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Land Rover Series III (Paperback)

British History Cars

By John Carroll
Imprint: Key Publishing
Series: Classic Vehicles
Pages: 96
Illustrations: Approx. 190
ISBN: 9781913870676
Published: 30th July 2022

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The Series III Land Rover, an updated Series IIA, was launched in 1971 and offered an amalgamation of cosmetic and engineering changes intended to modernize the Land Rover in the face of growing competition from other manufacturers, especially in traditional export markets. Despite being produced during a troubled era of motor vehicle production in Britain, more than 400,000 Series IIIs were produced, and they are now considered cherished classics. Fully illustrated with over 190 color photographs, this book looks fondly at the numerous Land Rover Series III models that were produced successful against an uncertain backdrop.

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About John Carroll

John Carroll has been a full-time motoring journalist since 1989 and has worked on numerous magazines in that time, including spells editing Windscreen (the magazine of the Military Vehicle Trust) and Classic Military Vehicle magazines. He was also the editor of Classic Land Rover Magazine for many years. He is a widely published author with more than 20 automotive books to his credit. He bought his second Land Rover, a 1957 Series One 88in that required a full rebuild, for £300 in 1989 and still has it. It has now been joined by a 1953 80in, which also cost £300 and needed a full rebuild. John says he cannot put a price on the fun and numerous experiences that these two old Land Rovers have brought him.

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