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1994 Range Rover Classic LWB

144,500 MILES! (and going up)

RUNS AND DRIVES GREAT.

$3,500 / best offer

540-246-5141 ask for Joel

ON eBay right now! $2500 starting price NO RESERVE!


PHOTO LINK:
https://goo.gl/photos/fgbHzX8apJzjvEbv6

VIDEO LINK #1 :
https://youtu.be/DbrY6iRKZVY

VIDEO LINK #2 :
https://youtu.be/-aUudIyiKl0

VIDEO LINK #3 :
https://youtu.be/m94kMHbecTM


Roman Bronze w/ Tan leather interior.

I've put a lot of time into this vehicle and I really like driving it. It's been my daily driver since July 2012. I really don’t want to sell this, however, life changes and I have just purchased yet another vehicle.
The engine runs well, transmission shifts smoothly, brakes are firm and without and vibration. Power windows all work.

To give you an idea of maintenance performed under my ownership:

Engine:
Fresh oil change (Castrol GTX & K&N oil filter)
Head gaskets replaced 4 years ago. (AluminumV8.com kit)
Head machined and new valve seals installed. ($150)
Replaced heater/radiator hoses. ($140)
New tune up Magnacore wires ($120)
New Distributor (Roversnorth $250) in last 6 months
Oil cooler line ($40.00) Atlantic British
K & N air filter ($50.00) Autozone
Water pump ($100.00) Atlantic British
Thermostat ($15.00) Atlantic British
Belts ($30.00) Atlantic British
OEM Radiator ($275.00) on ebay
Alternator ($240.00) NAPA

Exhaust:
New CATS and muffler ($500)
New exhaust manifold gaskets, downpipe gaskets

Steering/Suspension:
New OEM Landrover springs
New Bilstein steering stabilizer ($80)
New Panhard bushings (DAP inc.)
New power steering lines (Roversnorth $140) in last 4 months
New rear axle ball joint (in box)
Alignment is good.

Brakes/Axles:
New Brakes front & reat (Rotors, pads from Roversnorth) in last 4 months
New Wheel Bearings front & rear (Roversnorth) in last 4 months
New Axle seals front & rear (Roversnorth) in last 4 months
Rear Caliper replaced two years ago.

Interior/Exterior:
Floor boards were repaired due to rust.
New Windshield ($300) After a deer shattered my other
Redone headliner in black ($75)
All wood on dash was cracked, split and ugly. I stripped sanded and wrapped the dash with a leather material that was similar in color. Also wrapped the gear shifter and dome light switch cover.
Blower Motor ($200.00) Atlantic British AND A WHOLE LOT OF TIME!
Pioneer Bluetooth compatible head unit and pioneer speakers ($250.00)
Modified ignition switch to incorporate a push button ignition. ACC switch, On switch, Push button ignition. (See photo)
New liftgate struts
Lift gate was rusted out so I modified and used Toggle clamps (thetoggleclampstore.com) to latch the rear lift gate.
Rebuilt power seat switches and removed seat ECU. (both work)

Tires & Wheels:
245/75R17 Hankook AT with 75% tread
Extra Steel Lug nuts ($50) Atlantic British
Extra set of OEM Steel Wheels ($300)


The Bad:
Hit a deer, so hood and fender are dented.
A/C compressor not installed (new drier/hose included)
ABS light on.
Rust exists in several places. (Floorboard, rear driver door, Cargo area.)
Power mirrors do not work
Rust in the typical places (New floor boards installed)
Rear lift gate, modified.

Extras:
OME 2" lift springs from a parts vehicle.
OEM front brush guard (not so rare)
OEM rear load bar (Super rare) worth $300 alone

Not included: (may be in pictures)
Wilderness roof rack
Expedition box in rear cargo
IPF Lights.

Overall:
A great car with lots of life left.
Have questions or concerns, feel free to call anytime at 540-246-5141 ask for Joel
Test drives and Inspections always welcome.

As I need to make space, I will see how it goes on the forum and will then list on ebay. PM me with your email address if you are interested in more information or more pictures. Truck has clear VA title.

I can't get pics to upload so I will either use a photo link or email pics as requested.
 
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