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Selling my 2001 black Range Rover with tan interior and black piping around the seats. I've put extensive work into nearly every area on this car. I love this Rover and hate to see him go, but I need something smaller. I'd love to see him go to someone who loves Rovers as much as I do and will take care of him into old age.



All of the work done since purchase has been at a reputable, local Land Rover specific mechanic. The previous owner converted the suspension from air to coil, making it much more reliable. He has 163,7xx miles on him and has had regular routine maintenance done.


A Kenwood stereo was put in to replace the cassette deck. It has an aux input and CD player. There are still Harman Kardon speakers in the car. It also has the navigation screen installed. The screen turns on, but the navigation does not work. It can easily be fixed or taken out for extra storage. From what I heard, the 2001 navigation system isn't very detailed, so I didn't bother with it.


Some of the work done includes:

- New head gasket

- New braking system

- Replaced gear shifter

- New oil pump

- Extensive transmission maintenance

- New main bearings on engine


I am also having a new headliner installed that can be put in before purchase. The carpet mats included are a couple years old and come with a warranty from the manufacturer. The tires on him are relatively new and I can also include an extra set of snow tires with wheels. The pictures I have were taken when he had the larger snow tires on so that you can see what they look like. His regular tires and wheels are a bit smaller but with the same look.


Because of all of the work performed on this car, I am asking $7300 with snow tires included and $7000 without. I would also sell the tires separately for $450. If you have any questions, please email me at [email protected]. I have pictures that I would be happy to send.
 
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