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Land Rover Parts for 70 years of Land Rover

Land Rover Parts for 70 years of Land Rover

Land Rover parts are essential to keeping the world’s most iconic 4x4 vehicle in the best mechanical working order. Since its debut on 30th April 1948 at the Amsterdam Motor Show, the Series 1 became a huge success with any individual or organisation needing to travel off road or requiring a robust “work horse”. The key to the Land Rover’s success is its adaptability, having been adopted for practical use in agriculture, the Military, Police, and also by anyone with a thirst for adventure and exploring! Being able to source Land Rover parts and maintain the vehicle, even in the most remote locations has made it into the motoring icon we see today. It certainly made a massive impression on a certain John Craddock when he took ownership of a Series 1 back in 1968.
 

Land Rover Parts for All Models

 
Over its seven decade history to date, John Craddock Ltd has been at the forefront of supplying Land Rover parts to the United Kingdom and across the globe for forty eight of those years. The business was founded in 1970 and has grown from a parts shop and garage in Cannock, Staffordshire, to provide owners and enthusiasts with all the Land Rover parts you can think of. As the vehicle has been modified through the Series range, the Defender, the Freelander to the Discovery and numerous models of the Range Rover, John Craddock Ltd has kept pace with the developments. Find out more about the company history.
  

Here for Your Land Rover Parts

 
With over 100,000 items available to buy online, we’re confident that you will find everything you need to maintain or restore a Land Rover, regardless of the year in which it rolled off the production line. From the tiniest pins and bolts to major Land Rover parts like the chassis, we’ve got it all. For advice on any of the Land Rover parts we sell, please contact us.

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