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1999 Range Rover 4.6 HSE 2 owner, absolutely mint

White Gold Metallic over Ash Black Leather and 10 spoke 18" Hurricane Wheels
116k 2 owner miles
Purchased new in Bellevue WA, dealer maintained
Near perfect body and interior
Fully functioning air suspension
Every option works with the exception of the heated seats (I believe they just need re-soldered)
Full 3M Tint and Clear Film on front end/hood
All power options function properly, incl. seat, headrest & lumbar adjustments
Dash is perfect, all wood is glossy and free of cracks in finish
Center console is perfect and box is intact and lid attached/fully operational
Clean title
Clean CarFax and AutoCheck

I just did the following:

New Heater Core O-rings (they were leaking)
New Heater Core
New Thermostat
New Water Pump
New Serpentine Belt
Fresh Tranny Service
Front/Rear Diff Service
Fresh Oil Change
New Wiper Blades front & Rear including Headlight Wiper Blades
New Rear Hatch Struts
Brand New Tires (less than 1k miles)
New Steering Damper

My Rover runs great, uses no oil. No leaks of any kind on the driveway

Tranny shifts flawlessly. 4Lo works great. Heat/AC unit operates correctly. Harmon Kardon audio system functions properly as does tape player and CD changer. All interior lighting functional. All Gauges functional. No missing warning lights and...wait for it....NONE of them are on! The service engine light pops up occasionally but I've tracked that down to the gas cap. I will get a new one.

Carpets are in great shape. All glass is good, no cracks. Headliner is in tact and clean. Sunroof fully operational. All one touch windows work as well. Light lenses are clear and free of cracks. All rubber/plastic body cladding is excellent. Interior has been detailed since pics.

$5900 firm

It's a well sorted, sweet ride that I drive every day without issue.


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