A n d re w. A frie n d o f m in e, T o b y S a v a g e, o w n e r o f L a n d R o v e r R fo r th e last 3 7 y e a rs a ls o is a b it re lu c ta n t to put his roof on! JC

16 C o v e r P ic tu r e T h is is s u e s c o v e r s h o w s th e v e h ic le s o f H o u b e n fa m ily (1 0 7 in S W a n d 2 x 8 6 in -5 W ), R ic h a rd H u g h e s (1 0 7 in S W ), P h il B a s h a ll ( in P U ) a n d A n jo a n d A n ita s ( in S W ). A ll w e re grey. 'N ic e is n t it? a s k s A n jo H o o g e n d o o rn w h o to o k th e p h o to g ra p h. P lo u g h in g N e ill B ig g in ( ) w rite s, S p o tte d th is a t th e N a tio n a l P lo u g h in g C h a m p io n s h ip s a t L in c o ln. T h e o w n e r s a id 'h e h a d g o t b o re d o f tria llin g so th o u g h t h e w o u ld try s o m e th in g d iffe re n t. BXH1

17 W ed d in g C a r N ig e l M o tte rs h e a d w rite s, H o p e yo u a r e d o in g O K a n d th a n k s fo r th e la te s t le g e n d w h ic h a rriv e d y e s te rd a y - first c la s s a n d th a n k s fo r all th e w o rk th a t yo u p u t in to it. I h a v e a tta c h e d a c o u p le o f p h o to s o f m y 8 0 in, W Y J 9 1 1, w h ic h w e u s e d a t o u r w e d d in g in A u d le m in C h e s h ire in A u g u s t; m a y b e y o u c a n in c lu d e th e m in L e g e n d a t s o m e p o in t fo llo w in g on fro m th e c u r re n t w e d d in g p h o to s th a t you h a v e in c lu d e d. T h e b rid e, S ally, a rriv e d in th e 8 0 in d riv e n b y h e r b ro th e r a n d s h e left in th e 8 0 in a fte r b e in g w e d, d riv e n by m e. T h e b rid e s m a id s tra v e lle d in a L ig h tw e ig h t b e lo n g in g to S a lly s so n C h a rle s a n d c lim b e d in a n d o u t u s in g a se t o f s te p la d d e rs n ic k e d fro m S a lly s M u m 's k itc h e n! T h a n k s a g a in, N ig e l (K A C 8 7 o n th e F o ru m ).

18 New spaper cuttings W h a t t h e This is a selection of newspaper cuttings sent to Legend by LRSOC members over the last 12 months. THEY BEGAN AS BONE-SHAKERS WITH DOORS AS OPTIONAL EXTRAS, BUT Land R over. th e 4x 4 th a 'has a soul* BvKOTWAUK Land Rover, the 4x4 that has a soul came from Mick Burn who cut it out of the Mail on Sunday of R ejuvenated BY JOHN JONES T h e e n g in e w a s a te sta m e nt to th e le g e n d a ry stu rd in e s s of A C O M P L E T E re b u ild has th e L a n d Rover. restored a n o rig in a l L a n d R o ve r B y th e tim e it w e n t in w it h a u n iq u e h is t o ry to its fo r a re b u ild t h e r in g s w e re o rig in a l c o n d ition, ju s t in tim e c o m p le te ly sh o t a n d D y la n for its 60th birthday, w o n d e re d h o w it e ve r got S m o ke v. a n o rig in a l Serie s com pression, said M r Clark. O n e L a n d ro v e r is u n iq u e i n tw o A s w e ll a s the e n g in e reb u ild, w a y s i t h a s sp e n t its w o rk in g n e w sh ocks a n d s p rin g s have life o n one p ro p e rty a n d is a been fitte d a n d th e chassis has o n e -o w n e r fo r th e C la r k fa m ily been sandblasted and sealed. o f M a n u tu k e. A l l th e o th e r b its a n d O w n e r D a v id C la r k s a id the p ie ce s h a v e b e e n rep la ce d L a n d R o v e r w a s p u rc h a s e d b y w i t h o r ig in a l p a rts the h is fa th e r J o h n a n d reg iste re d la s t to a rr iv e b e in g a n e w o n M a r c h 1 0, vea rs sp e e d o m e te r ca b le. H e is also ago la s t T u e s d a y w a itin g fo r a n e w set o f tyres. I t h a s sp e n t its w o rk in g life N o b o d y k n o w s fo r su re on fa m ily p ro p e rtie s in the h o w m a n y m ile s S m o k e y has G is b o rn e d istric t. c o v e re d i n its life a s a fencer's S o n n y L e w is h a d the t ru c k a n d d o in g g e n e ra l fa rm r e s p o n s ib ility o f r u n n in g i t in w o rk, b u t it is c e rta in ly in th e a n d w a s the o n ly d r iv e r u n til h undreds o f thousands. h e r e tire d in 1986, a ged 73, I t w o u ld b e o ne o f t h e firs t S in c e th e n it h a s s a t i n a L a n d R o v e rs b r o u g h t to N e w shed on th e p ro perty. Z e a la n d a s th e v e h ic le w a s M r C la r k sa id he w a n te d to o n ly la u n c h e d in , and keep the u p p e r b o dy as o rig in a l is a lm o s t c e r t a in ly th e o n ly as possible because t h a t w a s o ne to s u r v iv e a s a o n e -o w n e r the way he remembered it. v e h ic le. S m o k e y has h a d a com plete A c a r e n th u s ia s t w ith e n g in e re b u ild, sp e n d in g a n u m b e r o f o th e r classic severa l ye a rs in t h e h a n d s o f veh icle s, D a v id C la r k takes the m e c h a n ic D y la n M c G re g o r w h o o ld L a n d ro v e r o ut occasionally c a rrie d o u t a ll o th e r aspects of to check the maize paddocks. t h e re b u ild to e n a b le i t to be A n d the ru g g e d S m o k e y looks re -re g is te re d a n d w a rra n te d. good for another 60 years The clipping from Solihull News entitled Land Rover Legacy has a picture of Ken Campbell at Solihull with the 80in in which he d driven 11,700 miles from Ndola in Northern Rhodesia to get there in 1960/61. Apologies to whoever sent the cutting in - it s become separated from your name. H e l p k e e p t h e L a n d R o v e r l e g a c y a l i v e T H E British Motor Industry Heritage Trust is inviting members of the Solihull community to help with their Land Rover Legacy Project. D uring an open day which was held at Solihull Central Library on Tuesday July 13, visitors learned about the Land Rover Legacy Project. The British Motor Industry Heritage Trust is particularly keen to hear from Lode Lane employees, past or present, and their families. Visitors were asked to bring along their own photographs as well as helping to identify some of the Trust s photographs. W h o is this m ystery m an? Just one o f th e photographs discovered by th e Land Rover Legacy Project team. The Lode Lane factory was originally built in 1939 to manufacture aircraft parts. The factory was one o f the Government s shadow- factories and known as No. 2 Solihull. From 1945, the site became the Rover Com pany s headquarters and main manufacturing facility for its products. Th e iconic Land Rover has been produced at Lode Lane since its launch in The aim o f the Land Rover Legacy Project is to tell the story o f the Lode Lane factory, its people and products. This project is being undertaken by the British M otor Industry Heritage Trust based at Gaydon, near Warwick, in partnership with the Heritage Lottery Fund and Jaguar Land Rover. The project will result in a travelling exhibition at local Midlands venues during late 2010/early For more information on the Heritage M otor Centre, visit the website at www. heritage-motor-centre.'co.uk

19 N ew spaper cuttings P h ilip C u rtin A m e r i c a n s l a v e t r a d e h i s t o r i a n w h o s e a n a l y s i s h e l p e d e s t a b l i s h t h e m s t n u m b e r o f p e o p l e s h i p p e d f m n PHILIP CURTIN, who has died aged 87, was an American historian of the African slave trade; as a leading figure in the postwar revival of the neglected field of African history, he helped train a whole. Re.neralionxifL, apparently been based on supposition. Moreover, the)' had been recycled between various sociologists and abolitionists. According to Curtin, all these elderly statistics owed ihftirhnpevitv In n vast Curtin on a bad road in LKwrta in 1958: Ms condusfam n M on inppfctg contracts and port data Obama chose instead to visit 1 Curtin s more rigorous and May , and grew up in Cape Coast Castle, a farmer i scholarly methods of studying! West Virginia, where his slaving fort in Ghana. >the slave trade led to changes family owned a coal and The whole story is ; in the way the subject is j timber business. Having phoney." Curtin declared of ( taught in schools. served in the merchant Goree in Although the Nor was his work limited to marine as a radio operator island served as a African studies. Curtin wrote j during the Second World War, commercial centre, it was I about the influence of disease he graduated from never a key departure point on European colonisation. i Swarthmore College,, for slaves." He insisted. imperialism in India and the, Philadelphia He entered rather, that most Africans sold ecological history of the. academia, working towards a into slavery in the Senegal ; Chesapeake Bay. He also master s degree in History in region would have been wrote a memoir. On the at Harvard Unhersity. shipped out from thriving Fringes of History (2005). He was awarded a doctorate slave depots to the north or Philip DeArmond Curtin. in 1953, again at Harvard, south. was bom in Philadelphia on After teaching at Swarthmore. in joined the Univei Wisconsin, when fallow historian, started a departn African language literature, helpinj establish African an academic dist United States. In moved to Johns 1 University in Bah where he remain retirement in t99 Curtin's car without setbacks, wrote an article c many jobs in the field of African hi being reserved fa scholars, discoun black scholars fro research in the m He also express that the influx of scholars would m white scholars of would be pushed field. Many of Cur radali article. Philip Curtin, t June 4. is survive* third wife and the sons. His first two ended in divorce. Philip Curtin s obituary, with the interesting picture of Station Wagon, YUE 936, came from The Daily Telegraph of and was sent in by Brian Beeseley (1050) of Glossop in Derbyshire. Ihe Land Rover working proof of the ruggedness of the very first model Rejuvenated at 60 comes from Bruce Smith in New Zealand and is about an 80in with plenty of patina! John Jackson (1164) from Staffordshire wrote, Nice to see my local paper (The Shropshire Star) covering a story about the 1st and 1000th Land-Rover delivered by a local dealer, with a photo taken on Dec 2nd The well-used in seems to have a registration ending 997 and the Series 2 is being delivered brand new to Lord Bradford. W h a t a l i n e - u p t o c e l e b r a t e s a l e o f 1, t h L a n d R o v e r Viscount Bridgeman, Sir Alexander Stanier, Sir Richard Leighton, The Honourable G. G. Carew It was not bad for a client list. But 50 years ago this month, Vincent Greenhous at Shrewsbury had special reason to celebrate. On December 2, 1959, the managing director Patrick Greenhous handed over the 1,000th Land Rover delivered by the firm. Naturally, it went to a top man - the Earl of Bradford, who had already had eight Land Rovers from the firm, including the second one that Greenhous had ever delivered. The occasion was marked by a luncheon party for dealers and a number of guests held at the Mytton and Mermaid Hotel, Atcham. On the menu was smoked salmon (starter), roast duckling, and fresh fruit flan, washed down with a 1955 Chabiis, or maybe a 1947 Heidsieck Dry Monopole, whatever that is. The handover was captured for Report by T O B Y NEAL posterity by a photograph taken outside, which has been loaned to us by Shrewsbury transport historian Roy Pilsbury, himself a Greenhous employee. The Land Rover on the left is the first Land Rover Greenhous ever sold, in 1948," said Roy. The buyer was Captain Mark Mainwaring, of Oteley, near Ellesmere, who is standing on the left by that rather weatherbeaten machine, which was nevertheless continuing to give good service. Next along is unidentified, and then comes Lord Bradford, with his gleaming new acquisition behind him. Far right is Patrick Greenhous. Land Rovers have a reputation for durability, so it is possible that one or even both of these machines still exist somewhere, although Roy is not sure and would like to find out. We finished the Land Rover dealership in 1972 or 1973, and then Kennings took it over," said Roy. A memo written by Greenhous sales manager John Phillips at the time of the presentation noted that the Land Rover was proving especially popular among farmers, and with various adaptations had been used for everything from cropspraying to fire engines, and from snow ploughs to manure spreaders Ȧnd it ended: "Greenhous have just bidden bon voyage to one of their customers who has set out to drive across the Sahara to Kano. We wish him a pleasant journey! Another customer recently left for a holiday in the Southern Hemisphere, and is at present touring Australia in his Land Rover. Do you know what happened to that first Land Rover delivered by Greenhous or the 1,000th? Drop us a line it you do. or

20 Aroundthe Shires 2010 EVENTS P A R T m \{J / f T t* W W o r d s a n d P ic t u r e s L e s L a w r e n c e T h is w e e k e n d h as n o w b e c o m e a re g u la r fix tu re o n th e se ries o n e c a le n d a r o f e v e n ts, ra n k in g a lo n g s id e o th e r g re a ts s u c h a s Tyw yn a n d A s tle P a rk. D e re k 's fo rm u la o f a d riv e a ro u n d th e S u ffo lk c o u n try s id e w ith a p u b lu n c h p its to p a n d W e n d y a n d h e r te a m o f a s s is ta n t c a te re rs p ro d u c in g e x c e lle n t fo o d b a c k a t th e c a m p s ite, e n s u rin g p e o p le w e r e fe d a t e v e ry o p p o rtu n ity, a lw ays p ro v e s to b e a big h it w ith m e m b e rs. T h is y e a r w a s no e x c e p tio n a n d d e s p ite th e m ix e d b a g o f w e a th e r, w ith p ro m is e s o f w o rse to c o m e, 5 2 v e h ic le s to o k p a rt in th e w e e k e n d, w ith s o m e, s u c h a s Tom P ic k fo rd a n d P o llyan n a fro m B u c k in g h a m s h ire travellin g a fair distance to b e th ere. T h e g a th e rin g had a good se le ctio n o f ve h ic le s fro m ac ro ss th e Series O n e s p e c tru m, w ith as m u c h diversity u n d e r th e b o n n et; s ta n d a rd 1.6 a n d tw o -litre petrol of course, a n d tw o, tw o -litre diesels, P rim a d iesels, a R o ve r 6 0 e n g in e, R o ver six -c y lin d e r a n d V 8 conversio ns; if a n y p ro o f w a s n e e d e d fo r th e ad aptability of o u r v e h ic le s or th e ingenuity of owners, it w as here. I h a d tw o fa vourite ve h ic le s fro m th e w e e k e n d. T h e first h ad to b e D e re k s o w n b a rn fin d 8 0 in, n o w a t last, w ith m o t a n d ta x. W h e n D e re k first found it, it has som e serious creases to all fo u r c o rn e rs - C a s p e r K illick h a s n o w ex p e rtly re m o v e d th e s e, w ith o u t e v e n d a m a g in g th e o rig in a l p a in t (S e e c o v e r o f L e g e n d ). You w o u ld n e v e r know th a t th e d a m a g e h ad b e e n p re s e n t. M y se co n d w a s S ta ff D o ve y s o ld 8 0 in w in c h re co ve ry/trials v e h ic le, (s e e n in L eg end w ith p lo u g h ) w ith its m a s s iv e H e s fo rd ptodriven w inch and various, s-p erio d m odifications, now in th e hands of Julian Shoolheifer. It lo o ks ju s t a s I re m e m b e r it w h e n I first m e t S taff 2 0 years ago. O n c e ag ain th a n k s to D e re k a n d W e n d y fo r an e x c e lle n t event. N e x t y e a r s D rive It D ay clashes w ith th e Easter H o lid a ys so th e S u ffolk S a u n te r w ill b e p u t b a c k until a fte r th e first M a y B a n k holiday. T h e ev enin g s will b e lighter, th e w e a th e r b ette r(? ), so w h y n o t S a u n te r dow n to S uffolk an d see w hat you're missing?

21 KENT M a i d s t o n e t o L e T o u q u e t Words and Pictures Les Lawrence Members may remember that in the Christmas edition of Legend, there was an invite from the Series 2 Club to join them on a drive to Le Touquet. The price was a very reasonable 35 of which 10 went straight to the Multiple Sclerosis Society, the charity the run was supporting. Th e run started from the Kent Life Centre in Maidstone but, living on the South Coast, we elected to join at Dover where we joined another 34 series Land Rovers, including another seven Series Ones; three of which were the pre-production vehicles 3, 11 and 14. John Smith in R 11, only just got to the ferry in time, having been delayed at the start with coil failure - it had only been in the vehicle for 63 years! Fortunately for John a local Series 2 member dashed home to obtain a replacement. After a liberal oiling of the boat decks, the vehicles set off into the French countryside, taking the coastal road from Calais down to Boulogne, which is a great scenic drive and recommended, irrespective of what vehicle you are driving. The vehicles were well received with French day trippers and hikers waving to us as we passed through villages, not to mention the French Citroen Traction- Avant club members who were having a drive in the opposite direction. It was then onwards into the centre of Le Touquet, parking right next to the beach. Time for a B B Q, a bit of shopping and a paddle and then the auction. Numerous goodies from kind sponsors such as Dunsfold, Landie Andy, Bearmach, Severn Valley Leafers and others were up for grabs, the proceeds topping up the MS funds. It was very soon time to turn around and head for home. A long but enjoyable day. A special mention must go to Series One club members Nick and Pam Gaunt who drove down from North Yorkshire in their 80in to take part and a big thank you to Peter Wales, Shaun and Hazel Smeeth for organising and inviting our club along and P&O Ferries for the special rates. Sponsorship, entry fees and the auction raised just under 5,000 for the Multiple Sclerosis Society.

22 SHROPSHIRE S u n d o r n e R a lly Andrew Jones ( ) writes, I enclose some pictures of the Shropshire / Sundorne Rally and also some of my display at the Shropshire steam rally at Onslow Park in Shrewsbury 20l'0. There were four members displaying at,the steam r^ll/but I didn't get any photos of,them. jr w < -

23 W ords Carl Radford Pictures Carl Radford and Andy (V R O ). Here are a few words about our annual meet at Glam is Castle this year; we were a bit unlucky this year that after a long dry period the weather decided to break on the Friday and Saturday and attendance was way down for those days. Sunday, which is the main day for the public was dry and sunny and brought out record numbers of Series Ones. We also got permission for a line up up on Lord Strathmore's lawn - hpe we d idn t leave any oil stains! See you next year.

24 W ords Kyle Cooper Pictures Kyle Cooper, Emrys Kirby and John Carroll My Dad was midway through the restoration of DoDO when I entered this world so it was in my blood to get involved with Land Rovers, especially Series Ones. I first got behind the wheel of DoDO when I was about 12 and Dad took me on many a summer's eve laning trip. Insurance came at quite a high price (for Dad!) but he couldn t refuse the endless fun that a Series One gives. Since then I relish every opportunity to take DoDO out and about to continue the endless adventures that he has had over the 40 years of family ownership. So this recent tale all started from a com ment on a Facebook photo - one belonging to Emrys Kirby (Rocky80inch). I think a trip back to Stanage Edge is in order. Anyone want to join me? I needed little encouragement, especially as I hadn't really done an all Series One greenlaning adventure before. A date was decided upon with three takers at that point. I prepared a route encompassing many of the classic lanes in the area that I had experienced before. I also consulted with local knowledge as well as the Peak District council website for any TR O s in effect; something well worth doing before setting off anywhere as one of the planned lanes was indeed closed. As mentioned we initially had 3 takers Rocky80inch, Legend Ed, and myself (DoDO) but the word spread, as it often does. On that note I would encourage any future trip/event organizer to persevere even if at the outset it appears only a few willing participants - it will always grow! With that we welcomed on board another two budding members in the weeks leading up to trip. Gertie and Milly72 (now Derbyshire area rep) were keen to get a few more green miles under their belts so I planned a gentle bimble on the Saturday and something a bit more challenging for Sunday. Rendezvous was 9 am at Cromford Cafe, which meant a 7 :3 0 departure at the latest for me. I arrived in good time to find Emrys, from Lancashire way who had also travelled a long distance. The remaining two arrived shortly afterwards, however we were not graced with the presence of JC as he was embroiled in a LRSOC committee meeting. After a good English breakfast we set off for the first lanes, via a petrol station to fill up. There we also partially removed doors/tilts for a better, more authentic laning experience - due to drafts or visibility, I let you decide! Beginning at Darley Bridge just outside Matlock I was eager to show my new tyres something other than tarmac - although thoroughly impressed with the transition from cross-ply to radial, with regard to road handling. Without describing every rock a turn on the trails, it s safe to say the weather and terrain were kind to us that morning as we made our way along a large section of the Limestone way to the lunch stop at a nice pub down by the river in Millers Dale. Then the day took an unusual turn, as four Series Ones pulled up in the car park; we were approached by a gentleman with a plea for transport assistance. That morning a party of friends and family, along with babies in (non-off-roading) buggies, had made their way to the pub and experienced difficult and muddy terrain. Unnerved by their experiences the request was could they hitch a lift back to the local holiday cottage if it wasn't too far out of our way. Well of course the answer was yes and coincidentally almost a direct route to their door was via another greenlane! With some money thrust into our hands for refreshments we paused for bite and sup before loading up the vehicles to take them home. Not expecting a un-metalled route back, nevertheless we had smiles all round from the grateful fares and I think some future green oval lovers!

25 The day culminated in the best lane of the day climbing up a scrabbly, rocky track up from Monsal Dale. At the end of this final long lane we bid farewell to Gertie and Milly72 and Rocky and I head off north to Edale, our overnight stop. On a previous venture I had visited a challenging lane known as Chapel Gate - not for the faint hearted. As it was en-route to Edale I took Rocky to the South entrance, the end I hadn t visited before to show him the severity of the north end, this meant having a play on the steps leading up to the big drop. JC found us in the very hospitable Old Nags Head later that evening after a fabulous meal and several good ales followed suit. The next day began on Chinley Steps/Roych Clough one that I descended last time but fancied attacking it from a different angle. As the name gives it away, there are some rocky steps to surmount at the southern end. With the ground being dry and the rocks being sandstone, I pointed DoDO at the steps gave a dab of throttle and up we went with no dramas whatsoever. I was very impressed with DoDO and tyres over this section, especially as a tagalong S2/90 hybrid that found us had a small amount of difficulty!. Onwards to Bamford Clough. A favourite climb among hill climb triallers in roadgoing vehicle this has a series of concrete (Yes, it has been repaired many times over the years) rises all the way up. JC got some fantastic shots of use coming up making them look so at home in the countryside. As the old proverb says, save the best til last and the remaining two lanes were a treat. Houndkirk Moor, a sandy, undulating track makes its way across with plenty of opportunities to pick a good and a bad line to drive. Fortunately a bad line will only prove to be uncomfortable with very little opportunity to sustain any damage. Before we set off across the moor though JC's wanted some attention in the form of a clear out of the jets as it was running a bit lumpy. Half way across we found a lone cassette tape in the middle of the trail - perfect as I had brought a cassette player along on the middle seat for some choons. It turned out to be a radio recorded chart show of a few years back, classic! At the end of Houndkirk, we bid farewell to JC as his weekend up to this point had been arduous and he longed for his own bed I think. The remaining three, two 80in and the S2/90 continued on to the grand finale. Stanage Edge is well known among climbers, walkers and 4x4s alike - it is essentially a long scar of rock stretching several miles along the Derbyshire countryside. Top get from top to bottom, climbers usually take a more vertical route but at one put very accute to its length is a track that is passable (legally) by 4x4s. I was there many years ago in DoDO with 6.00x16 tyres on and with a bit of persuasion managed to coax him to the top. This time gravity was on our side, coming from the opposite direction and a large rock in the rock-garden that made going difficult had been removed, legitimately or otherwise. This change in terrain was a little disappointing in a way as it made the passage substantially easier and the feeling of accomplishment was not as great. The lower part of the Stanage lane was fairly sedate bringing us to a small car park at the bottom. There we said goodbye to out friendly S2/90 tag along - he had only popped out for a pint of milk that morning! Rocky and I also split and headed off in our separate directions too after a last descent down Bamford Clough.

26 B a la A d v e n t u r e D r iv e Nigel Mottershead from Cheshire writes, I thought you may be interested in the attached photos of the Adventure Drive which we went to last Sunday organised by Dave Mitchell and his staff. In, as you probably know, 6000 acres of private woodland and forest near Bala which is glorious countryside with lots of tracks and some quite difficult bits too with rock and mud and water - all tackled in the Tread Lightly fashion and using tracks already made and used by forestry vehicles. We set off at 7am for the 6 0 odd mile drive to Bala and had a great day again with Dave and met some nice people - some old acquaintances and some new. The Series One performed like a dream and went everywhere without a hitch at all, and on standard running gear and wheels shod with Avon x1 6. The heater had a bit of a thrashing all day as it was a bit chilly but we all had a great day and lots of laughs too.

27 Pictures Dave Potts and Liz Dobson The Astle Park Rallywas held over the weekend of August 14/15. All the awards were self judged by the owners present on the Sunday and kindly sponsored once again by Worldwide Land Rover of Birkdale. Awards: Astle Park Trophy for the most interesting Series One on stand - Lei Johnson, T S K Character and nobility (Working Series One) - Keith Newton, POU in - Mark Hayward, FB U in - Paul Kohut, P YW in - Gary Fielding, SSL in - John and Lynn Nudd, S LP in - Paul Williamson, SSK 504

28 At the factor Mike Bishop writes, These photos of a magnificent display of later Series One vehicles at the Solihull factory came via Roger Crathorne - so a big thank you once again to him. The scene is set here as one to really impress. Not only are many well known factory specials present including the snow-blower 107 Station Wagon in the bottom left hand corner of one photo and SAS vehicle in the middle of the other but also Jet 1 and T3 Gas Turbine Rover cars in the centrespread. The range of specialist vehicles here is incredible and will certainly keep you entertained for a long time. How many Station Wagons can we count? Also note the factory threequarter tilt 88in on the right hand side of the display. Anyone know of any more?

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31 Tail board & top opening rear window in good order Solid rear cross member with towing clevis 1955 Series One 86 inch for sale in Kenya Body panel and tyres all in good order On a recent safari in East Africa, I came across a nice rust free 86in hard top that is for sale. It belongs to Oliver Keeble, who has had it for many years, but not from new. It is in Karen, a suburb of Nairobi, so convenient to view. Th e original 571 engine is fitted and starts well. Running adjustments may be needed as there is a slight unevenness in the engine note. The clutch pedal needs adjusting to reduce the free play travel. The brakes need cleaning and freeing off, as the vehicle has not been used much in recent years. Every thing else appeared to be in working order. The bodywork has been resprayed and is very good, all panels appeared straight. The speedometer mile counter shows 5 7,3 9 0 miles, which is believed to be correct. Some of the engine components, including the oil filler, side rocker cover, and engine breather, have been chromed. This was done by the previous owner, an American. The original petrol filter has been bypassed and a plastic in-line filter added. The instrument panel has had all the paint removed leaving clean aluminium. Two instruments have been added to an additional Shiny instrument panel not to everyone s liking panel fitted left of the main panel. Th e registration number is KBZ 9 6 0, and is original. The asking price is 4 8 0,0 0 0 Kenyan shillings. Presently there are about 120 Kenyan shillings to the U K, so that equals Quite a nice vehicle. There are a few little jobs to do to make it fully roadworthy. Anybody wishing to have a proper safari vehicle to go round the game parks, this is your chance. It is not allowed to import vehicles older than eight years of age to Kenya. So, if you are about to be transferred by your em ployer to Kenya, don t miss this opportunity! December 2010 Legend 31

32 Words and pictures Andrew Cross Nbrway, the country of myths and legends, the home of trolls and land of mountains and fjords. A large country with a small population gives everyone the chance to enjoy the great outdoors, it is also the home of the Norsk Land-Rover Klubb which was formed in 1975 and now has a membership of around To celebrate the founding of the club, they hold an international anniversary event every five years at different locations around the country, hosted by different regional groups of the club. This year s turn was taken by the Numedal group. I have visited Norway on a number of occasions on independent holidays in my One- Ten as well as joining with the Norsk Klubb in my Series One at previous anniversary events in 1990, 1995, 2000 and These visits have given me the chance to see much of the wonderful scenery this country has to offer and also meet many people there, some of whom have become great friends. Although my 86in hard-top was running well, I thought it wise to carry out a major service before setting out on what would be a 1800 mile trip. Norway is not now the easiest place to get to as the only direct ferry service has stopped operating. I considered various travel options including driving up through Europe and going via Denmark using two ferries. However I finally managed to secure a place on a freight ship which does go direct but will only take a few private bookings at the last minute if there is space after giving priority to the freight trucks. This worked out well except for the 26 hours on the North Sea with nothing to do. On arrival at Brevik in Norway I had a free day before I needed to get to Flesberg in the Numedal region for the rally so took the chance of a tour taking in the sights around the Telemark canal. On getting to the rally reception alongside the school in Flesberg I was warmly and efficiently welcomed with a detailed rally pack (thankfully an English version for us visitors) and guided to the camping area to be greeted by those Norwegian members already settled in, particularly my friend from previous visits; Bjorn Madsen who was nearby with his 80in, 107in SW and 90 as well as most of his family, giving the first indication that this was to be a very family friendly event with all ages represented. I was soon to be joined by the only others attending from the UK, Rob Hope- Jones and Gavin Howell who had driven through Europe in Rob's Series One 88in tilt, and Derek Spooner, also a LRSOC member, who was there in his Discovery. As the day went on, the fields were filling up with what would eventually be about 200 vehicles attending. The majority were obviously from Nonway but at least six other countries were represented. Around the site could be seen all types of Land Rover from our Series Ones to the latest Range Rovers. There were a total of 11 Series Ones, my own and Rob s from the UK and the others all being from Norway. Although not an official club stand, I did take along a club banner and put it up alongside my tent and it soon became a gathering point for those interested in the early vehicles. It was good to be able to meet some of our Norwegian members, including John and Ingrid who were at Ripon only a few weeks previously, and also to be able to give other enthusiasts details of our club. In honour of our Land-Rover marque and its UK origin the rally site was called Little Solihull and when on the rally field we all had to drive on the left but returning to the right once back on public roads.

33 Norsk Land Rover Klubb Jubileumstreff velxotten m til as1 little ; SOLIHULL By the reception area were the communal barbques which were lit each evening and also notice boards with lists to add your name to for the various activities throughout the five-day event. Options included trials, green lane runs and scenic drives. I watched some of the trials competition in a local gravel pit as well as joining a group trip to the Juva hills where we were guided by Ulf Myrvold, a Norwegian wildlife film maker who told us all about the area and how he had spent a snowy winter there filming wild Lynx. On Friday evening we all gathered in the school hall for the anniversary dinner of traditional local produce followed by live music entertainment. Saturday was our last full day and the first activity was to get all the Land Rovers to a local quarry for a group photograph; 200 vehicles driving several miles down the main road from Flesberg to the quarry did cause a bit of traffic chaos but no one seemed to mind, and it was certainly worth it to get such a great view of all the vehicles together. I was also pleased that the organisers managed to get all the Series Ones at the front of the group. It was while we were gathered at the quarry that, on behalf of the Series One Club, Gavin Howell made a presentation of a bottle of whisky to Halvor Syvertsen. It was difficult to decide which Norwegian Series One should receive this but Halvor s ex-norcem fire 86in finally won, it's a vehicle he has owned for a number of years. Bjorn Larsen was another longstanding Series One owner who was attending this event. We first met at the 1990 event and he still has his 80in. After the mass photo we divided into groups again and this time I joined the tour to the Buskerud area and visited the preserved Kroderen railway museum, calling in to see the 12th century wooden stave church at Vatnas on the return. In thanking the organisers I must not forget to mention the daily 'newspaper' which was printed overnight and placed under our windscreen wipers throughout the site before we were up each morning, the daily draw each evening for a number of great prizes, and the busy Norsk LR Klubb shop selling its items. The next morning the event drew to a close and everyone started packing up for their journey home but with all the talking and exchanging of addresses with friends Gavin Howell (right) presents a bottle of Scotch to Halvor Syvertsen, owner of this 86in fire engine old and new, it was well into the day before we departed. Rob and Gavin were heading back for a ferry and home via Denmark, Derek had a few more days to see the sights but I was lucky enough to have almost another two weeks in Norway during which I was able to visit wildlife centre to view wolves, lynx, arctic fox, reindeer and actually feed an elk. I also managed various trips into mountainous areas including up to the 6000ft summit Gausta from where, it is said, you can see one sixth of Norway and a visit to Myrdal on the steepest non-rack railway operating. Finally reaching the Oslo area for my last few days, I was able to visit my friend Erik Winther-Sorensen, who as Bearmach LR parts dealer for Norway is kept very busy, and receive some great Norwegian hospitality and enjoy some of Sissel s very tasty cooking. While in the area I took the chance to see the newly-built Oslo opera house, on the waterfront, in the style of a glacier on the fjord edge, as well as Oslo city Hall with its impressive art works. My holiday was almost over and after another 26 hours on a ship and a six hour drive back in the UK I was home. The previous three weeks had been a fantastic trip visiting a country I enjoy, meeting up with friends and with the added bonus of all those Land Rovers. My Series One, T U M had performed well, if a little slow, on some of the long mountain passes. All I can do now is look forward to future holidays in Norway to see even more parts of the country and particularly the next Norsk Klubb anniversary in 2015.

34 Who will reme Words Bob Payne (4950) Photos Luc Mouton, Anjo and Anita Hoogendoorn The Battlefields weekend at Ypres in Belgium was well attended by a multinational presence from UK, Belgium, Germany and Holland. The Kent and Sussex group of the Series One Club had several vehicles which travelled to the event; Tony and Heather Adams in their 80in, Gary Chisolm in his 80in, Mark in his 107in, Hugh Back and his wife Denise and myself Bob Payne in my 86in. We met at Dover and took the ferry to Dunkerque, Gary and Mark were both invited into the Customs shed as we travelled through customs and had a vision of an early nut and bolt rebuild! We travelled through France and into Belgium where we were met by Luc Mouton in his 80in from the Minerva Club who took us to his house for lunch. In the afternoon, Luc led us on a scenic drive to the cam p site at Ypres. Over the weekend we visited Talbot House, Bayernwald, Tyne Cot cemetery, Flanders museum, Krater 11 the Pool of Peace, The Menin Gate and a cheese factory. On Saturday evening we attended the Menin Gate last post ceremony and Luc Mouton laid a wreath on behalf of the Series One and Minerva clubs; a very moving ceremony which takes place every night when the road is closed to traffic. Th e whole weekend was excellent and the battlefield memorials, cemeteries, exhibitions and trenches left us all feeling very humble. About forty vehicles attended and, as you can see from the pictures, there was a good selection of Land Rovers and Minervas Please convey our thanks through Legend to the Minerva club for a fantastic weekend. I look forward to entertaining the Minerva club when they visit Kent on a culture weekend in May 2011 and visit Leeds Castle and Canterbury Cathedral. The planning for this event is well underway. I also hope to make it to Waterloo in 2011 for the Minerva event in September.

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36 Revival Ifirst met Lucy in a barn in Luxembourg. I d seen pictures of her of course, and had first been told about her at a toy fair in Brussels. That was over ten years ago. She wasn t called Lucy then. Since she came to England she has been expensive and high maintenance, but much cherished and been looked at longingly by a fair few admirers. She has probably got quite a few stories to tell, but she isn t telling! Now lest anyone gets it wrong, Lucy isn t some sort of exotic Bond girl-type, she s much more than that, my 86inch Minerva Land Rover hard-top with windows, a rare survivor, and there are only a few like her around nowadays. When we first acquired her, there were very few 86inch vehicles extant from the 1089 examples produced in the Mortsel factory in Antwerp by the Societe Nouvelle Minerva over the period Since then, a few have come to light, mostly close to derelict and needing considerable restoration. All Minerva Land Rovers are steel bodied and the 86inch versions in particular seem to have suffered from heavy use. Mostly lacking the regular inspection and maintenance of the military 80inch versions in service for up to 40 years, they succumbed to the metal moth. Many of the known survivors are late vehicles, but Lucy was shipped out from Solihull in CKD form in February The story we have is that she once belonged to Luxembourg s Ministry of Roads and Bridges, and was probably one of two used on a hydro-electric construction project in the north of the Grand Duchy. The rear floor area, though sound, shows signs of heavy kit being dum ped on it and tools being thrown in. The gearbox crossmember has had a fair old knock at some point and there is a substantial prop shaft guard fitted underneath. The throttle linkages showed considerable wear at a num ber of points, but very little else did. Sold out of service, or abandoned because of a problem, she was acquired by someone intending a conversion to a breakdown truck. That never happened and eventually, after years of storage, she passed to a new owner and spent more years in another barn before being found by Mark Schrobildgen and Jean Paul Federmeyer of Koerich. I had Jean Paul met several times at earlier toy fairs, as he is a Land Rover model collector too. At the November 1999 fair, knowing of my enthusiasm for the marque, they showed me photos of an 86inch Minerva they had just discovered and were intending to restore, together with pictures of Land Rover and Minerva vehicles in police service in Luxembourg. They were looking for help in putting together their researches for publication in one of the Land Rover magazines. Because of this they were reluctant to provide me with any photos, but I was very welcome to look over those they had with them. Then, in January ,1received a letter from them saying that they no longer wanted to go ahead with the Minerva restoration, but wanted to concentrate on Series One Land Rovers. Would I be interested in buying the 86inch vehicle from them? There could only be one answer, and a visit to Luxembourg was quickly arranged for the end of January. The trip was made with some trepidation because although from the photos the vehicle looked sound and pretty complete, you never really know until you've looked, do you? Once there, a good look over, round, inside and underneath confirmed that though grubby underneath the chassis looked OK except for a ding

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38 It's official! The tub restoration has taken longer than the bulkhead, not a startling headline but, from these latest pictures, hopefully, you can see that, the tub is finally located where it belongs. And it s green all over too! Hoorah. Again, it seems like I ve spent far too long on this one area of the restoration but perseverance has won over as my bodywork woes have almost come to an end. I'm pleased to have turned this corner at last, but I d settle for a bulkhead rebuild over a tub rebuild any day. Is that weird? I have various areas of progress to report on, but recently I've been contacted by a couple of other Series One members who like myself are deep into the full restoration of a Land Rover which is always interesting to hear about. However, the same questions keep coming up; just how to stay motivated over what seems like a long period of time? Which area do you concentrate on first? What do you concentrate on next? How much money have you spent? And many other questions and I continually reply that it's almost impossible to give quick fire answers. It always depends on exactly what you ve started with and perhaps what you want to achieve at the end of it all? Simple questions but not so simple answers. A ground up resto with a 100% rebuild of all moving parts is not for the faint hearted and it really does depend on what you start with. Your time, skill and budget will determine the route that unfolds for you and there can be no set period of time for a restoration, 2-4 years, 5-7, years? Sometimes less, sometimes more. I've totally given up thinking of my deadline for completion; it s done when it's done even though finally I m starting to see some forward progress as most things are green and looking like a Land Rover. I really do sympathise with anyone struggling for motivation when certain areas can bog you down. It s just a case of taking a deep breath, staying positive and gradual forwards movement. Inspiration for me came in an unexpected way recently; a day trip to Duxford to look at the aeroplanes and vehicles did wonders to boost my flagging confidence. Th e exacting level of detail and accuracy to return a plane back to flying condition somewhat humbled me. Speaking to some of the team of restorers about how many years they d spent on a wing or tail-section made my three months of tub and bodywork woes pale into insignificance. The saga that became the tub was alternating with the wing rebuilds and perhaps the similarity of tasks required; welding up holes, sanding, welding, panel beating, grinding, filling, priming and then repeating the whole process again perhaps became too monotonous so it doesn t inspire you. My answer is to occasionally do something completely different like rebuilding the D-lamps or headlights or attempt to restore the horn push. The variation sometimes helps. As I've explained to others recently, it's just a case of breaking it all down into manageable chunks and ticking them off as and when complete> You will get to the end of your list! Spraying has continued when the weather has allowed. I can t believe that I d admit that, but spraying at home is not the average pastime in suburbia in a single garage! Usually in the morning the sun shines straight into the front of my garage and warms it significantly to allow some progress, be it primer or top coats. Thankfully when the temperature is right the paint dries quickly to either allow further coats or the eventual time to tidy away without damaging or ruining your efforts. How I m envious of you

39 lot who have barns and workshops and spray booths and cranes and pits... I can confirm that the inside surface area of the tub is greater than the outside and this itself did present me with logistic problems of lifting the tub from the chassis, into the garage, paint, wait, turn over, paint, wait, fit back to chassis... Tidy away. It seems to have gone on forever and, with the weather recently turning, I'm pleased to say there is enough paint now on to allow some later refinishing. I ll most likely leave it alone to fully harden off while I attend to other areas. I must have been using up quite a bit of paint recently as my last trip to the paint stockist resulted in the sales staff recognising me and asking what my order would be, 'same at last time? I recently received back from the shot-blaster four useable wheels so these were hastily zinc primed and, over the course of various weekends, some grey primer and a couple of layers of green gradually built up. I know it s only the wheels but being a novice paintsprayer I found these the most difficult thing to spray thus far to produce a uniform finish all over. Practising on the inside faces only proved to me that I needed, well, more practice but a eureka moment saw me dig out an old front stub axle and hub and fashion up a turn-table that I could spin the wheels on. Result! When it came to applying the top coats to the outside faces, spinning the wheel as opposed to trying to orientate your wrist and spray gun was a big step forward. The photos show four decent wheels and tyres fitted which is much more pleasing to the eye than the rusty hulks that have been in place for the last two years. Something that I d previously overlooked on the tub were all the cappings and galvanised parts etc. Naively, I'd thought that I might get away without removing these but I soon realised that to make a proper job of the tub they were all in the way. Secondly, on closer inspection of the cappings, I found various damage, extra rivets, extra holes, odd bits of welding etc so these were duly removed for various bits of repair or, in some cases, replacement. The forum came to my rescue (when doesn t it?) in turning up the items I needed. I d thought about having everything re-galvanised but stopping and taking a reasoned assessment left me thinking that most of the galv parts were usable 'as is. Small areas of oxidation could be touched up with galvafroid paint and buffed in locally. Applying a couple of coats of this zinc-rich paint with a stipple type finish and then polishing off after it dries does leave a respectable looking galv-type finish. When the weather stops you painting or working outside there has to be a bench-top job that keeps the resto moving and, to this end, I d been working on and off with a horn dip switch assembly. Typically, I d acquired a couple of broken bakelite centres and oddments, if only to acquaint myself with the inner workings of this much sought after part! In addition to this, last year I'd also acquired a cast aluminium dip switch centre (see pic) as sent to me by another LRSOC member. A lovely thing too, accurate and sharply cast, it came to me with a message, 'See if you can make it work?' Well I took up the challenge and it's still a challenge as I haven t finally got it working but I m getting close. I ve refitted an original Bakelite horn button with new spring and terminals etc and can make this work. I ve fitted the dip switch and all its terminals, the switch is operational but I m not fully sure the terminals are isolated enough yet. Should have studied more about auto-electrics perhaps? If I get the casting plastic-coated or powder-coated this will offer some insulation which may help. I keep putting this down and then picking it up again, the whole thing amuses me, but I suppose what drives me is the thought of not having to pay

40 out megabucks for a bakelite original. I ll keep you posted on this one or just give up and shell out for an original. Fuel tank progress continues; I d really like to have mine finished and in the chassis which would allow me to get GRX all fired again but I ve suffered a couple of set backs. Development work is never straight forward and so far I ll confess to making two tanks, both of which have gone into the scrap bin for various reasons. Drawings, detailed plans and laser-cut materials have all been semi-successful. I m attempting to make this from stainless and depending on how much weld you apply and the heat generated really can distort things. So much so, that the top face ready for its filler-neck was initially beyond use. So onto version two which ultimately suffered a similar fate because I attempted to place a joint across a corner but then didn't like the look of the external seam. I m currently on with version three. Good news on the side pressings though, as I ve managed to accurately copy the profile of the side-pressing in its diagonal form which does look right. One day I ll post up some pictures, hopefully in 2011! With the tub almost ready for final bolting up I know I can now progress to the seat box, the joint strip-angle, the locker lids and the floor panels etc. Everything here has been test fitted at some point so this is finally just a case of doing up the nice new clean nuts and bolts. Oh joy. Fitting the capping will probably result in me scratching or damaging my new paint work but I ll get over it. The newly painted wheels and the matching tyres certainly makes me think I've progressed a bit but I still have to restore or make a tailgate, rebuild the doors, frames and locks, completely restore the windscreen frame and glass, adjust the bulkhead, spray the bonnet, spray the front wings. You know the story and when I total up my wish list of missing parts, it still comes to over four figures so there's a way to go yet. The restoration road can be long at times but it needn t be lonely. We can all take comfort that our club and other members are here and around us when needed. Believe me, I know. Ask a question and someone will answer, whether you're in South Wales or South Africa, Norfolk or Nova Scotia, Accrington or Australia we are at least united in our quest to restore our vehicles. The interest and enthusiasm for the Land Rover marque remains with us. Keep the faith and good luck with your restorations, there is light at the end of the tunnel even though the days are currently shorter in the northern hemisphere! Safe and healthy Land- Rovering to you all.

41 L ain d R o v e r words and pictures Mick Burn n H e a t e r I I p g r a c CD espite repeated attempts I was unable to cure a leak from my Smiths round heater (sometimes referred to as a fug stirrer). Biting the bullet I decided to purchase a replacement heater matrix from Clayton Heaters. The matrix (Part No LE15-7M with Motor Mounting Plate) comes complete with three clips to hold the front cover in place. The matrix is a different design to the original and was also slightly narrower (hence the new clips). Clockwise: New matrix with three clips; Fan motor fitted to new matrix (front view); Fan motor fitted to new matrix (rear view); Complete new heater ready to fit IN S T R U C T IO N S FO R F IT T IN G. 1. Partially drain radiator so as to minimize loss of coolant. 2. Disconnect wiring from heater switch. 3. Close tap to heater and then remove black rubber heater hoses to heater. 4. Unbolt 3 fixings holding heater to bulkhead. 5. Carefully remove clips holding heater front cover. 6. Using a small alien key unbolt fan blade from motor. 7. Unbolt motor from heater matrix back plate and rebolt it to new matrix. 8. Refit fan to motor shaft ensuring that blades just clear matrix. Trial fit front cover and check it clears fan blades. If OK clip in place using three new clips. Ensure front cover is positioned correctly. 9. Feed wiring through bulkhead and rebolt heater to bulkhead. Refit wiring to switch. My heater was earthed through on of the heater mounting bolts. 10. Refit heater hoses, open tap and refill radiator with antifreeze solution. 11. Run up engine to normal temperature, check for leaks and heater output. Radiator may need topping up again once engine has cooled. Clayton Heaters can be contacted at Clayton Heaters, Hunter Terrace, Fletchworth Gate, Burnsall Road, Coventry, CV5 6SP Heater Matrix LE15-7M with Motor Mounting Plate costs (incl VAT) plus Standard carriage charge Discounts are available to classic car enthusiasts. HEAT 6ft

42 Getting into a Flap words and pictures Graeme Aldous It would seem from the Forum that you either love mudflaps or you hate them. And if you love them, then you may be accused of nonoriginality, at least as far as Series Ones are concerned. Well, if you live where I do, you love them - down a surfaced, but always-muddy lane. And mine is a working vehicle, not a concours one, so strict originality isn t an issue. Ever since we bought Fido (SXF 870) some 36 years ago, she s had mudflaps not just official rear ones with the logo on that keep the rear body and the trailer clean, but also some rather ingenious front ones. A previous owner had welded angle irons to the front of the bolt-on chassis uprights that support the steering box, and a piece of conveyor belting hanging from those not only kept the doors a bit cleaner, but also did a lot to stop m ud collecting in that vertical crevice between the bulkhead footwell pressing and the wing outer. So when Fido received her new chassis, I was anxious to re-fit them. Having shortened them a little to overcome a worn and weak point, the rear ones were simple, just some 1.5in (40m m ) steel angle, cut to shape (to allow for the slope of the rear chassis ends), pre-drilled and then galvanised. A smear of Waxoyl on the face of the rubber where it was sandwiched between the irons, and the whole lot could be bolted together and offered up to the chassis. But the front ones needed a bit more cunning. I didn t want to burn the galv off my new chassis bits by welding the angles to them, so I took one of the scrap uprights and used it as a template. At the lower end are three bolt holes two go to the chassis rail, and the top one supports the wing inner. I cut two metal plates to sit neatly inside the ribs of the extension, and marked the slotted holes. Now I could weld my angles to those plates, knowing that they would fix in place using existing bolts, without having to drill anything. After a visit to the galv bath, the ironwork could be mated to the rubber, and the whole lot installed in about half an hour. The pictures possibly make it clearer. One thing to bear in mind is that the positioning of the left-hand bar must be decided first, as there s not much clearance from the exhaust down-pipe. Once that s been decided, make the right-hand one to match. The front brackets, and conveyor belt flaps

43 Checking the position in the scrap chassis upright. You can see where the previous owner welded the original angle Front and rear flaps keep the mud at bay The neat front flap. The right-hand one helps keep the brake light L A H P

44 M a g n e t i c S p e e d o m e t e r R e p a i r 1. c n iii 2. t : - '.'ic 3ftr.il* *:r= *fc**l J. r : - 3ftr.ll*.-.*r 4. Vain 3flr.ll* Key Scr*» 5. H itfr.*-:» r.l t.ra ka.'tty.y 6. T c t» l 7. lecer.tle Clip 6. P s «l S; n r. * 9. Crir Splr.il*»'.i Suti 10. H»ira:rlr* 11. Hampris^ 7u;*r Fir. 12. S ii'ir Pl»-»».-.l 15. Slater Flic* Filler Sir** 14. Bril;* 3-.-r' 15. C.<*1 3ni* S ;rl:; Hater.*: lh ««l ( : :! ) Co-ir.*.*r S;rtr^ Kais 5;rir^ SI** «Z*sfc«r T-.r.s*. &.1 : _-.c*r Drus T :»l Cc_-.c*r Transfer Pl.-.icr. C»rn «r?!*: > ri=»l C:ir.*.*r 2r -r 3ri*lr^?l»c* Sftetr; z»;.-.*r I:--.-.*.- Sflr.il* C:tr.t«r SI* P a r t II: C le a n in g words and pictures Mike Flannery F i g. 2«Neraag Mk. I l l S p e e d o m e te r - G e n e r a l A rra n g e m e n t o f B o tto m T o t a l Movement Once you have the speedometer apart and examined it (Pic 1. Mk 111 Nemag). It is likely that you will need to clean the various bits. Remember that the magnet will attract any small ferrous bits on the bench so make sure that any cleaning is done in a ferrous-free area. Even a clean bench will have a residual element of small filings and swarf so I suggest using the kitchen table... Initially it is best to go for a very gentle cleaning regime using cotton buds, cocktail sticks and washing up liquid. A combination of these will remove most of the dirt around the speedo mechanism without doing damage. Starting with a gentle process means you can always get a bit more aggressive as time goes on. Putting the whole thing into a shot blaster is not recommended, neither is an over enthusiastic use of the air line, take it slowly and steadily and there is less change of damage occurring. It is up to you to decide what sort of finish you are aiming at with the dial and the bezel, as these along with the glass and pointer are all that will be seen. My personal preference is for an instrument to look as if it has been on the vehicle since new and so a slightly tired or sleepy finish is what I am after. A dial which has been refurbished to an as new condition tends to shout at you and can spoil the overall finish of the instrument cluster. If the speedo mechanism has got damp then it is likely that the magnetic part may show signs of some blisters of rust (Pic 2. rusty magnet). This should be carefully removed a soft brass wire brush is a good tool for this. The alloy casting should not require much more than a brush with a soft brass wire brush and the cross holes cleaned out with a cotton bud. If there is serious damage or dirt, then a soft steel wire brush can be used, take care to avoid the bits from the wire brush remaining. The 9B A screw holes can be carefully cleaned out with a 9B A tap. Similarly the 3B A mounting plate holes can be cleaned with a tap. Before cleaning the note the position of the felt tip pen line you drew on it to mark the position of the pointer at zero. Th e aluminium's cup should be cleaned with the cotton buds and washing up liquid it then should be dried and polished, again using cotton buds. I use solvol autosol, again on a cotton bud, but other fairly gentle polishers can be used. Make sure you get rid of all the abrasive polish before reassembly. The hair spring should be cleaned with care and trying to clean this may well result in a broken spring, but gentle brush with a small artist brush will remove any bits of spiders web or similar make sure that any brush hairs that fall from the brush are also removed. The dial may be cleaned with care, I generally avoid using any chemical and just use a cotton bud to remove any dirt. It is very hard to get at the face but I would take some care not to get contaminated with the luminous paint dust as some authorities suggest that this might have very small but never the less present radioactive particles in it. We have to remember that the dial and the luminous paint might well be pre-1948 when general concerns about the addition of the radio active element to make the paint luminous was not an issue. If the dial is very badly corroded there are various methods that can be used to repair the situation. The most expensive is to have the dial repainted by a professional clock dial restorer while this is expensive the results are impressive. Other methods involve using a computer scanned image of a dial which is printed on an

45 adhesive backed card or fabric. The new dial is then stuck on to the old dial plate. This will give a good but perhaps not perfect result. The pointer or needle can be remade, a time consuming job, but an evening with a small section of brass and a set of needle files will result in a reasonable shape. Glass can be either cleaned or if very badly scratched can be replaced a horological glass supplier can match the glass with little trouble. The bezel, some motorcycle factors will have replacement 60m m bezels in stock, I believe these come from China or India. I have not had to use any as yet so I cannot comment on their quality. The fibre gear driven off the large brass worm will need to be cleaned I use a cocktail stick and clean out the groves between the teeth, a bit like flossing. Once the whole thing has been cleaned it needs to be reassembled; as the good books say reassembly is the reverse of disassembly. If you have got this far then k there is not m uch point in a whole load of photos reversing the disassembly. Refitting all the parts back on to the cradle making sure that a small amount of lubrication is used on the pivots of the aluminium cup. I would suggest a very light oil be used. I use a Mobeus D3 which is a synthetic clock oil but it is stupidly expensive. I understand that good results are achieved by using a synthetic bicycle chain oil 'w hich is about 1 0 % of the cost : of the Mobeus. Some people light prefer to use a sewing rmachine oil. I have had very 'variable experienced from using 3 'in 1 oil and so I would avoid using it but it is a personal choice. Make sure that the odometer is free and a very small touch of oil is in order, do be careful using any solvents as they will lift off the numbers on the wheels, I use a warm water and washing up liquid to clean the whole assembly with out disassembly it again it is gentle and should not do any damage. Once the whole thing is dry, lubrication with light oil. Once all is lubricated and reassembled and you have put the pointer back to the mark that you made when you took the speedo apart all, should be ok. If you took the speedo apart because it was not working then by now you should have found and corrected the problem. However, experience shows that a high percentage of speedo faults are actually caused by the speedo drive cable. The Smiths Care of Instruments book suggests that the speedo cable should be well secured but not pinched with no bends within 2in of the connection to the speedo, which for the 80in Series ones with the small binnacle is nearly impossible to accomplish! The book also suggests that every 10,000 mile the inner cable is with drawn cleaned and degreased, then re-greased sparingly with Castrol L.M. or Esso TS D 119 grease. Do not use oil. Th e last eight inches of the cable nearest the speedo head should be withdrawn and wiped clean C A L IB R A T IO N A few words on calibration. There is no m e chanical connection between the road wheels and the speedo needle, it is all done with the spinning magnet drawing the aluminium cup around, so calibration of the speedometer part of the speedo is tenuous. When the Land Rover and the other cars to which these Nem ag type of speedometers was fitted, the speedo gave an 'indication of speed not an accurate reading as it was not required. It was not until the authorities enforced speed limits with sophisticated equipment that the speedos fitted were found to be generally 5 % plus or minus generally being set to read on the fast side. Smiths factory figures were an optimistic -1 % + 2 %. And during calibration the speedo was set to read over speed. We need to rem em ber that the action of the speedo pointer is governed by the magnetic power of the magnets, a weak set of magnets will give a speedo a slower reading. We should also remember that the magnets are well over 50 years old and might well be expected to be a bit weak. The Smiths calibration machine (Pic 3. speedo tester) allowed the factory technician the option of re magnetising the magnets using the electromagnets labled B on the picture either to increase the power of the magnet or decrease the magnets for the reverse. It is possible to recalibrate the speedo by using a home made set of electro magnets and I believe some people have had good results by using the very much more powerful modern set of rare earth magnets to re-magnetise the speedo magnets I have not used this method. This operation is a bit time consuming and needs to be done with care. To be honest if you want to get a reasonable speedometer reading and you have a GPS then use that as the guide, do not re-case the speedo yet but with some care reconnect the drive system, mount the speedo in the car and drive at say 30 mph using the GPS as a guide, stopping to reset the pointer in relation to the aluminium drag cup this will give an adequate, but not perfect, result. The speedo that left the factory all those years ago was designed to work with the correct set of tyres and the correct gearbox ratio, changing the tyres from say 600x16 to the larger 750s will, of course, give a different reading. The only part of the speedo head that does have a mechanical link from the wheels is the odometer. On the face of the speedo dial is the TP M num ber for the 80in either 1500 or 1504, this is the num ber of revolution that the drive system needs to advance the odometer by one mile. So by setting a drive system up that will give you a set speed of 1500 rpm and timing how long it takes for the odometer to advance by one mile it should, take one minute for the speedo being driven at 1504 rpm to advance one mile and that of course is also 60 mph so you can set the speedo needle by trial and error to this speed. Some suggest using a electric drill running in reverse to give you a speed drive system this is ok, but in my opinion, starts too quickly and could well cause damage to the speedo head. The machine I have designed gives a softer start mimicking the actual action of the car as it gradually gets to 60 mph. To calibrate the speedo odometer you need to get odometer advancing 1 mile in 1 minute then that it the position that the needle should indicate 60m ph simple. But it does take a bit of time to get it right. You can then make sure it is correct by running the speedo drive at 750 rpm and measuring the advanced mile in two minutes the speedo needle should be steady on the 30 mph. With grateful acknowledgments to Jeremy, Dennis Quinlan, Anthony Rhodes. Photo two speedo recalibration from Smiths Guide to Repair Nemag Speedo. Photo three GA of the MK 111 Nemag also Smiths Guide to Repair the Nemag Speedo. Next time; a bit more on calibration for different size wheels and speedo fault finding. Fix. 16. Speeikimch-r t o Oxer Te a BxarJ am! StaxncUxer

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Rebuilt over many years on a new galvanised chassis (Steve Walker). Virtually all new parts sourced. I have spent 10,000 on parts and all receipts are available. Engine rebuilt by Cox & Turner at a cost of Some spares also available including last brand new 2.0 Itr carb from Dunsfold (1999 cost 225); fitted briefly then replaced by recon Stored under cover. Mileage since rebuild: Serious offers to Adrian Barnes or Bulkhead Original aluminium bulkhead as advertised in issue 153 June 2010, but not collected. Needs tidying (nr Exeter) Series 3. This vehicle was used exclusively by 27 Squadron RAF Regt, Leuchars, Fife from March 1979 until September 1985 when it was sold on the civilian market. Its RAF description is Truck Utility, Long Wheel base, 12 volt, % ton. Info supplied includes RAF reg. No, contract No, date of entry into RAF and date of authority for sale as supplied from RAF Hendon. Just been M OT'd. 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Or keep it as a Minerva, at the largest military show in the world, The War & Peace Show, there was only one Minerva. Can arrange delivery at cost firm (Hertfordshire) Canvas. Chassis repaired but good, bulkhead has new top rail (Radford s). Series 3 engine and axles (11 front brakes) very good bodywork. Tested until June This vehicle has its original registration number and is ideal for daily use or for rolling restoration ono. Tel / (Durham) WANTED 107 Wheel rim. For my 1955 LWB Julian ", it went missing during restoration, advised by Tech Officer Les Lawrence that it is a 5 SWB , preferably date stamped Have had Julian since 1960 and had no idea that wheels are so different. 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48 DUNSFOLD. DLR DUNSFOLD LA N D R O V ER S LTD Alfold road. D unsfold, S u rre y G U 8 4NP Tel: Fax: w w w. d u n s f o l d. c o m d l d u n s f o l d. c o m A lo n g w ith o u r norm a l stock, here a fe w item s that w e have g o o d stock of or have had re -m a d e. All prices plus vat subject to stock Main bearing set std-060 by-pass Head lam p bo w l o,s take out as new Big end bearings std -40 by-pass All do or seals for 80" exact repro Ask Main bearing f/flow std Spare w heel rod and bracket Big end bearing f/flow std Seat buffer w edge type genuine 5.00 Low er rocker shaft genuine Prop for bonnet 86/ Cam follow ers /6/5 o n ly genuine Bracket rest for spare 86/ Dipstick Ju n ctio n box round 6 pole S u m p gasket all ser 1 genuine 3.50 W indscreen seal exc repro Oil filter pipes all types Ask W indscreen seal 86/ exc repro Carb body / H ardtop lid to side seal all ser 1 per metre 8.50 Bellhousing g ro m m e t Spare w heel clam p bolt 3/ Clutch fork fine Spare w heel rubber support /301254/ To p splined sw ivel pin only Assorted bo dy cappings 80/86/88 ask Ask Rubber boot track rod end S prin g bushes for all m odels 80"86"88" Ask Brake m aster cylinder 80" good repro Steering box assy 80 new genuine Ask Throttle ball joint 1659 aau Steering w heel new old stock Ask A ir cleaner hose 80" +early 86" Trafficators se100 new old stock Ask Speedo cable assy Flasher switch lucas bullseye a35 type Ask M a n y othe r n e w and used parts fo r all m odels. W e carry o ve r active lines of parts for all m odels R O O F T O W I N D S C R E E N S E A L A N E X A C T R E P R O D U C T I O N Fits Hard To p and T ru ck Cab L A N D ROVER P A R T S C E N T R E FREE CATALOGUES OR CD ROM Rubber seal for canopy (304211) 13 G alvan ized stiffener (304212) 12 Prices + carriage + VAT O N L Y A V A I L A B L E F R O M T H E S E R I E S O N E C L U B S H O P T e l : ( b e t w e e n 7 & 1 0 p m ) o r e m a i l c l u b s h o l r s o c. c o m Genuine Land Rover parts mi models) Rimmer Bros is an authorised Land Rover parts distributor Quality Afterm arket parts Worldwide m ail order service (Retail & trade) Extensive website (On-line ordering) Counter service <Retan & tradei V a s t S t O C k S itor immediate delivery) Great prices! t Great service! Free catalogues Trade enquiries welcome (Local trade delivery service) STAINLESS STEEL " EXHAUST * CENTRE Q for all Land Rower models ^ JS. Please enquire for Vi \\ superb prices and off ^ fhe the shelf availability. 7T.)T,[ ), MG ROVER & TRIUMPHl jr ± CLASSIC PARTS f h um ph We slock the full range too! VISITORS WELCOME We are open;- HON - FU s 30am to 5.30pm. SAT; 8.30m to I pm P A R T S S A L E S & E N Q U IR IE S Tel: Trade Enquiries: Fax: Rimmer Bros. Triumph House, Sleaford Rd (A15), Bracebridge Heath, Lincoln, LN4 2NA TtSt q q ^ h i s» a w w w.rim m erbros.co.uk

49 T H E P E R F E C T R E P L A C E M E N T C H A S S I S F O R Y O U R V E H I C L E I N D I V I D U A L L Y M A D E T O M A T C H Y O U R C H A S S I S N U M B E R S U P P L I E D G A L V A N I Z E D A N D R E A D Y T O F I T \ T r o v e r ) S E R IE S O N E C L U B Chassis Type Price Ex V A T 80 Pre^roduction 2, Standard 80 prior to Price on application Standard 80, onwards 1, Standard 86 and 88 1, Standard 107 and 109 Pick up 2, Standard 107 Station Wagon 2, Non-standard chassis Price on application O N L Y A V A I L A B L E F R O M T H E S E R I E S O N E C L U B S H O P F o r m o r e d e t a i l s c o n t a c t D e r e k H e y n e s T e l : ( b e t w e e n 7 & 1 0 p m ) o r e m a i l c l u b s h o l r s o c. c o m R a d fo rd B u lk h e a d s T e l : o r B ritis h M a d e G a lv a n is e d B u lk h e a d s F o r 8 6 /8 8 /1 0 7 /1 0 9 & 8 0 S e rie s O n e L a n d R o v e r s A ls o F u ll R a n g e o f C h a s s is P a rts fo r A ll M o d e ls Bulkhead 86 /88 /107 /109 (galvanised) 750 Rem anufactured Series O ne Parts B ulk he ad 80 (e x ch a n g e ) 750 Bulkhead 86 /88 m odified for S2 pedals 790 Brake pipe shields P T No /9 Bulkhead 86 /88 m odified for V8 etc. 810 All m odels (galvanised) 18 Bulkhead Repair Sections 86 /88 W ing stay brackets (galvanised) 10 To p Rail 75 D o or sill end repair section 4.50 Footwells (pair) 76 W ing to bulkhead bracket P T No /8 C h assis Parts (com plete w ith fixings) 22 Bulkhead O utriggers 86 /88 D/S 40 P/S 34 C heck strap plates (galvanised) set of 4 10 Bulkhead O utriggers 107 /109 D/S 44 P/S Ta n k G uard (galvanised) 50 Bulkhead O utriggers 80 Both 34 B olt-on Draw bar/tow plate (galvanised) all m odels 110 B o d y O u trig g e rs 86 /88 & B o d y O utriggers 107 / Master C ylin der conversion kit 86 /88 /107 /109 Fuel Ta n k O utriggers all m odels 18 (T o use Series T w o cylinder) 35 Rear Crossm em ber (state m odel & year) All 150 A s above with 10 extensions 170 R ubber Seals Rear Crossm em ber + sprin g hangers (1/4 C h assis ) 205 W iring G rom m et, rear crossm em ber (each) 1.50 G earbox Crossm em ber (all m odels) 44 Bulkhead to W indscreen seal (exact reproduction) D um b Irons (state m odel & year) All /88 20 Flyw he e l C ro ssm e m b e r 80 o n ly C om plete range o f c h a s s is parts too m any to list, please ring. A ll prices p lus carriage (n o V A T ) Dfilivfirv to anvwhfire in UK and Eurona W ardhead, Lonmay, Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire AB43 8RY

50 Special Christmas Offer! Specifically written for the Series One Land Rover enthusiast, and published in-house by the Land- Rover Series One Club, John Smith's book is the definitive volume covering the first 20 years of Land- Rover development. The book is in A4 format, and has 320 pages of text accompanied by some 500 factory photographs, drawings, and other illustrations. Never before has the story surrounding the formative years of the Land Rover been told in such depth or such detail. This is the story of a bygone age when the Rover Company was still an independent car manufacturer in the capable hands of two brothers, Spencer and Maurice Wilks, who were in overall charge of both the long term planning and the day-today running of the company. For John, early Land Rovers have been the passion of a lifetime. His book has been painstakingly researched over 25-years with the full G e t J o h n S m i t h s a c c l a i m e d b o o k, L a n d R o v e r T h e F o r m a t i v e Y e a r s a t t h i s s p e c i a l o f f e r p r i c e o f ONLY i n c. U K p & p «n, i r cooperation of Maurice Wilks's son Stephen, who provided much of the background, including photographs, surrounding his father's original vision for the go-anywhere, do-anything' crosscountry car that became the Land Rover. Gordon Bashford kindly lent John his personal ledger, containing all his hand-written notes and sketches used for the initial development of the Land- Rover. The book s foreword has been written by Stephen Wilks. John's excellent book traces the real story surrounding these early Land Rovers, from the first embryonic hybrid prototype of 1947 and on through the production model s continuous development over the following 20 years. These were the formative years of the Land Rover that were to firmly establish its reputation as The World s Most Versatile Vehicle I can think of no better person to write such a book.' Stephen Wilks, President of the Land Rover Series One Club For a limited period only, Land Rover Th e Formative Years will be available at a special price of including UK p&p from the club shop at N e w M e m b e r s 5938 Andrew Parry Lancashire 5964 Peter & Julie Rosvall Canada 5 9 % Odd Erling Norheim Eriksen Norway 5939 Mark Ball Leicestershire 5965 Ian Amies Suffolk i 5997 Clive Bunting Suffolk 5940 David Dinnis Derbyshire 5966 Mike Cotton Norfolk 5998 Neil Munro Suffolk 5941 George Rowe Devon 5967 Fernando de Escoriaza Switzerland 6000 Rupert Leeds Dorset 5942 Tim Hampton Gloucestershire 5968 Frank Thorn borrow London 6001 Roger Stokes Shropshire 5943 Yves de Mestral Switzerland 5969 Gerald Coppell Gloucestershire 6002 Paul Barge Kent 5944 Paul Walshe Shropshire 5970 Robin Parker Hampshire 6003 Graham Honnor Herefordshire 5945 Nicholas Matthams Essex 5971 Luz Sozzi Switzerland 6004 Paul Bannister Warwickshire 5946 Charles Robert Kent 5972 Roger Timms Warwickshire 6005 John Hay (Ian) Wallace Argyll, Scotland 5947 David Larsen Kent 5973 Martin Shallcross Aberdeenshire 6006 Matthew Carter Flintshire, Wales 5948 Robert Garrett Essex 5974 Harry Bassett Staffordshire 6007 Hywel Thomas Somerset 5949 Desmond Pooley Norfolk 5975 Ross Porter-Ward London 6008 Paul Andrew Cheshire 5950 Andrew Sugg Somerset 5976 Lyall Anderson Australia 6009 Rob Aunger Cornwall 5952 Steve Crooks Lincolnshire 5977 Fred Chugg Devon 6010 Dougie Martin Norfolk 5953 James Holland Bristol 5978 Peter Ringoet The Netherlands 6011 Martin Peterkin Dorset 5954 Wayne Price Leicestershire 5979 Robert (Bob) Cunliffe BC, Canada 6012 Robert Lawton Wiltshire 5955 Francis Raemdonck Belgium 5980 Malcolm Downie Devon 6013 Eric Williams East Yorkshire 5956 Matthew Fullerton Suffolk 5981 Timothy Jordan Australia 6014 Len Vodic Australia 5957 John Davis Ceredigion, Wales 5982 Shaun Turner Devon 6015 Sid Ggarrard Dyfed, Wales 5958 Bryan B. Hudson Leicestershire 5983 Andrew Egerton Manchester 6016 Martin Schweinfurth Germany 5959 James Houlston Cambridgeshire 5984 Richard Hawkhead North Yorkshire 6017 Wyn Roberts Conwy, Wales 5960 Chris Kearn Somerset 5992 Matthew Timms Essex 6018 Glenn Ward Surrey 5961 Jeff Riggs Kent 5993 Dennis White North Yorkshire 6019 lain Lyall Berkshire 5962 Barney Drew-Smythe Bedfordshire 5994 Benjamin Erland Somerset 6021 Shannon Gomes USA 5963 Derek Knight Cumbria 5995 Robert Forsyth West Lothian 6022 Dag Rogge Germany

51 Derek Heynes. Elmtree Workshops, Hitcham, Ipswich IP7 7 U. t: (after 7pm) f: e: Please call between 7 and 10pm only F irst O verland DVD. Oxford and C am bridge Expedition. London to S ingapore by Land Rover S tation W agons in th e fiftie s. Only p & p Flexible o il pipe (240730) 5 foot long. Brass Banjo (542506). Banjo Bolt (502653). S pecially m ade m ale to m ale adaptor jo in in g Oil Pipe to Banjo. Pack o f 5 special washers (231575). S m all red fibre w asher, pipe to gauge. Special m ale to m ale 3 /8 BSP a daptor fo r w a te r tem perature c a p illa ry to Therm ostate housing. Roll of PTFE tape. F itting in stru ctio n s fo r a ll of the above. Gauge not included O rig in al 8 " hose alon g sid e 12 length of Wyrem D ia m eter 2 ", length 12. B la ck w ith yellow m akers la bel along to ta l le n g th. C onstruction, heavy duty, fle xib le rubber proofed fa b ric reinforced hose w ith tra p p e d tw in steel wire helix. F its 8 6, 8 8,1 0 7 & 109 inch v e h ic le s. F ittin g k it sold separately, ask fo r details. Due to p o p u la r d e m a n d th e C lub h a s had m ore Perspex s lid in g w in d o w s m a n u fa c tu re d. C ut fro m 5m m P erspex to th e sam e d im e n s io n s a s th e o rig in a l w in dow. C om es w ith a 2 5 m m x 16m m Perspex knob. (O ffe r does not include alum inium fram e.) P o rk pie g a s k e t LR P o rk pie la m p base LR P o rk pie re p a ir k it LR P o rk pie b a c k p la te LR C o m ple te p o rk p ie lam p LR W indscreen to bulkhead seal fo r 8 6 /8 8 in m odels plus VAT per windscreen length. BACK ISSU ES 8 W h itw o rth s o c k e ts (3 /1 6-5 /8 ) 1 /2 d rive w ith ra il W h itw o rth c o m b in a tio n sp a nn e rs ( 1 /8-9 /1 6 ) B osch s p a rk p lu g s (s u ita b le fo r a ll m odels) Fan b e lt (new m a nufactu re d not old stock) 2 0 Dozens a va ila b le. Only 1.50 each + p & p. M ost copies from issue 100 to date. No VAT on books and magazines. PLEA S E CALL B E T W E E N 7 A N D 1 0 P M ONLY A LL P R IC E S P L U S U K P + P

52 PLEASE CALL BETW EEN 7 AND 10P M ONLY PRIC ES NOW PLUS VAT (VAT IS 2 0 % AS FROM 0 1 /0 1 /1 1 ) LR0006 A ir cle a ner in s tru c tio n s t ic k e r... 2,00 LR0007 Period s e rv ic in g s tic k e... 1,50 LR0008 O il bath a ir filte r level s tic k e r... 1,50 LR0065 W indscreen s tic k e r... 1,50 LR0066 Tax d isc h o ld e r... 1,50 RTC1958 Fork selector , Dis Hsg Lock B o lt... 0, V ib D am per R ubber... 2, S him Vib D am p , Sum p P lug B rass F la n g e d... 1, Lockw asher S ta rtin g D o g... 2, Screw C s k... 0, Bush Vib D a m p e r... 1, S tud Gearbox in 5 s... 0, S tud T ransfer Box in 5 s... 0, P lug F ille r / L e v e l... 2, Level P lug D i f f... 2, Rocker S t u d... 1, S tud Gbox / flyw heel Hsg in 5 s... 0, Rocker Cover S tud L o n g... 0, S ta to r Tube C la m p , Dowel Top C o v e r... 0, Freewheel O uter M em L o c k ta b... 0, B ea ring Cap S tud , D is t D rive S h a ft B u s h... 2, O il Pum p Gear D r iv e r... 10, O il Gallery P ip e... 10, O il Pressure A dj S c re w... 2, O il Pum p L ocating B o lt... 4, O il Pum p Idler Gear B u s h... 1, B olt D ist H ousing F e e d... 1, S ta rte r M otor H o using... 5, B rg Cap G asket Rear , Cam T hrust P la te F ront... 4, W ater Jacket T ube... 6, T im ing Cover G asket... 1, Pushrod In le t Valve set of , Tim e C hain Id le r W asher... 0, S tud C entre Exhaust box o f , O il Pum p S h ie ld... 1, Stud shortn btm rocker cvr pack o f 5 1, Valve C otter In /e x pack o f , O il F iller Cap Gearbox pack o f , W asher C ork Gearbox C ap... 0, O il P um p R e lie f Valve Lock N u t... 1,25 X I848 5 B um p e r... 50, Steering Top Race L o c k n u t... 1, B olt Drop A rm... 1, Stainless Steel Brake Pipe clips (10) 3, F iller P lug S teering Box... 0, Oil P um p F ilte r D istance P ie c e... 1, Oil P um p Screen Cup W a sh er... 0, D is t Hsg Cork S e a l... 0, Dowel Gearbox in 5 s... 0, Freewheel S p r in g... 0, P late Freewheel M em ber , Stud Rear Sump & M anifold pack of , D is trib u to r D rivin g Dog... 6, In le t V a lv e... 5, Valve Stem Seal I n le t... 0, S tud Trans Box B tm in 5 s... 0, In le t Valve Cup E arly , Valve S pring Cup L a t e... 0, Ex V alve T appet Cap 1.5/2.0 pack o f , Oil P um p D rive Gear 1.5 / , Oil P um p S h a ft B ush 1.5/ , S tud Long Cyl H e a d... 2, Head B o lt L o n g... 2, Tim e C h ain P iston P ivot P in... 4, Ex T appet S crew pack of , O il Pipe To Head E arly... 6, A dj A rm Tim e C hain 1.5 / , Time C hain A dj P in... 7, Time C hain P iv ot P in... 5, N ut For Cyl Head Shouldered pack of , Time C h ain P aw l S p rin g... 0, H ousing C lu tc h R e le a se... 20, Cover P late For C ross S h a ft... 1, Gasket B re a th e r On Side 1.5/2.0 in 5s... 0, S park P lug C a p... 10, Rocker In le t RH U pper... 7, Rocker In le t LH U p p e r... 7, B rg S tud P late Frt L a y s h a ft... 2, S ta rt Dog On C rank... 6, C rank D am p Inc B ush... 20, Side Rocker C over... 15, Frt Axle D rive S h a ft 80 R H... 30, Frt Axie D rive S h a ft 80 LH... 32, Idler Drop A r m... 16, Fork Freewheel Type S e le c t... 8, Trans Box S p rin g... 0, Sw ivel S him , Sw ivel S tud S m all in 5 s... 1, S tud S te erin g A r m... 1, O u tp u t S h a ft E a r ly... 20, Freewheel Hsg , S pacer / PTO... 0, O u tp u t s h a ft h o u s in g... 17, P lug For In d e n t S p r in g... 4, C irc lip L a rg e... 1, S tud Trans / H brake in 5 s... 0, S tud G earbox in 5 s... 0, Cross s h a ft C lu tch... 10, B rake le ve r M a ste r Cyl , B rake Rod Pin in 3 s... 3, A c c A r m... 1, B um per 80 w ith fis h -p la te s... 45, S teering Rod C la m p in 2 s... 2, Lever Assy For C ross S h a ft... 12, Hand T h ro ttle S p in d le... 1, P iston Tim e C hain A d j... 9, T h ro ttle C ontrol Rod , D ust C over S teering B o x... 2, S prin g D u st Cover S te e rin g... 6, B ra c k e t... 2, S h a ft p t o... 10, Eye B olt Freewheel Lever... 3, Locking Dog S p a c e r... 4, O il Throw er C lu tch Release... 2, Bush S p lit S t Relay H s g... 1, Top Rocker S h a ft... 15, Reverse G ate L in k... 3, Beflcrank H nd/thrtl On M anifold 9, Bush T h rtl A rm On M a n ifo ld... 1, Relay L e v e r... 5, T h ro ttle B ell C ra n k... 6, C lu tch Sleeve Early , S pecial B o lt R elay... 1, Lock Dog Freewheel , Freewheel O uter Drive M e m ber... 9, Pack P la te For S um p... 2, Seal R ear o f S u m p... 5, S ea lin g W asher C opper in 5 s... 1, O il C ooler V a lv e... 10,00 AB232375Bumper80 w ithout fish p la te s 45,00 C Bumper Later all 86 & 107 reinforced 50, B a c k p la te Locktab in 1 0 s... 1, Lockw asher sw ivel pin in 1 0 s... 1, Locking P in F w d... 0, Link F w d... 3, Dynam o P u lle y... 5, Speedo P inion D riv e... 10, S elector S h a ft L in k... 3, Cam B e a rin g C e n /re a r... 10, Locking D o g... 7, Fwd F o rk... 5, S elector S h a ft L in k... 27, Rocker H igh Low S elect... 13, G uid e -4 w d Lever... 8, R ubber R in g... 0, D is t D rive S h a f t O utlet P ipe Oil F ilte r... 6, O il F ilte r In le t Pipe , T ra nsfe r Box Bush in 2 s... 1, Acc Cross S h a ft B rkt , Gearbox M o un t R H... 9, S pring A ncho r P late in 3 s... 6, O il Pum p S h a ft Long , T im in g C over... 10, T appet S crew I n le t... 1, W a s h e r... 2, C lu tch R elay S h a ft... 15, T h ro ttle Rod C lip... 1, T h ro ttle B ra c k e t... 1, Acc B r a c k e t... 2, Head B o lt S hort in 5 s... 1, W asher Pedal S h a f t... 1, Top S w ivel Pin S p lin e d... 4, C om bined In s tru m e n t... 25, Fuel P um p M o u n t... 10, O il Gauge P ipe , D W asher Pedal S haft in 2 s 0, Lock P la te Pedal S haft in 2 s... 0, C lu tch Pedal Pad & R o d... 8, S teering Lever U pper I d le r... 3, S teering Box Drop A r m... 3, O il Pum p S p rin g... 3, H a lfs h a ft RHF 54 O nw ards... 35, H a lfs h a ft LHF , S h a ft Acc C o n tro l... 1, Trans Box O u tp u t S h a ft... 10, Oil Press P lu n g e r... 6, C rank P ulley D am per D ie s e l... 4, S teering N u t... 30, S ea lin g R ing S t B o x... 0, B o lt s p e c ia l... 1, D is trib u to r D rive S h a ft... 25, Speedo S leeve... 7, Head G asket L a te... 10,00

53 B um per a ll 8 8 & , S teering A rm Lower S teering Drop A r m... 3, Flywheel 54 o n w a r d s... 25, Valve S pring In/E x... 3, Hand T h rottle L e v e r... 2, Hand T h rottle C ontrol L in k... 0, Temp a d a p to r D ie se l... 15, Vent C la m p... 2, R a d ia to r G rill , Door H inge RH 8 6 / , C orner B racket R H... 14, B ra ck et Seat Box L H... 19, R etainer H andbrake B o o t... 3, Hand Brake B la n kin g P la te Body S tiff B racket 8 6 / , P la te -w in g LH B la n k in g P la te... 2, Seal fo r c a n o p y... 13, S tiffn e r fo r canopy s e a l... 12, D ash Tie B a r... 4, Inner W ing P la te... 5, Screen Seal 8 6 / , R ing Gear Late , S prin g Reverse Gate , Knob/H and T h ro ttle... 4,00 MANUALS LR in Parts manual reproduction o f TP111G... 25,00 LR in Workshop Manual Reproduction TP138A. 30,00 LR /88/107/109 Parts Manual TP155E 25,00 LR /88/107/109 Workshop M a n u a l... 30,00 LR in Parts Book Reproduction oftp/111/a... 20,00 LR0064 DVD of parts and Workshop Manuals a ll 17,50 FLEECES LR0058 Green only S/M/L/XL/XXL... 28,00 SWEATSHIRTS LR0057 New Embroiderd Design S/M/L/XL/XXL 19,00 POLO SHIRTS LR0056 Green only S/M/17XL/XXL... 15,00 TSHIRTS LR0055 Green Only S/M /L/XL/XXL... 8,50 BASEBALL CAPS LR0054 New Brushed C otton... 7,50 LR0074 Series One T ie... 10,00 BADGES LR0053 Cloth Badge-as windscreen s tic k e r... 2,00 LR0052 Green metal lapel badge... 2,50 LR0051 Land Rover shaped pin Brooch (series3)... 2,00 LR0050 Radiator Club badge Bronze Green... 21,00 MUGS (club logo) LR0048 Plastic Green, Red. Black, Maroon Yellow... 1,75 BOOK Land Rover the Formative Years LR0047 Special Offer Price... 30,00 KEYRINGS (Gold plated) LR0046 Showing either open topped or w ith roof on... 3,50 PHOTO STAND LR0045 Photo S tand... 7,00 LR0072 1st Overland D V D... 18,50 LEATHER KEY FOBS LR0044 Land - Rover Logo... 4,50 BACK ISSUES LRO/no Back issues... 1,50 CLUB NEWSLETTER BINDERS Holds 24 issues d ark green cordex binder club name on spine LR0043 each... 7,50 LR0043/2 p a ir... 14,00 REPRODUCTION BULKHEAD PLATES LR in etched oil recommendation p late... 7,00 LR0029 Late 80in (alloy) oil recommendation p la te.... 6,00 LR in red/silver (alloy) oil recommendation plate 6,00 LR in plate Made by Rover Car C o "... 5,50 LR in Ring-pull freewheel lock (black e b )... 6,00 LR in Yellow knob freewheel I x k (etched brass). 7,50 LR in yellow knob freewheel lock (alloy) red... 6,00 LR in 1949 up to (black)... 7,00 LR in 1951 from ,50 LR in 866 series chassis n u m b e r... 9,00 LR in 261 and 361 series p la te *... 9,50 LR in 107in 54/56 chassis p la te *... 9,50 LR in 109in chassis plate *... 9,50 LR0041 Tyre wear 4x4 p la te... 5,50 LR0042 Freewheel hub w arning p la te... 5,00 NB the exact change o f plate style is not known. If in doubt send me a photo copy o f your original plate and an SAE for the photocopy o f the plate ( to be returned). Only supplied stamped. Paper copy of V5 must be forwarded ( submission not acceptable). Vehicle number stamped on plate at no extra charge. BR0CKH0USE LR0027 Replacement (late) trailer load p late 15,00 LR0026 Trailer number p la te... 15,00 (Price reflects small production quantity) ENGINE PAINT(250m 1 tin enough fo r 2 engines) LR0025 Later 2 litre engines, grey... 11,00 LR in 1600 & early 2 litre s... 11,00 TOOLS LR0067 Whitworth S panners... 18,00 LR0068 Whitworth Sockets... 15,00 LR0069 Temp/oil pressure fittin g k i t... 45,00 LR0023 MAP freewheel hub brass Pack of LR0022 Hardened exhaust valves (per set of four) 55,00 For use with unleaded fuel (State if for 1.6 or 2 litre) LR0011 Vacuum p ip e... 18,00 LR0012 Bypass oil filter pipes (Copper) Spin on conversion kit replacement for includes: LR Spin on filte r... 95,00 LR0014 Spin on Filter for early conversion kit FB ,00 LR0015 Spin on filter for early conversion kit FB5418 in 4s LR0016 Series Onefan belts NEW (not old s to c k )... 20,00 LR in (1/4 brake pipe s e ts... 75,00 LR in & 88in Brake pipe se ts... 45,00 LR in & 109in Brake pipe sets... 60,00 LR0009 Air H o s e... 11,00 LR /88/107/109in Sliding Windows. Each... 18,00 LR0020/2 86/88/107/109in Sliding Windows. P a ir LR0010 Door Seal 86/88 per m e tre... 4,50 LR0070 Window Felt k it s... 6,00 LR0071 Spark plugs (set of Four)... 10,00 - Prices are correct at time of going to press. - Payment by Credit/Debit card only. - Answerphone available for telephone orders. - Delivery time up to 28 days - Overseas post at cost (state whether surface or air). - Due to insurance implications, the club can no longer supply items directly to USA & Canada. For orders and queries con ta ct: Derek Heynes E lm tre e W o rk s h o p s, H itc h a m, Ip s w ic h IP7 7 U t: f: e: c lu b s h o lrs o c.c o m P le a s e c a ll b e tw e e n 7 a n d 1 0 p m o n ly I Q - p L f A p T y i photocopy this form and staple it to your order if you don't w ant to cu t up Legend V_/_L -L U/XXJLJ. PLEASE COMPLETE USING BLOCK CAPITALS / PAYMENT BY CREDIT /DEBIT CARD ONLY NAME TITLE (Mr, Mrs, Miss etc) ADDRESS SERIES ONE CLUB M/SHIP NO. 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