This is just me, but it seems that people think that just because something is rare it is super valuable. True for things like the Hope Diamond, but for Range Rovers? Hardly. "Special" editions notwithstanding. They put out a LOT of special editions to help boost sales. None were actual improvements to performance, they were strictly cosmetic to add curb appeal.
I'm going to go out on a limb and say that Classics will never command say, Defender money. Yes they may gain in value due to the fact that people still want them and good ones are getting more difficult to find. I personally avoid the 95s like the plague. I will NEVER own one due to the fact that they have so much unobtanium sh*t that can be nearly impossible to repair or replace...
It does seem to be regional. In Cali they think these things are money. Here in the east not so much.
Guess it's like anything. There's a butt for every seat and there's a buyer out there who will pay your price. It may take a while but it'll happen.
Without pics and detailed pics at that there's no way to assess the truck. Even your "perfect" may be full of deficiencies to a trained eye.
1966 109 5 door wagon 300Tdi "spermaceti fueled"
1994 RRC LeWiB "ruining the air behind me"
All my troubles are Rover