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Land Rover Series II and IIA Specification Guide

By James Taylor

Hardback : 176 Pages        Our Price £19.95

The Series II [1958-61] and Series IIA [1961-71] Land Rovers defined the iconic shape of the vehicle which is still instantly recognizable in today's utility models from Land Rover. Compiled over nearly thirty years, with the aid of reference material produced by Land Rover and many dedicated enthusiasts, this comprehensive guide to the specifications of the Series II and IIA vehicles looks not only at Land Rovers as they were when they left the assembly lines but also at dozens of options and 'approved' special conversions - and some which did not receive factory approval, too. Topics covered include: Vehicle identification Specification changes in detail Optional equipment Conversions British military models, including Lightweights Forward Control models Overseas production As one of the most wide-ranging books ever written on the classic Land Rovers, it is certain to become the standard reference guide to authenticity on the Series II and IIA models.
Land Rover Series II, IIA & III Service and Repair Manual 1958-1985  4-cyl Petrol & Diesel

By Haynes

Hardback : *** Pages

RRP £22.95      Our Price £17.95

A service and repair manual for the Land Rover series II, IIA & III.   Land Rover Series II, IIA & III models (including County) with 88 & 109 inch wheelbase. Petrol: 2 1/4 litre (2286cc) 4-cyl. Diesel: 2 1/4 litre (2286cc) 4-cyl. Does NOT cover 6-cyl or V8 engines. Does NOT cover 2.5 litre engine  Does NOT cover 24V electrical systems or forward control models. Does NOT cover 90 or 110 Series
Military Land Rover: 1948 Onwards Series II/IIA to Defender (Enthusiasts' Manual)

By Haynes

Softback : 172 Pages

   Our Price £14.99

Land Rovers have been used by the military since they were introduced, in Series I form, in 1948. The Land Rover s rugged, go-anywhere reputation has led to its use in a vast number of military roles, from general-purpose workhorse to special forces reconnaissance vehicle, ambulance, communications vehicle and weapons platform. Additionally, a number of one-off prototypes have been produced for various trials. This manual provides a unique insight into the world of military Land Rovers, with an emphasis on military operation and equipment.
Land Rover 90. 110 & Defender (Restoration Manual)

By Lindsay Porter

   Hardback : 256 Pages    RRP £25    Our Price £18.95

This completely new (Aug 2014) all-colour version of a best-selling restoration manual contains a wealth of new guidance, particularly on later Defender models. Clearly written, extensively illustrated step-by-step procedures describe in detail the restoration of bodywork, mechanicals, interior and electrics, providing owners with an affordable route to ownership of one of the most versatile and robust off-roaders available. This is an essential resource for owners contemplating the restoration of an example of Land Rover's iconic 4x4. 750 colour & 150 b&w illustrations
Land Rover Defender Modifying Manual

By Lindsay Porter

   Hardback : 232 Pages  RRP £21.99  Our Price £17.95

The legendary 'classic' Land Rover - the mainstay of the four-wheel-drive market world-wide for over 60 years - was re-branded Defender in 1990, and has upheld Land Rover's reputation for producing rugged workhorses, with unbeatable off- road capability. This Haynes Manual provides a practical guide to modifications and upgrades for Defender owners who wish to update or improve their vehicles. Coverage includes modifications for both recreational off-road use and to improve comfort and cosmetic appearance. 475 colour & 25 b&w illustrations
Land Rover Series III Specification Guide

By James Taylor

Hardback : 160 Pages        Our Price £19.95

The Series III Land Rovers enjoyed a long production run of nearly fifteen years, taking over from the Series IIA types in 1971. The book follows it predecessor, "Land Rover Series II and IIA Specification Guide", in trying to establish how its subject vehicles would have been when they were new. Compiled over a period of more than thirty years, the book draws on extensive reference material from Land Rover itself, and on the observations and knowledge of an army of enthusiasts.
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Land Rover Series II and IIA Specification Guide

By James Taylor

Hardback : 176 Pages        Our Price £19.95

The Series II [1958-61] and Series IIA [1961-71] Land Rovers defined the iconic shape of the vehicle which is still instantly recognizable in today's utility models from Land Rover. Compiled over nearly thirty years, with the aid of reference material produced by Land Rover and many dedicated enthusiasts, this comprehensive guide to the specifications of the Series II and IIA vehicles looks not only at Land Rovers as they were when they left the assembly lines but also at dozens of options and 'approved' special conversions - and some which did not receive factory approval, too. Topics covered include: Vehicle identification Specification changes in detail Optional equipment Conversions British military models, including Lightweights Forward Control models Overseas production As one of the most wide-ranging books ever written on the classic Land Rovers, it is certain to become the standard reference guide to authenticity on the Series II and IIA models.
Land Rover Series II, IIA & III Service and Repair Manual 1958-1985  4-cyl Petrol & Diesel

By Haynes

Hardback : *** Pages

RRP £22.95      Our Price

£17.95

A service and repair manual for the Land Rover series II, IIA & III.   Land Rover Series II, IIA & III models (including County) with 88 & 109 inch wheelbase. Petrol: 2 1/4 litre (2286cc) 4-cyl. Diesel: 2 1/4 litre (2286cc) 4-cyl. Does NOT cover 6-cyl or V8 engines. Does NOT cover 2.5 litre engine  Does NOT cover 24V electrical systems or forward control models. Does NOT cover 90 or 110 Series
Military Land Rover: 1948 Onwards Series II/IIA to Defender (Enthusiasts' Manual)

By Haynes

Softback : 172 Pages

   Our Price £14.99

Land Rovers have been used by the military since they were introduced, in Series I form, in 1948. The Land Rover s rugged, go-anywhere reputation has led to its use in a vast number of military roles, from general-purpose workhorse to special forces reconnaissance vehicle, ambulance, communications vehicle and weapons platform. Additionally, a number of one-off prototypes have been produced for various trials. This manual provides a unique insight into the world of military Land Rovers, with an emphasis on military operation and equipment.
Land Rover 90. 110 & Defender (Restoration Manual)

By Lindsay Porter

   Hardback : 256 Pages    RRP £25    Our Price

£18.95

This completely new (Aug 2014) all-colour version of a best-selling restoration manual contains a wealth of new guidance, particularly on later Defender models. Clearly written, extensively illustrated step-by- step procedures describe in detail the restoration of bodywork, mechanicals, interior and electrics, providing owners with an affordable route to ownership of one of the most versatile and robust off-roaders available. This is an essential resource for owners contemplating the restoration of an example of Land Rover's iconic 4x4. 750 colour & 150 b&w illustrations
Land Rover Defender Modifying Manual

By Lindsay Porter

   Hardback : 232 Pages  RRP £21.99  Our Price

£17.95

The legendary 'classic' Land Rover - the mainstay of the four-wheel-drive market world-wide for over 60 years - was re-branded Defender in 1990, and has upheld Land Rover's reputation for producing rugged workhorses, with unbeatable off-road capability. This Haynes Manual provides a practical guide to modifications and upgrades for Defender owners who wish to update or improve their vehicles. Coverage includes modifications for both recreational off-road use and to improve comfort and cosmetic appearance. 475 colour & 25 b&w illustrations
Land Rover Series III Specification Guide

By James Taylor

Hardback : 160 Pages        Our Price £19.95

The Series III Land Rovers enjoyed a long production run of nearly fifteen years, taking over from the Series IIA types in 1971. The book follows it predecessor, "Land Rover Series II and IIA Specification Guide", in trying to establish how its subject vehicles would have been when they were new. Compiled over a period of more than thirty years, the book draws on extensive reference material from Land Rover itself, and on the observations and knowledge of an army of enthusiasts.
© 2017 Bits4Landys Ltd. all rights reserved - Bits4Landys are independent non-franchised manufacturers & suppliers of parts for the Classic Land-Rover™ Marque LAND ROVER® and DEFENDER® are registered trade marks of Jaguar Land Rover Limited.