Classic Land Rover Display
Ever since the oxen and plough and the horse and cart, there has been a strong and vital bond between man, the land and forms of transport. One of the outstanding contributors to this combination in recent years, indeed since 1948, has been the Land Rover, originally an idea prompted by the Willys Jeep, developed by the Rover Car Company, then conceived as a farm vehicle capable of ploughing, pulling and carrying , and now recognised as an invaluable countryside vehicle, as happy on the hill and in the field as the town square.
The Defender, which was developed from the Series I, II, IIA and III Land Rovers, has recently undergone serious changes, so come to the Historic Vehicle
Display and see how the story all began and how these vehicles are related to the Range Rover, the Freelander and the Discovery.