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Old May 14th, 2013, 10:07 PM
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1992 RRC**87,700 miles***

This is a VERY clean RRC, I have owned this for about 1.5 yrs with me being the third owner. The car fax and title are clean with the exception of a mileage typo, and I can say this with 99% certainty, I find hard to believe a person would go over a 100,000 miles in two years, with the wear of the truck it matches the current mileage. This is a rust free rover as you can see in the photos. Below is a link to photos taken recently. Asking $7200

http://www.flickr.com/photos/rrc39/



EXTERIOR:
It does have some dings and scratches (see pics), however the paint is nice and glossy and appears to be the original Westminster Grey. Tires are about 50-60%.

INTERIOR:
Leather is soft, and no tears, of course the drivers seat does show the most wear. The carpet and mats are in good condition with no stains. The headliner is good minus a spot in the very back were it is starting to pull away. The wood is not the original, but is original to the year. I purchased a complete set from a board member that refinished the wood to its original condition doing an outstanding job, not one crack in the clear coat. I have the original factory tool kit, owners manual and Range Rover pen!

MECHANICAL:
It starts every time and accelerates up to speed with no issues (at least what a 3.9L can do) It does have a slight stumble at idle at about 500 RPM, I've been told that it may need its base idle set however I have tried with no success, it only does it at idle and not while accelerating. ALL electronics work, yes the cruise control works well. The only thing that does not work is the remote door lock, it sets the alarm but not the locks. The transmission has been totally overhauled and shifts perfect. The transfer case goes into low and works well. It was leaking from the oil pan however that has been resealed with no leaks. The exhaust from the Y back has been replaced from the previous owner. I have replaced both O2 sensors about three weeks ago. The oil cooler hoses have been replaced with custom fitted hoses from the "fastener shop"


Below lists what items I have replaced since my ownership (with receipts) all within the last nine months:
Transmission rebuilt
New alternator
New battery
New 8mm Magnacore spark plug wires
Sparks plugs
Mallory distributor
Brakes all four to include rotors and a total brake fluid flush.
Front and rear hubs greased and bearings inspected (no blue racing marks)

All new belts
New fuel pump and water pump and ALL water hoses

All fluids have been changed with AMSOIL products, to include diffs, transfer case, ect.


Please call with any questions you have 931-801-5908

Thanks
VB
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Old May 14th, 2013, 10:23 PM
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Old May 14th, 2013, 10:51 PM
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That is a beautiful truck
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You might try cleaning the stepper motor on the passenger rear side of the plenum with brake cleaner. That might fix your stumble issue. If it doesn't, it was cheap and quick anyway.
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looking at autocheck it states, 115k miles recorded on the year 2000. odometer discrepency? nice looking truck. glws.
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Yes, you are correct. However, I addressed this in the post, if you look at the years this pertains to you can see driving 100,000 in two years is next to impossible.

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looking at autocheck it states, 115k miles recorded on the year 2000. odometer discrepency? nice looking truck. glws.
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