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Land Rover Defender, 90 and 110 Range - pr_250915

Land Rover Defender, 90 and 110 Range

30 Years of the Coil-Sprung 4x4 Models

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Land Rover Defender, 90 and 110 Range - 30 Years of the Coil-Spring 4X4 Models charts the evolution of the coil-sprung Defender vehicles. When Land Rover switched from leaf springs to coil springs for their utility models in 1983, it was a major step forward. The first coil-sprung model, the One Ten, replaced the Series III 109s. The short-wheelbase Ninety replaced the Series III 88s in 1984. From 1990, the models were all re-branded as Land Rover Defenders - 90, 110 and 140 - as the Land Rover range expanded and the marketing teams wanted a new name. Topics covered include: Origins of the coil-sprung Land Rovers Development and production of the Ninety, One Ten and One Two Seven The Defender 90, 110 and 130 Special conversions and Defenders built outside the UK, including in Australia and South Africa Military and emergency service use of the Defender Detailed examinations of engines and engineering, and the focus on diesel power AUTHOR: James Taylor is a distinguished motoring historian with more than fifty books to his credit. He also writes for specialist magazines both in Britain and overseas, covering the whole motoring spectrum from classics to current models. His specialist subject might be regarded as Rover, but he has contributed several titles to the Crowood AutoClassic series on subjects as diverse as Land Rovers and BMWs. 300 colour photographs

Product code: 9781847974532

ISBN 9781847974532
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H260xW215xS21
No. Of Pages 208
Publisher The Crowood Press Ltd
When Land Rover switched from leaf springs to coil springs for their utility models in 1983, it was a major step forward. The first coil-sprung model, the One Ten, replaced the Series III 109s. The short-wheelbase Ninety replaced the Series III 88s in 1984.