1993 Range Rover Classic LWB with professionally installed 300Tdi. 151,000 miles on body. 65,000 miles on motor
4 speed automatic transmission
New 235/70r16 All-season tires on nice Deep dish wheels
New front and rear upholstery
Rare 3rd row seating
Nice carpet and nice OEM front and rear floor mats
New A/C compressor
Rear coil spring conversion
Great Divide Expedition front bumper
This is a very nice RRC. I currently have a 97 d1 with Tdi. Thought it would be nice to have a family ride with a Tdi. My wife didn't like the "factor" feel of the Tdi as a daily driver. She wanted a more modern car. After driving a 2006 LR3, she was hooked. She wanted a more modern car. I found a nice LR3, and now I need to sell the RRC.
This is a great running Tdi. It runs better than my D1. It was installed by Doug Shipman of Ships Mechanical in Portland, OR. This was his personal rig. He picked it up in SouthernCalifornia. No rust. It runs great. Doug replaced the viscous unit with an LT230 from a Discovery. Works great. We average 25 mpg in town. The best I got on the freeway is 27mpg. Pretty good for a heavy Range Rover.
Sunroof works great. No leaks. Seat ECU's work great. Mirror ECU's work. I installed a new stereo and 6 new speakers. Sound system works great. Seat heaters do not work.
Also included is a rare third row seat. The seat is rear-facing, and it fits my 4 year old and 11 year old fine. Seat belts installed too. Third row is matching vinyl. My kids really like sitting back there. Reminds me of riding in the back of our Oldsmobile Vista Cruiser we had when I was a kid.
This is a nice RRC. Paint is very good. Very minor clear count peeling on the rain gutters.
I also have a Thule rack which could be included.
I have been holding this for someone, but that apparently didn't work out. I'm asking $13,500
, but I'm open to offers. I think this is very reasonable for a nice, rust-free California car with a 300tdi. my wife and I have gotten lots of compliments on this rig, but I can't afford two Tdi's.
This rig is located in Boise, Idaho. I will try and get some more pics tomorrow.
Email jrose at msn dot com
(sorry for spelling errors. I'm typing on the kids' iPad)