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Range Rover: Classic & Performance range review

Velar Range Rover prototype Two-door Range Rover Five-door Range Rover P38 Range Rover L322 Range Rover L405 Range Rover
The Range Rover is the car that changed the world, so it is only right and proper that it made its first public appearance at one of those moments when the world itself was changing.
 
The summer of 1970 was when the 1960s ended. Abruptly. In April, The Beatles split; in July, England lost the World Cup they’d won in the summer of 1966. On 18 June, Ted Heath’s Conservatives won the general election, usurping Harold Wilson’s Labour party, which had been in charge since 1964. 
 
Only the previous day, the Range Rover had made its debut. It was to stay the course far longer than any mere Prime Minister. Callaghan, Thatcher and Major were all tenants of 10 Downing Street before production of the original Range Rover – by then known as the Classic – finally ended in 1996 (just a year before Blair entered No 10).
 
This is how that career panned out:
 

Velar Prototypes

 
During the 1950s, Rover had toyed with the idea of combining the comfort of its saloon cars with the off-road ability of the Land Rover, launched in 1948. It resulted in the experimental Road Rover, which was abandoned in 1958. But the idea was resurrected in 1966 and Charles Spencer ‘Spen’ King’s team came up with the innovative Range Rover. Before it went into production, its combination of long-travel coil-spring suspension, permanent four-wheel drive, disc brakes and 3.5-litre V8 petrol engine had to be tested. To conceal its identity, seven prototypes (plus a few pre-production vehicles) bore the Velar badge – a ‘company’ created earlier for secret trials of Rover’s P6BS sports car. Although some of these very early cars have been scrapped, two are believed to be unaccounted for and collectors hope they will eventually be found and restored.
 

Two-door Range Rover, 1970-1994

 
There aren’t as many early two-door Range Rovers around as there ought to be. It is only in the last 15 years or so that the significance – and desirability – of these vehicles has been recognised. Corrosion has always been a bugbear of the first-generation Range Rover and early victims of body rot were snapped up by off-road enthusiasts and generally abused. Yet when it comes to collectability, it’s a case of the earlier the better. Those with a ‘suffix-A’ chassis number (which ended in 1972) are the most sought-after. Despite the Range Rover’s reputation for luxury, don’t expect much comfort in the early models, which were designed with plastic seats and rubber mats, in the mistaken belief that the target buyers would be farmers, who would use them as working vehicles and hose them out for those weekend trips into town for dinner and the theatre…
 

Four-door Range Rover, 1981-1996

 
It had soon become obvious that the Range Rover was a runaway best-seller. Demand far outsripped supply, with long waiting lists at dealers. In the first year, secondhand Range Rovers were fetching more than new ones. It was also clear that customers wanted more luxury – and four doors. Unfortunately, Land Rover was still owned by British Leyland, which hadn’t got the cash to adequately develop the model. Instead, independent coachbuilders sought to meet the demand for for luxurious four-door conversions – most notably Automobiles Monteverdi of Basle, Switzerland, which built 129 between October 1979 and March 1982 – by which time Solihull was producing its own factory-built four-doors.
 

Soft dash Range Rover, 1995-1996

 
As you would expect of a model with a production span of more than 25 years, the first-generation Range Rover saw many improvements during its long life. These included fuel injection, automatic gearboxes, diesel options, air suspension, extended wheelbase and the 3.5-litre V8 increased to 3.9 and then 4.2 litres. The best-equipped came in 1995, by which time the vehicle had been re-badged Range Rover Classic, to avoid confusion with the second-generation P38A, launched a year earlier. Known as the ‘soft dash’ models on account of the new fascia that replaced the old moulded ABS plastic dash, it was the final hurrah for the much-loved Classic. British Leyland had been consigned to history, along with subsequent owner British Aerospace. BMW was by then in charge and had its own plans…
 

1994: Second-generation Range Rover (P38A)

 
The Range Rover Classic was always going to be a hard act to follow. BMW inherited the P38A project from BAe and considered it very much an interim model as it set about creating the third-generation L322 model. The P38A has a deserved reputation for going wrong – mainly because its ambitious development engineers had crammed in too much cutting-edge yet untested technology. But there’s nothing that can’t be put right by a savvy mechanic who understands modern electronics and hydraulics. Be warned, though, that P38A parts are costlier than a Classic’s. The air suspension has a reputation for failing, but aftermarket parts make repair cheaper than it used to be. The good news is that these models don’t rust badly. Collectable models include the upmarket Holland & Holland and Linley limited editions, and the Vogue SE. At present they can be picked up cheaply: excellent ones are under £4000.
 

2002: Third-generation Range Rover (L322)

 
The L322 was designed by BMW yet delivered by Ford. Detroit bought Land Rover in 2001 and the ready-for-launch new Range Rover came with it. BMW had insisted that the new model should head further upmarket than anything that had gone before, while retaining class-leading off-road ability. Old-style ladder chassis and beam axles had no place on this modern luxury car; independent suspension and a monocoque body were essential. The 2005 facelift brought Jaguar petrol V8s, including a supercharged version producing almost 400bhp. Two years later, BMW’s straight-six diesel was replaced by a new TDV8, built by Ford in Dagenham. Land Rover’s Autobiography personalisation programme and aftermarket specialists mean that examples for sale may be in dubious taste, but whatever you buy must have a full service history. Some have filtered down to DIY owners who have cut corners, but happy hunting starts below £5000.
 

2012: Fourth-generation Range Rover (L405)

 
It will come as no surprise to students of automotive history that the latest Range Rover’s development was begun by Ford but completed by Indian-owned Tata Motors, who bought the company in 2008. And it headed yet further upmarket: the Range Rover Sport occupies the gap between the Discovery and the full-fat Range Rover. But while the outgoing L322 had indeed been full-fat, laden down as it was by technology, the new model was leaner and meaner, thanks to an all-aluminium monocoque body that weighed in at 420kg less than its predecessor. Not only did this help meet emissions targets, it also reduced running costs. The L405 is powered by 3.0-litre V6 and 4.4-litre V8 diesels and a 5.0-litre V8 petrol. As with the L322, there is a bewildering choice of models and editions, and even more weird and wonderful bespoke creations. Prices start below £50,000 and head beyond £250,000…
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  • Range Rover Classic

    £24,995 £24,995

    - Range Rover Classic 2 Door - 3.5 V8 125 Bhp - First registered 09/1984 with chassis number prefix “BA - 1 Owner from new - 94,700 Kms (59,000 Miles) - Spanish Registration Left Hand Drive

    • Year: 1984
    • Mileage: 58000 mi
    • Engine size: 3.5
    For sale
    Spencer Jones
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  • 2007 Range Rover Vogue 3.6 TDV8

    POA POA

    - 54,000 miles from new, just 2 previous keepers and said to be 'excellent overall' - Offered with original service book with 6 entries and MOT'd into March 2017 - Metallic Silver matched to a Cream Leather Interior, Automatic, diesel - Electric/Heated/Memory Cream Leather Interior, Sat Nav/TV/Phone/Radio/CD Changer, Harmon Kardon Stereo, Digital Climate Control and Xenon Headlights Vendor Condition Ratings: Bodywork: 'Excellent' Engine: 'Excellent' Electrical Equipment: 'Excellent' Paintwork: 'Excellent' Transmission: 'Excellent' Interior Trim: 'Excellent'

    • Year: 2007
    For sale
  • Range Rover Sport Autobiography Dynamic - 5.0 Litre Supercharged |

    £75,850 £75,850

    Specification MAKE Range Rover Sport MODEL Autobiography Dynamic - 5.0 Litre Supercharged COLOUR Loire Blue YEAR 2015/15 MILEAGE 6500 DESCRIPTION We are delighted to be able to offer for sale this exceptional Range Rover Sport Autobiography Dynamic 5.0 Supercharged. Finished in Loire Blue with Ebony Leather. Supplied with the balance of the manufacturers warranty and 5 year Service Plan. STANDARD EQUIPMENT Anti Locking Brakes, Driver and Passenger Airbags, Remote Central Locking with Alarm/Immobiliser, Red Brake Calipers, Front and Rear Heated Seats, DAB Radio, Driver and Passenger Airbags, Meridian Surround Sound System, Adaptive Dynamics, Touchscreen Navigation System, Heated Leather Multi Function Steering Wheel, Ventilated Front Seats, Electrically Adjustable Memory Front Seats, Ambient Lighting, Adaptive Xeon Headlights with LED Signature, Rear View Camera, Parking Assist Front and Rear, Stop/Start Function, Adaptive Cruise Control and Queue Assist, Electrically Adjustable Steering Column, Headlamp Powerwash, Dark Grey Oak/Brushed Aluminium Trim, OPTIONAL EXTRAS Opening Panoramic Glass Roof, 21" Delta Wing Alloy Wheels, Land Rover i-Connect Tracking System. TRANSMISSION 8 Spee

    • Mileage: 75850 mi
    For sale
  • 1991 Range Rover CSK

    POA POA

    The limited edition Range Rover CSK is named after Charles Spencer King, the man who designed the original two-door Range Rover over 20 years ago. The CSK was intended primarily to publicise the new anti-roll suspension and was promoted as a sportier Range Rover. Most elements of the CSK's specification were drawn from the four-door Vogue SE or from US-market models. Each car has an individually numbered plaque on the radio panel confirming its exclusivity, discreetly bearing his insignia and, in 1990, cost £28,995 (manual). For an automatic you had to pay £30,319.32. The Range Rover CSK features a number of modifications improving both performance and passenger comfort. It's the fastest production Range Rover ever built at that time with the proven and a re-chipped version of the 3.9 litre, V8 engine developing 185bhp. The increase in performance is complemented by improved handling at high speeds. Land Rover UK had introduced front and rear anti-roll bars and sports dampers to give a smoother, more comfortable ride for on-road handling. The roll stiffness is increased by 25% over the standard production model. This all gives remarkably positive and responsive driving. The CSK is

    • Year: 2016
    For sale
  • 2015 Range Rover Sport SVR

    POA POA

    21" SVR Alloys, Carbon Fibre Veneer, Carbon Fibre Engine Cover, Leather Steering Wheel With Carbon Fibre Bezel, Cirrus/Ebony Leather Interior, UK Supplied, Exceptional Example! Extended Carbon Fibre Trim, Meridian Surround Sound System, HDD Navigation System, Front Park Distance Control Sensor, Rear View Camera, Traffic Message Channel, Adaptive Cruise Control & Queue Assist, DAB Radio, Heated Steering Wheel, Heated Front & Rear Premium Seats, 18 x 18 Way Electrically Adjustable Front Seats With Memory, Adjustable Seat Bolster, Front & Rear Comfort Air Conditioning, Xenon Headlights & LED Signature, Auto High Beam Assist, Headlamp Power Washer, Ambience Lighting 2, Heated/Power Folding Mirrors With Memory, Gloss Black Mirrors, Heated Windscreen, Start/Stop Function, Illuminated Side Door Tread Plates, Electrically Adjustable Steering Column, Floor Mats With Leather Edging, Leather Console Lid, Blue Brake Calipers.

    • Mileage: 10765 mi
    For sale
  • 1991 Range Rover Vogue

    £17,995 £17,995

    I am delighted to welcome back one of my all time favorite Range Rovers for sale. After 2 years with a very careful owner. This wonderful 1991 Range Rover Vogue has had just 3 owners, the long term owner was a fastidious Range Rover Register Club member , he bought this beautiful and rare Colorado Silver example when it was less than three years old. Since this time he has kept it garaged and cared for as only a true enthusiast does. This Range Rover has been treated to a full stainless exhaust system, tubular exhaust headers and uprated springs and poly bushed suspension. The result is quite a revelation. The car handles supremely well and has much greater urge , making for a sporting feel to what should have course be a graceful lady. Having not owned a CSK, I reckon this is what they should feel like. I love it. The body, trim and paint are all first class and it is clear that much time and care has been taken in keeping the car in the beautiful unmarked condition. Currently reading 101,742 miles, this is superb Range Rover and worthy of any collection. With decent 2 door Range Rover now extremely hard to find, buyers are waking up to the merits of the later 4 door Range Rover.

    • Year: 1991
    For sale
  • Range Rover Sport Now Sold

    POA POA

    This super TDV8 HSE is a one owner Range Rover and has been maintained properly with a full serivce history. As you would expect it is in lovely condition and apart from two small shopping trolley marks to the paintwork, and a couple of small marks on the alloy wheels, is unblemished. Hardly run in to be honest these wonderful Range Rovers with the much more powerful , frugal and refined V8 will go on for ever. Super in Silver with Full black leather it has only been relinqueshed as the owner decided to try the Jaguar F Pace. Any inspection welcome

    • Year: 2007
    For sale
  • Range Rover No. 26 Auction

    POA POA

    This is the very first of the Press Cars built for the launch of the Range Rover in 1970. Chassis number 26 is actually the first ever production Range Rover manufactured, and although retaining many pre production features such as the super rare aluminium bonnet, it is built to production standard. Registered on the 27th May 1970 as the first of the 20 Press cars, it is believed therefore to be the first car registered as a Range Rover. The previous 25 were registered as Velars and were used for engineering development. This is the first Range Rover registered to Land Rover on a Solihull number plate. We have restored 231H over an extended period, taking our time to find the correct parts to rebuild this highly important vehicle to as correct a specification as is possible. We believe NXC231H to now be one of the best Range Rover Classics in existence. We were lucky enough to source new front seats, pairing this with the near perfect rear seat is what sets this 231 apart from other restorations which fail to have the correct interior trim. The car has just been the subject of several specialist magazine articles which are being published in July 2014 and has covered road test mile

    • Year: 1970
    For sale
  • RANGE ROVER 4.6 LTR. VOGUE 2000.

    £8,995 £8,995

    6 LTR. VOGUE 2000. Alveston Red with Parchment hide piped in red, with red carpets. Three owners. 60,000 miles only from new. Service history. Automatic/P.A.S. Air conditioning, alloy wheels, electric sunshine roof and all the usual refinements. £8,995

    • Year: 2000
    • Mileage: 60000 mi
    For sale
  • 1984 Range Rover V8 Manual

    £16,995 £16,995

    This very sharp, well presented classic Range Rover has driven to us from Oxfordshire. The Range Rover has spent much of the past 32 years in the South of England but back in 1984 did start off here in Yorkshire. The vehicle was supplied new by Central Garage, a Land Rover dealership in Driffield, under 20 miles away over the Wolds. A971 NRH was first registered to a business in Barlby, near Selby who are today still in the motor industry. They had the Range Rover serviced with the supplying dealer at 840, 6922, 12421, 18662 and 23716 miles in 1985. The original service book is still with the vehicle. The vehicle was then sold in 1987 for £10,695 by a Essex based Land Rover specialist, the bill of sale is still present detailing the sale to a Ceilings Company. There is no late 1980's and early 1990's paperwork but MOT records start from 1997 and since then there are receipts for various expenditure and maintenance. Our Range Rover is a lovely example and desirable in having the five speed manual gearbox and lovely Rover V8 engine. Much of this Range Rover appears largely original. The bodywork and paintwork are of a very high standard and whilst there is paperwork from top Land Rov

    • Year: 1984
    • Mileage: 23716 mi
    For sale
  • 1990 Range Rover Vogue EFi

    POA POA

    - Purchased by the vendor in 2016 as a project vehicle - Extensive work undertaken includes new floor / roof lining / suspension / shock absorbers and an engine overhaul - LPG Converted Vendor describes the vehicle as: - Bodywork: Very Good Electrical Equipment: Very Good Paintwork: Very Good Transmission: Excellent Interior Trim: Good

    • Year: 1990
    For sale
  • 2015 Range Rover Sport 5.0 Autobiography Dynamic

    POA POA

    22" Style 17 Alloys With Satin Black Finish, Rear Seat Entertainment, Sliding Panoramic Roof, Santorini Black Contrast Roof, Privacy Glass, Full Size Spare Wheel, Premium Metallic Paint, UK Supplied, Exceptional Example! Meridian Surround Sound System, HDD Navigation System, Front Park Distance Control Sensor, Rear View Camera, Adaptive Cruise Control & Queue Assist, Xenon Headlamps + LED Signature, Auto High Beam Assist, Headlamp Power Wash, Front & Rear Comfort Air Conditioning, DAB Radio, Traffic Message Channel, 18x18 Way Electrically Adjustable Driver & Passenger Front Seats With Memory, Cooled/Heated Front Seats, Heated Rear Seats, Adjustable Seat Bolster, Heated Powerfolding Mirrors With Memory, Electric Tilting & Reach Adjustable Steering Column, Ambience Lighting 3, Gloss Black Exterior Mirrors, Gloss Black Grille, 60/40 Fold Through, Stop/Start Motor System, Illuminated Side Door Treadplate, Leather Edged Floor Mats.

    • Mileage: 8265 mi
    For sale
  • 2016 Range Rover Sport SVR

    POA POA

    22" SVR Alloys, Meridian Reference Sound System, Panoramic Sliding Roof, Privacy Glass, Adaptive Xenon Headlamps + LED Signature, Surround Camera System, Dual View Touchscreen, Digital TV Receiver, Double Locking + Soft Close Doors, Reverse Traffic Detection, Electric Deployable Towbar, UK Supplied! Blue Brake Calipers, Sport Suspension, SVR Active Loud Exhaust, HDD Navigation System, Adaptive Cruise Control & Queue Assist, Front Park Distance Control Sensor, Park Assist, Rear Parking Aid, Bluetooth Connectivity, Voice Control, Wi-Fi, DAB Radio, Front & Rear Comfort Air Conditioning, Heated Front & Rear Seats, Heated Leather Steering Wheel, Premium Seats, Leather Facia, Premium Leather Console Lid, Electrically Adjustable Driver & Passenger Front Seats With Memory, Cooled Front Console, Heated Powerfolding Memory Mirrors, Adjustable Seat Bolster, Additional Washer Bottle, Stop/Start Motor System, Illuminated Side Door Treadplate, Configurable Ambient Lighting, In Control Apps, Collision Mitigation, Auto High Beam Assist, Automatic Low Light Sensing Headlights, Headlamp Power Wash, Gloss Black Exterior Mirror Finish.

    • Mileage: 2180 mi
    For sale
  • Range Rover Vogue SDV6 - 3.0 Litre |

    £59,850 £59,850

    Specification MAKE Range Rover MODEL Vogue SDV6 - 3.0 Litre COLOUR Santorini Black with Black Hide Seating and Contrasting Red Stitching YEAR 2013/13 MILEAGE 23800 DESCRIPTION We are delighted to be able to offer for sale this well equipped and very well presented example of the Range Rover Vogue. Finished in Santorini Black with Black Hide Seating. Supplied with our 12 month written warranty and a fresh MOT. STANDARD EQUIPMENT Automatic high beam assist, Contrast roof - Black, Front fog lamps, Terrain Response 2, Double locking + soft door close, Garage door opener, 20'' alloy wheels, Leather steering wheel, 'Say What You See' voice control, Active Speed Limiter (ASL), Adaptive Dynamics, Automatic headlights, Bluetooth Telephone Connectivity, Body-coloured door handles, Cruise control, DAB (Digital Audio Broadcasting), Driver passenger airbags, Dynamic Stability Control (DSC), Electric front seats, Electric heated door mirrors, Electronic Brake-Force Distribution (EBD), Electronic Traction Control (ETC), Emergency Brake Assist (EBA), Front side airbags, HDD Navigation System, Heated front windscreen, Heated seats, Hill Descent Control (HDC) OPTIONAL EXTRAS Four Zone Climate Contro

    • Mileage: 59850 mi
    For sale
  • Range Rover Sport SDV6 Autobiography Dynamic - 3.0 Litre |

    £57,450 £57,450

    Specification MAKE Range Rover Sport MODEL SDV6 Autobiography Dynamic - 3.0 Litre COLOUR Chile Red YEAR 2013/63 MILEAGE 32000 DESCRIPTION We are delighted to be able to offer for sale this exceptional Range Rover Sport Autobiography Dynamic. Finished in Chile Red with Black Leather. Supplied with our 12 month warranty. STANDARD EQUIPMENT Anti Locking Brakes, Driver and Passenger Airbags, Remote Central Locking with Alarm/Immobiliser, Adaptive Cruise Control with Queue Assist, DAB Radio, Bluetooth Connectivity, HDD Satellite Navigation System with Touchscreen, Heated Front Seats, Electric Windows, Electrically Adjustable Steering Column, Front Fog Lamps, Ambient Lighting, Front and Rear Parking Sensors, Rear View Camera, Dark Turned Veneer, 60/40 Folding Rear Seats, Meridian Surround Sound System, Adaptive Dynamics, Auto High Beam Assist, Heated Wood and Leather Steering Wheel, Electrically Adjustable Memory Front Seats, Ventilated Front Seats, Heated Rear Seats, Heated Front Windscreen, Stop/Start System, Red Brake Calipers. OPTIONAL EXTRAS 22" 5 Split Spoke Alloy Wheels, Privacy Glass, Sliding Panoramic Glass Roof, TRANSMISSION 8 Speed Automatic ENGINE CAPACITY 2993 STANDARD POWER

    • Mileage: 57450 mi
    For sale
  • 1992 Range Rover Overfinch

    £14,995 £14,995

    J265 RFC – 1992 Range Rover Overfinch The Range Rover sport of the 90s ? Finished in Ardennes Green with Grey velour trim, this particular Range Rover has the benefit of the following Overfinch upgrades: Suspension handling kit Steering upgrade Camshaft upgrade sports exhaust Sport steering wheel Compomotive 15 x 8 alloy wheels General Grabber 235 / 70 / 15 tyres 7 seater conversion These upgrades go to make this a drivers car.

    • Year: 1992
    For sale
  • 1984 Range Rover 4 door Classic

    £17,450 £17,450

    A971 NRH – 1984 Range Rover 4 door Classic With the price of 2 door Classic Range Rovers creeping higher and higher, we believe that an early 4 door classic with 2 door styling – Vertical metal grill, exposed hinges, “Teddy Bear” trim – will be a good future investment. This particular example is presented in original Venetian Red, with Teddy Bear trim. Rostyle wheels with Michelin 205 x 16 tyres give this Range Rover the very classic look. A very useable classic

    • Year: 1984
    For sale
  • 1973 Range Rover – 2 Door Classic – Bahama Gold

    £24,995 £24,995

    TLM 373M – 1973 Range Rover – 2 Door Classic – Bahama Gold Usable Classic Classic Car Insurance Soon to be Road Tax Exempt Lots of Old MOTs Averaged 3,000 miles per year If you are about to celebrate your 40th birthday later this year – then you are not alone ! “TLM” will pass that milestone on 5th October 2013. Supplied new to Mr P J M Cracken of London SW8 by Berkeley Square Garages Ltd., Albert Embankment London – The dealership attached to BL Headquarters. The car comes with the original “Passport to Service” – stamped by Berkeley Square Garages, for the PDi and first 1000 mile service. Also with the vehicle is the original 1973 Owners Handbook – again stamped by Berkeley Square Garages – Interestingly with the corrigenda – stating that spark plugs should be Champion L92Y – NOT L87Y as listed in the data section. Featured in LRO Magazine (December 2009) as part of “The Magnificent Seven” and was described by Author Kev Mills as “My Favourite – In my opinion the most magnificent of the Magnificent 7” Also featured in Practical Classics magazine. The Range Rover itself is in very good all round condition – having benefited from some recent restoration work – which included: New i

    • Year: 1973
    For sale
  • 1989 Range Rover Classic – 5.7i Overfinch

    £24,995 £24,995

    D5 RRC – 1989 Range Rover Classic – 5.7i Overfinch Supplied new through H R Owen Ltd, London August 1992 – Overfinch 500i Sports conversion, including stage 2 suspension carried out at a cost of ££19,000 March 2015 – Upgrade to 570i (new crate motor), plus brake and suspension overhaul – cost £14,000 Specification includes: 570i Chevrolet V8 motor (350 Cu in) Chrome bumpers front and rear Driving lamps spot lamps Red Ferrari style instruments and clock 5 spoke alloy wheels – body coloured 255/65 x 16 General Grabber tyres Automatic gearbox Sports steering wheel Side vents SE Leather trim Stage 2 suspension Certainly not your “ordinary” Range Rover classic, but would suit an owner who enjoys driving his vehicles.

    • Year: 1989
    For sale
  • 1994 Range Rover Classic – Soft Dash – Very Low Mileage

    £24,995 £24,995

    L937 JCW – 1994 Range Rover Classic – Soft Dash – Very Low Mileage * 36,000 Miles * Unmolested classic Range Rovers are getting difficult to find. Finished in Armada Gold Metallic, with beige velour trim and walnut capping, this is an outstanding example of the marque. 3.9 efi Automatic Soft Dash Ice Cold A/C ABS & TC 5 spoke alloys with 235/70 x 16 tyres Mileage history: 07.06.94 – 1,213 – Service 03.04.02 – 22,199 – Service 18.04.06 – 28,198 – MOT 20.04.07 – 28,748 – MOT 17.04.08 – 29,677 – MOT 24.09.09 – 30,456 – MOT 20.04.10 – 31,094 – MOT 04.06.11 – 31,732 – MOT 04. 07.11 – 31,795 – Service 10.07.12 – 34,781 – MOT 18.10.12 – 35,035 – Service 09.07.13 – 35,810 – MOT 28.10.15 – 35,827 – MOT Current – 36,126 A totally classless vehicle that offers timeless styling with a pedigree second to non.

    • Year: 1994
    For sale
  • 1991 Range Rover Vogue – 2.5 Diesel

    £19,995 £19,995

    H553 KWK – 1991 Range Rover Vogue – 2.5 Diesel Finished in Clearwater Blue metallic, with grey velour trim. 76,500 miles Fitted with the 2.5 Diesel engine and manual gearbox Lovely to drive and benefits from all the usual “Vogue” features, such as central locking, electric windows, electric sunroof, original stereo, 3 spoke, colour coded alloy wheels.

    • Year: 1991
    For sale
  • 1972 Range Rover Classic "Suffix A"

    POA POA

    This is one of the first series "Suffix A" LHD Range Rover with 3 doors and the front mirrors. Chassis #35801940A - Delivered new to Austria in "Masai Red". The car was fully frame up restored between 2014 and 2016 and is now in "as new" condition. The restoration is very well documented. The car is painted in "Sahara Dust" with light brown fabric textil interior. Imported into Switzerland in 2016 and Swiss Veteran registered EUR 79'500 http://grabersportgarage.ch/1972-range-rover-classic-suffix-a.html Swiss VAT paid

    • Year: 1972
    For sale
  • 1971 Classic Range Rover – 2 Door Suffix A – Extremely Original

    £49,995 £49,995

    YCX 348K – 1971 Classic Range Rover – 2 Door Suffix A – Extremely Original 55,000 miles from new Tax exempt 3 owners from new Fully documented history For those of us old enough to have been around in 1971, we will remember the charts filled with an eclectic mix of music – “Grandad” (Clive Dunn), “Maggie May” (Rod Stewart) and “Ernie” (Benny Hill) – and for those of us with an interest in cars, the “1st of August rush” to obtain a car with the latest registration number (or simply trying to spot one on the road). The Range Rover had been launched to an unsuspecting public in June of the previous year – at a price of £1,998 including car tax. By all accounts, demand was extremely high, and obtaining one of these new 4 wheel drive vehicles, was as difficult as buying an E Type Jaguar a decade earlier. Luckily Sam Balme got in early, and on the 1st August 1971 travelled “into town” to his local Land Rover / Range Rover dealer – W H Atkinson & Co of Huddersfield to collect his shiny new Range Rover. It was a Lincoln Green example and was chassis number 1668. As Sam was driving home in his new Range Rover, it probably never occurred to him that he would own this vehicle for the next 31

    • Year: 1971
    For sale
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