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As preparations for the show go on, we are pleased to say that there has been huge interest from clubs planning to have stands at the show. At the time of writing, I can announce that, among the very first to sign up, are the Land Rover Series One Club and the Project Jay Preservation Group. These two groups represent opposite ends of the classic Land Rover spectrum and we’re pleased to be able to welcome them to the inaugural Classic Land Rover Gathering.
- Popski’s Private ExpeditionsPPE is a group dedicated to open top desert exploration.
- Charlesworth MouldingsVehicles from our private collection of classics
- Land Rover Series 2 ClubFounded 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 […]
- Lightweight Land Rover Club LtdWe are a friendly family club who enjoy getting together at shows to display and talk about our motors. As can be seen on the stand they are a versatile motor with some owners keeping them in their military state while some have modified them to their personal taste. Come and see us, you can […]
- Peterborough Volunteer Fire BrigadeLand Rover 88 inch Forward Control Fire Appliance. Peterborough Volunteer Fire Brigade is a registered charity, started in 1884. It is a unique organisation under contract to provide fire cover for Cambridgeshire Fire & Rescue Service. We operate as an on-call station but the Members provide their time free of charge.
- 1-Ton 109″Land-Rovers 1968-77One of the rarest production Land-Rovers, with only about 700 manufactured, about 60 survive of which only 10-12 are still on the road. www.onetonlandrovers.co.uk
- Project JayThe Land Rover Discovery. 31 years old In the mid 1980s, a new Land Rover model was being designed under the code name Project Jay, subsequently named Discovery. At the 1989 Press and Dealer launch in Plymouth there were 86 cars, all with consecutive registration numbers from G451WAC to G537WAC, enthusiast call them “gee-wacks”. (G-WAC) […]
- Series One ClubThe 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 […]