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93 LWB KITTED 95 LWB Chop Top 03 D2
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Short Answer.. NO

Air Conditioning Aluminum/Alloy Wheels
AM/FM/Cassette Audio System Antilock Brakes
Automatic Locking Hubs (4WD) Automatic 4-Speed Transmission
Automatic Load Leveling Bucket Seats
Camper/Towing Package Chrome Bumpers
Cruise Control Fog Lights
Headlight Washers Power Heated Mirrors
Intermittent Wipers Leather Seats
Leather Steering Wheel Power Brakes
Power Door Locks Power Driver Seat
Power Passenger Seat Power Steering
Power Windows Rear Window Defroster
Rear Window Wiper Special Factory Paint
Tachometer Tinted Glass
Premium Audio System 16 Inch Wheels
3.9L V8 OHV 16V FI Engine

Optional equiptment :
AM/FM/CD Audio System
Power Sunroof
Premium Audio System
Velour/Cloth Seats

All of this information is available at

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Right-Tilt was only available on the 1995 model Range Rover Classic in the US (Elsewhere all models with the "soft" dash [1995 US dash] between 1994-96]
P38a RR (4.0 / 4.6) has tilt / telescopic steering wheel but not powered electrically.

By the way, those Edmunds options and facts are usually wrong. A Range Rover does not have "auto locking hubs" because its permanent 4WD. Part-time (and even some full time) 4x4's use unlocking hubs to improve fuel economy. Range Rover uses a third center differntial.
"Auto leveling" means the single Bogemat spring mounted on the central a-frame in the back only, these things basically never worked when they were new. "Special Factory Paint" was not standard but rather on County models only you could opt for a $300 Beluga Black option. That was the only "special paint." Also, the audio system specs are wrong from Edmunds too-- Base models had 6-speakers and the same head unit as County models. County models had an optional 6-CD changer but came standard with the a/d/s system with 7 speakers counting a subwoofer.

Nothing against you hamrendan just I can't stand Edmunds.
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