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May 2008
Farmers Weekly;5/2/2008, p37
Trade Publication
This section offers news briefs on the agricultural industry of Great Britain. The first 200 Land Rovers rolled off the production line, which were designed to compete with ex-army Willys Jeeps, readily available in the FW classified section along with other ex-Second World War kit. Members of Parliament gleefully delivered a satirical birthday card to the then agriculture minister Jack Cunningham, which read one year old and nothing to celebrate.


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