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It's $800, so as long as it's not not rusty you are safe. Better to try and talk him down to $500 but you need to understand that if you want a reliable, good performing Range Rover you will be dropping far more $$$ into it than the initial cost, and that's before any off road upgrades you may be thinking of.
Range Rover Classics are slowly turning into proper "classics" now and need to be purchased as such. i.e. Buy the best you can afford.
A RRC is not the cheapest vehicle to use as a 'mudding truck', even though I have one myself, I have had it for years and it has evolved.
If you must have a Land Rover product to beat off road a Discovery is a better option as far as $$ is concerned.
"Your only supposed to blow the BLOODY DOORS OFF" Charlie Croaker. The Italian Job. 1969.
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