1995 Range Rover Classic SWB (The last and best year)
Alpine White w/ black non glare hood section
Tan leather interior
Dual zone A/C (works perfectly)
Winter package (wires in windshield for de-frosting snow & heated seats)
Full time 4WD hi/lo
Coil spring conversion (this removes the costly to repair air bags from the rearend with steel springs.)
Roof Rack including High Lift jack (removed from vehicle, but included)
Front brush guard with Hella offroad lights
Mantec Industries snorkel
Borla exhaust (tucked flush with rear bumper)
Onboard air compressor & tank (quick air coupling under hood)
Front steering guard/skid plate
¼” steel KMC differential guards (front & rear)
¼” steel full length rocker guards (Bombproof Protection)
New BFG All-Terrains
KMC motor mounts
Drilled EBC zinc coated disc brakes
This truck is very sound, runs and sounds strong. Almost all work has been performed by either Land Rover of Las Vegas or Kensington Motor Cars (Bill Kensington used to work for the dealership prior to opening an independent shop dedicated to Land Rovers.)
I absolutely hate the idea of selling this truck and if it weren't for the fact that I have an opportunity at an H1 Hummer... this wouldn't be leaving my possesion!! CONTACT ME AT 702-927-2444
If anyone is interested, I have a 2005 Dodge 2500 Cummins Ram Quad Cab SLT that has a 6" Procomp lift with 37" BFG's on 18" Eagle Alloys. The truck is Slate Gray in color and is immaculate.
I would like to trade for a great condition Defender 90... let me know if this sounds interesting and I'll send pictures!
Well hopefully you weren't thinking that after buying the base vehicle, spending thousands of dollars in upgrades, spending a year or two scrimping and saving for parts... that you wouldn't end up with a $1,000 Range Rover? Last time I checked, Land Rovers were expensive vehicles to own... I know, I've got two!
Oh, I forgot to mention that the truck has 120k on the clock with dealership printouts of an engine replacement in 2002. Engine has about 55,000 on it...