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Land Rover is a luxury car brand that specialises in four-wheel-drive vehicles, owned by British multinational car manufacturer Jaguar Land Rover, which has been owned by India's Tata Motors since 2008. The Land Rover is regarded as a British icon, and was granted a Royal Warrant by King George VI in 1951.. The Land Rover name was originally used by the Rover Company for the Land Rover Series ...
This web site focuses on Series Land Rovers, conversions and modifications to Series Land Rovers, Land Rover caravans, Series Land Rover expedition preparation, and has Land Rover related photo galleries.
The Land Rover have long tradition to make conversions for different professional use like police, ambulance, rescue, miltary or for other professions either by Land Rover Spesial Projects Department or by different independent coachbuilder companies.
Conversions are made to order, for almost any engine/vehicle combination, petrol or diesel, turbocharged or supercharged. These conversions are the most effective way of boosting the performance of your turbo diesel without compromising engine reliability or significantly increasing fuel consumption.
Gear Ratios for: Non-Rover Gearboxes commonly swapped into Series Land Rovers . Pick the best combination of gear ratios to match your engine's power specs to how and where you wish to drive your Land Rover.
Land Rover engines since 1958 . Land Rover used a number of different engines over the years 1948-98, although all belonged to one of three 'families':
We have launched Land Rover Hell www.LandRoverHell.com as a result of the consistent problems that we have experienced with our Land Rover Discovery since its purchase, almost 3 years ago. Besides all the problems with the car, what has compounded matters is the bad service and general uninterested and unhelpful attitude of Land Rover Spain, and Land Rover head office in the U.K.
The Land Rover Register 1948 to 1953 has made the club shop available to all. Have a look here, Register Club Shop The shop is looked after by Mike Rivett, who has many vehicles from a Pre Pro and Tickford, to an S1 88" with a V8 in it.
The Rover T16 engine was a 1997 cc fuel injected DOHC inline-four petrol engine produced by Rover from 1992 to 1999. It has a bore of 84.45 mm (3.325 in) and a stroke of 89 mm (3.5 in). It is a development of the M series (M16), which was in turn a development of the O series, which dated back to the BMC B-series engine as found in the MG B and many others.
Qualified OR final year apprentice - Land Rover experience preferred - excellent wages and conditions. Call Ward or Stuart on 02 9550 2689 Expert Land Rover service for all models: