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21 GN 89

21 GN 89

Like many other Land Rover owners, Hendrik wanted a practical vehicle that could be used for those jobs that were probably damaging for his everyday c...
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My Little Landy

My Little Landy

This is where it all started for me. In 2001, I was after a SWB Series landy to pull the caravan. I had seen an ad for this 1973 S3 Lightweight that w...
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Woodland

Woodland

Blink and you'll miss it! This ex-Military Lightweight Land Rover can, or maybe can't be seen in the owner's 8 acres of woodland just south of Durha...
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The Money Box

The Money Box

Some things in life are well worth waiting for and Graham’s marathon wait just shows how patient people can be. It was in 1972, whilst taking part in ...
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39 FG 56

39 FG 56

Daniel has always been interested in cars, old and new, since his childhood. His father drove many different makes and models of car, but as a Land Ro...
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The Mule

The Mule

It was whilst at school during the 1980’s, on Salisbury plain, that Cam first came into contact with Lightweight (LWT) Land Rovers. They would b...
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Cyprus Camouflage

Cyprus Camouflage

Neal has owned his Series 3, 12 Volt, GS, Lightweight since April 2006. The vehicle is finished in sand and green camouflage as applied to vehicles u...
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Series 3, 24V FFR

Series 3, 24V FFR

Most people whom we have met who own Fitted for Radio (FFR) Land Rovers, bought the vehicle first and then added the radio equipment to bring the vehi...
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Number 8 and Number 12

Number 8 and Number 12

Currently known to us as 'Number 8' and 'Number 12', this pair of ex-Cypriot National Guard (CNG) Lightweight Land Rovers have a story to tell that we...
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Expedition Prepared

Expedition Prepared

Have you ever wondered what to do, to pass the time, during the Christmas holidays when all of the presents are open and the Turkey is finished? Yes?...
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40 FG 13 - Series 2A

40 FG 13 - Series 2A

With the kids off at university, the mortgage paid off and time on his hands since leaving the Territorial Army, Derrick was looking for something to ...
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Fern

Fern

Some people are highly superstitious and dread leaving the house when it's Friday the 13th. Not Dave though, it must be a special day for him, as he...
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Para Recce LWT

Para Recce LWT

Rob’s first Land Rover was an 88”, Series III, which he converted from the standard 2.25 diesel to a 200TDi. Although he was pleased with the Series I...
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1982 LWT

1982 LWT

Owned by Val since 2009 and used occasionally for commuting, this previously restored, 1982, 12 Volt General Service (GS) Lightweight is still in mili...
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The Truck

The Truck

Sometimes it's easy to get something out of your system, other times it's a little harder and that's got to be down to the difference between a whim a...
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Henry

Henry

Tell-tale signs of bright yellow paint helped to identify this Lightweight, affectionately known as Henry, as a former Royal Air Force Glider School ...
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The Military Lightweight Club

  • To help preserve the number of vehicles being kept alive
  • To help with sourcing parts and equipment for restoration/projects
  • To increase the number of Military Lightweights being displayed at shows
  • To provide a place where owners and enthusiasts of the marque can meet up and show off their vehicles, as when used in service and their displays of military equipment
  • To share ideas, experiences and provide technical information
  • To support fellow owners with their projects
  • To provide a knowledge-base for all aspects of owning a Lightweight Land Rover
   


The Reality of Owning an Old Land Rover
Lightweights at War & Peace
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Military Lightweights
A selection of Lightweight Land Rovers that have been restored to 'as they may have been used when in-service'.
Military Vehicles
Our website is not just about Lightweights. See a selection of other Land Rovers and military vehicles here.
Modified Lightweights
Not all Lightweights retain their military appearance or specification. The vehicles here have all been modified for off-roading or to suit their owner's requirements .
Other Projects
As enthusiasts, we often meet people who have other interesting projects. See a selection of these here.
Keeping You Informed

Peterborough 2013 Show Review  SEPT 2013

Weeton Weekend Photos APRIL 2013

New project -The Money box   MARCH 2013

Military Lightweight Club wins
'Best Club Stand' at Peterborough
11 SEPT 2012

 

Stoneleigh Militaria 2013
Stoneleigh Militaria 2013
Land Rover Lightweights - Green Laning in Wiltshire
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