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This 1995 Classic has been in the family for over 10 years, maintained by me a Certified Land Rover Range Rover Master Tech.

All the Goods On This Rover:

External Rack System
Basket and Light Bar
4 Driving Lamps mounted
Blue 2in spring Lift and 2in Spacer
Bilstein shocks
New Front and Rear Drilled and Slotted Rotors and Pads
New Steering Box W/ New Steering lines
New Starters
New Muffler
New ABS Pump
Zu Alloy Wheels 17in w/Wrangler MTR Tires
New Motor Mounts
New Engine Oil Coolers
All Coolants and Radiator have been replaced.

Seats Have been repaired!

Someone make me an offer 13k is going price
 

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More Pictures of this Rover... It's a beauty for sure!
 

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Hey we think alike...
here is a design for a rack I want to create... but I'm not a pipe bender or a welder... just an ideator.
The idea was to keep it as low profile as possible (my car has had parking structure / Confer rack conflicts)... also hug the contours of the roof closely without touching to keep load as low as possible.
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And.. to be able to climb all over the car like a jungle gym.

I like how you brought one pipe down the C pillar. I thought of that but wasn't sure if it would protrude too much or find a good anchor point. I integrated a sort of ladder (if you use the tire as first step) onto the sides... could be on both sides.
 
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