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The launch of the Range Rover Evoque saw the birth of not only a new vehicle but a new brand. Range Rover and Land Rover will now exist side by side. While both Land Rover and Range Rover share what analysts like to call DNA, each will have its own brand values which will dictate not only marketing policy but product policy too. With Jaguar Land Rover maintaining a rapid pace of change, this divergence will soon become apparent. So don’t expect the next generation of the Discovery and Range Rover Sport to share a common platform. We’ve reflected this dramatic change with the launch of Range Rover World. It too shares DNA with the well-established Land Rover World, but with a distinctive design theme of its own. We are also looking at more of the Burghley Horse Trials and delving behind the scenes with our look at just how the surround sound system in the latest Range Rover performs. We also look at the Range Rover’s 40-year heritage and examining the Second Generation Range Rover with a buyer’s guide for those looking at some affordable luxury. As with the Range Rover brand, this is just a start for the Range Rover World.
Do you remember the unveiling of a particular car? Were you standing expectantly at some glitzy motor show, seeing the covers come off a glamorous new model, with the atmosphere alive with lights, music, hype and high expectations? For some cars, it was the start of something amazing; a tidal wave of change, which in some cases marked a revolution for the manufacturer who built it. For others it represented the very pinnacle of the brand’s existence, the epicentre of their heyday as a global car producer. This book aims to take you back in time to the launches of those models that changed the way we look at motoring. This nostalgic book also includes a review of some of the key events that were happening at the time, thus putting into context the momentous unveiling of these popular cars; six glorious decades of British motoring history are covered in what we hope you’ll find is an entertaining peek back at days before congestion and speed cameras.
Tractor & Machinery is the world’s best-selling tractor magazine. Onsale every four weeks, this 180-page publication covers tractors from the 1940s through to the 1990s, reflecting an era of tremendous change in agricultural machinery. From the post-war austerity days when tractors started to become more common on our land through to the 1990s when new technology transformed farming forever, Tractor & Machinery has exclusive owner’s stories, historical profiles, restoration stories, practical advice plus the latest news and sales results from the world of tractors. Each issue of Tractor & Machinery covers the most popular makes and models, such as Massey Ferguson, Ford, New Holland, International, John Deere and many more. In addition, however, the magazine also covers some of the quirkier tractors and implements around. For those with a hands-on knowledge, there’s a dedicated Workshop section with essential practical advice, hints and tips. Furthermore, there’s a Farm & Horticultural section looking at smaller machinery and implements – T&M is the only magazine to offer this huge variety of content. With readers all around the world, T&M is also able to bring readers the latest news, show reports and auction sale results from across the globe.
However, there’s a lot to learn for those new to the hobby. Chickens, like any other form of livestock, require regular and appropriate attention: they really are creatures of habit. Food and fresh water must be constant, and there’s plenty to appreciate with regard to housing types, run sizes, breed choice and welfare issues. So, to help with these important issues (and many more), the articles gathered into this unique compilation have been carefully chosen to encompass all major aspects concerned with keeping chickens in the garden. This information will arm you with the knowledge necessary to provide your hens with a happy and healthy environment in which to thrive. So, take your time, study the subject, don’t act on a whim and above all, enjoy your birds.
Triumph World is the leading magazine dedicated to all standard triumph cars. Read about some of the greatest triumphs on the road, from the TR sports through to the Stag, Spitfire and Saloons, includes practical features, and also buying and maintenance advice.

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