Many great things happened in 1978. I was born, which gave the world another Austin Metro fan, and a mustard-yellow (or Bahama Gold, to be exact) two-door Range Rover rolled off the production line. At the Revival this year, we met. The Range Rover has faired slightly better than me aesthetically, but it has cheated. For this particular example is one of the first Range Rover Reborn vehicles to come out of Jaguar Land Rover’s Classics division, which is intent on nurturing the glorious heritage of Land Rover and Jaguar by rebuilding, from donor cars, the originals to their exact specification, using JLR parts, and retooling them where necessary, and JLR engineers, many of whom are the second and third generations of their families to work on these cars.