Land Rover Advertising (Canada, Australia, USA)
Magazine ads - Canada: Series vehicles
Magazine ads - Australia
- 1952 - Tough Loads, Rough Roads
- 1952 - Yes, Versatile's the word!
- 1953 - Alike in craftsmanship
- 1953 - All-round improvement for the all-purpose Land-Rover
- 1953 - "Anywhere on Earth..."
- 1953 - "Britain's most versatile vehicle"
- 1953 - "Yes, versatile's the word!"
- 1953 - Big new features for the improved Land-Rover
- 1953 - Wherever there's work to be done
- 1954 - Glutton for punishment
- 1954 - Tough as a tank... comfortable as a car...
- 1955 - Taking the rough with the smooth
- 1955 - There's no substitute for a Land-Rover
- 1955 - Always on the go...
- 1955 - Anywhere on Earth...
- 1955 - Newlands Corner Merrow, impassible for motors, but no obstacle to the Land-Rover
- 1956 - Ask any farmer...
- 1957 - Land Rover leads
- 1959 - 250,000 Land-Rovers Prove there is no substitute!
- 1959 - The Land-Rover goes anywhere
- 1959 - New York Automobile Show advertisement
- 1960 - All on the winner
- 1960 - Farming is in its blood
- 1960 - Game for Anything
- 1960 - 4-wheel drive farm worker
- 1962 - Looking for a workhorse?
- 1962 - McCahill and friends
- 1962 - Reliability + Toughness + Versatility = Land Rover
- 1963 - Exciting news for Land Rover Owners!
- 1963 - His and Hers, Canada's first Land-Rover Club
- 1963 - The Land-Rover is built to withstand the full charge of a bull rhinoceros
- 1964 - Remember when this car was WANTED by police for the Great Train Robbery (Rover)
- 1964 - One imagines they're worried sick at the Brand X Limosine Division
- 1964 - Who's always there on dates...
- 1964 - Hard Topsand Station Wagons (Field and Stream, April 1964)
- 1965 - Station wagons, Hard tops, Open or Canvas tops
- 1967 - Getting there is plain sailing. New 6-cylinder engine gets you to the sailing smoother
- 1967 - Wide Open Spaces...
- 1968 - MOVE OUT... Have a KING pulling for you! (Koenig Iron Works)
- 1969 - If it's so great, why do we keep changing it?
- 1969 - There will always be...
- SIIA - ROVER - Grand Sport Version!
- 1973 - With a Land Rover you can rub elbows with the natives of New England. Or New Guinea
- 1974 - The fully equipped Land-Rover. $4,599, mystique and all
- 1974 - The Great British Car Sweepstakes (British Leyland)
- SIII - The same parentage as our Land Rover, all in the Austin Marina (British Leyland)
- SIII - The Gas-Saving Marina. Some family car. From some family of cars (British Leyland)
- SIII - There are three ways of getting to South America. By plane, by ship, and by Land-Rover
Magazine ads - USA: Defender 90
- Used. But Hardly (for used Range Rovers)
- V8 Muscle
- The 110 is Brilliant.
1994 - Once you step out of the new Land Rover, you're on your own
- 1995 - Who says the British can't cook
- 1995 - What to drive in places where you're the food
- 1995 - We'd love to tell you about the new Defender. Not now of course
- 1997 - Keeping people off the endangered species list since 1948
- 1997 - The vehicle of choice in places even tougher than the Himalayas
Magazine ads - USA: Defender 110
- 1992 - Own one of these legendary forms of jungle transportation
Magazine ads - North America: Discovery
Magazine ads - North America: Range Rover
- 1994 - Protect your family from the most dangerous animals on Earth
- 1995 - Inside every Discovery is an accident waiting to happen
- 1995 - It costs $29,350 to bring a child into the world (USA only)
- 1995 - It's the four wheeler of the year. In some places, it's the only vehicle of the year
- 1996 - Hell's Gate, Australia. Current population: seven
- 1996 - How to prepare the Discovery for the jungles of Madagascar
- 1996 - It's the shortest distance bewteen point A and point #
- 1996 - School in Britain is rarely cancelled
- 1997 - Apparently the British are great lovers
- 1997 - Siberian kids will be Siberian kids
- 199_ - Land Rovers have survived jungles, swamps, even the Kalahari. But this?
Other Ads, humourous and otherwise
- 1997 - In the Hindu Kush, it's fashionable simply to arrive
- 1997 - It gives new meaning to the term upward mobility
- 2005 - During Operation Desert Storm, nobody shouted ...
Note: If you have any images of missing adverts, please send a scanned image to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please scale them similar to the existing Defender, Range Rover, and Discovery adverts. Listed ads with no links exist in my collection in paper format, but the pages have not been created yet, nor images scanned (I don't have a scanner).
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