Spare parts for Land Rover Land Rover Series, Defender, Discovery, Range Rover, Evoque
Land Rover Series II, IIA and III (1958-1985)
After the second world war Rover, as a manufacturer of luxury vehicles, faced two major problems. The demand for cars was low and the was no steel available to press carbodies from. So, the technical director Maurice Wilks, had the right idea: A durable and solid vehicle to replace the worn American Jeeps and to do the heavy work in Englands agriculture. And to save the steel supplies, the body was made from "Birmabright". About 2 million cars later, still everyone loves the Land Rover.
As production ended 2016, buyers have to focus on existing car while stock lasts.
We would to help you to keep this British icon on the road. Ask for our specialized Land Rover Series sales staff.
Land Rover 90, 110 and Defender (1983-2006)
As the first Land Rover Discovery saw the light of day, the former Land Rover 90 or 110 became the Defender. Permanent model updates brought a line of new Diesel engines, improved axles and a safer and more comfortable passenger cabin. On the outside, careful evolution was the guiding principle. Most of all Defender ever build are still in service today. We help to keep Defenders on the road, with 94,1% of all part orders delivered the next day.
Range Rover Classic (1970-1996)
The Range Rover (later called) "Classic" was built from 1970 to 1996. Almost the time it took to develop this model. It was a long way from the Road Rover and Velar to the Range Rover as the first of a new segment. The Range Rover was the first cross country vehicle that was capable of long distances as well. Which is far more than what todays SUVs can do. The Range Rover Classic was an efficient offroader in Land Rovers best tradition. Todays SUVs share only the high seating position and the body shape. If you have one of these challanging cars, keep it and ask us, if you need parts. We stock most parts of engine, brake and chassis.
Parts and accessories for all Land Rover models