1990 Range Rover Classic - Very good shape - Located in Chicago
It's time for my Range rover to find a new home. This rover is in excellent shape and is ready to drive anywhere. I have recently taken several 600 mile round-trips to the St. Louis area and the car was very smooth riding and gave me no troubles at all. Current mileage is 142k.
The sales includes a brand new set of 4 snow tires (the tires have never touched the road) mounted to an extra set of rims. The tires currently on the Rover are Yokohama Geolanders and have plenty of tread left. I also have many boxes of spare parts - some new, some used, including alternators, air flow meter, complete set of radiator hoses, etc.
In the last few months I have done a ton of work (and spent a ton of money) getting the car ready for winter. Here is a list:
- Two new oxygen sensors
- Engine oil + filter change
- New air filter
- Replaced transfer case, front & rear diff fluids
- Greased u-joints
- Upgraded alternator to GM 90 amp unit
- Replaced cruise control
- New spark plugs, wires, rotors, distributor cap
- New brake pressure accumulator
- Installed 8 rebuilt & flow-matched fuel injectors
- Flushed and bled brakes
- Replaced grease in front swivel hubs
- New track road & tie rod ends
- Front end alignment
- Replaced all belts
- Replaced oil cooler hoses
- Waxoyl'ed undercarriage
- New radiator fan & fan clutch
- New front shocks
- New speakers (there are 6 speakers + a sub)
- New front air dam
- New headlights, fog lights, and driving lights
The previous owner left receipts for axle/hub work, exhaust work, new brakes, a new heater blower motor, heater core, and fan resistor pack. There are also receipts for a new oil pump and pressure switch, engine mounts, oil pan gasket, and rear shocks. There are also records for the fuel pump, U-joint, and axle seal being replaced at 115,438 miles, the headlamp switch and pittman arm were replaced at 114,663 miles, and the fuel tank was replaced at 105,203 miles.
There are very few things wrong with the car: The sunroof will tilt up and down but will not slide back and forth. It will slide if you use the emergency crank so the mechanism is fine, it probably just needs to be lubricated.
The driver's seat had a torn seam but I had that professionally re-sewn. The headliner was falling down but the previous owner tacked it up. It's not the prettiest but it works and you'd likely never notice it.
Other than those issues this Rover is in excellent condition. I would not hesitate to jump in and drive it anywhere with confidence.
I am asking $4,000 but am open to offers. I am located in the west suburbs of Chicago.