Land Rover Discovery, Defender & Range Rover

How to Modify for High Performance & Serious Off-road Action

Land Rover Discovery, Defender & Range Rover
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Format: Trade Paperback , 128 Pages
ISBN: 9781845843151
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Some of the most popular Land Rover pastimes are detailed here, with explanations of how to take part and what equipment you need. This unique book explains how these versatile machines can be modified to suit a vast range of applications, from simple upgrades for easier everyday driving and servicing/renovation tips, right up to large scale conversions for racing, trialling and international expeditions. Everything is explained in clear, straightforward text, written by a qualified engineer and Land Rover enthusiast with many years of practical experience, and accompanied by detailed photographs to show the reader how it’s all done

The author

Ralph Hosier's childhood enthusiasm for cars blossomed into a two decade career in vehicle engineering, working with Ford, Bentley, Jaguar and Land Rover. Ralph has a degree in engineering and is chartered, as well as being a member of the IMI and IET. He started getting muddy with Land Rovers in the early 90s, and after many green lanes and play days he decided to step things up and go Comp Safari racing in a home built Bowler Tomcat.

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Format: Trade Paperback , 128 Pages
ISBN: 9781845843151
Illustrations: 256 color photos
Size: 8 in x 10 in / 203 mm x 254 mm
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