Leyland Rover

Leyland Rover is an account of Ken Ryeland’s tours of the Far East as a service engineer for British Leyland during the early 1970s. His job was to see that Leyland’s Far East distributors conformed to all operational and engineering standards, but the culture and different working practices in the various countries presented many challenges and often frustrated his efforts. More

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About Kenneth C Ryeland

After 20 years living and working in Africa, the Far East and the Middle East, the author returned to the UK and occupied various senior engineering and research posts within the motor and insurance industries before retiring in 2004. He is a widower, has three grown children and likes gardening, writing, cross-country walking, classic British motorcycles and fine red wines.

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About the Series: Memories of an automotive engineer
These three books relate to my training as an automotive engineer in the 1950s, my first overseas job in Africa (working as a service manager for a large Land-Rover and Leyland distributor during the 1960s and my evacuation from Biafra after Federal Nigeria declared war) and my work with British Leyland as an overseas service engineer dealing with the Far East during the 1970s.

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