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Lightweight Land Rover Club Ltd

Now in our 41st year, we are a family friendly club who welcomes all vehicles from full military spec to personalised ones. We enjoy getting together at shows to display our vehicles and are happy to chat about them and help in any way we can.

Come and see us, you can be sure of a warm welcome.

This has been converted into a coil sprung chassis with a V8 engine
Standard 2Y4 Petrol with hardtop once used on the Royal Windsor Estate
Standard 2 1/4 petrol
with Discovery 300 TDI engine conversion and Ashcroft high ratio transfer box
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Series One Club

The Land Rover Series One Club was formed in 1979 by three enthusiasts for those interested in early Land Rovers, it has since grown to be the largest Land Rover club in the world now with over 3,000 members across the globe.

We publish a bimonthly magazine, Legend, its contents include photographs, historical and technical information as well as forthcoming events.

The Club’s website (www.lrsoc.com) contains Land Rover Technical bulletins, past editions of the club magazine and the world’s largest web based collection of Series One photographs. Our extremely active forum, provides a point of contact for members from all over the world

We can supply extensive range of original and remanufactured parts and also have appointed technical officers who specialise in particular models and can offer expert help.

Visit our stand to learn more or join us.

www.lrsoc.com

secretary@lrsoc.co.uk https://www.facebook.com/LRSOC/

https://www.facebook.com/groups/LRSOC/

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Series 2 Club

Founded in 1984 by a group of enthusiasts in the Southwest of England. The Land Rover Series 2 Club now covers the world with over 2,000 members. The club is actually a limited company whose sole aim is to further the appreciation, restoration and driving of all Land Rovers built between 1958 and 1971. The Series 2 Land Rovers are instantly recognisable, the world over by the curvy sides: the quintessential Land Rover look.