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Old July 21st, 2011, 08:05 AM
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1995 Range Rover Classic LWB..Off Road Beast...Runs Strong...$4000 obo

For sale is my 1995 Range Rover Classic LWB (Long Wheel Base). The Truck has the 4.2L engine with 217K miles on it. I truly hate to part with this truck. I would love to fix it up and put it on the road again however, due to some personal matters I must sell it. I have invested a ton of $$ in making this truck an off-road beast and it is a joy to take 4x4ing.

Here is a list of parts I have added as well as other modifications:

Rovertym Engineering Bull Bumper with Winch mount, Skid Plate, and 2 Hella Rallye 2000 Lights
Warn 9.5 TI 9500lbs Winch
Rovers North Rock Sliders
Rovertym Engineering Custom Rear (wrap-around) Bumper with Spare Tire Holder
Rovers North Stainless Steel RoofRack with Jerry Cans, 4 Hella Rallye 2000 Lights (Front), and 2 Hella Lights in rear. From what I am told, this is a very rare rack. Very few were made.
2 Old Man Emu Suspension Lift w/ Bilstein Shocks
6 Steel Wheels with Goodyear Wrangler LT245/75/R16 Tires (All have Plenty of Tread)
Front and Rear Differential Guards
NRP Stainless Steel Exhaust
Replaced rear floor with stainless steel diamond plate. The new floor has an access panel to gas tank. (This makes changing fuel filter a hell of a lot easier)
Rubber OEM Range Rover Floor Mats
K&N Filter
DEKA Battery
CB Radio
Garmin GPS Ready All the wiring and antenna is installed. Just need to plug in the GPS. (If I can find mine I will include in the sale)
Weather Tech Rubber Mat in cargo area

Vehicle Condition:

The truck runs strong and idles smooth. When driving the truck, it shifts in and out gear without issue. Outlined below is my assessment of the issues with the truck.

Mechanical issues:

1. The vehicle is leaking power steering fluid. I noticed the leak after I drove over a pile of rocks (this past weekend). After speaking with a friend who is a rover tech, he thinks this may be due to a brittle or lose hose.

2. Brakes are not working properly. You need to press the pedal hard to slow the vehicle down. It feels as if the issues reside with the brake line or lack of brake fluid (The handbrake works fine).

3. Hood release cable has snapped. I removed center hood pin latch so engine access is possible. I would recommend installing manual hood pins.

Interior issues:
1. The front leatherseats are in cracked. Rear seats are in better condition. Dash is in good shape. Carpets are in decent shape as well.

2. The headliner is sagging

Exterior Issues:

1. Rusting in a some areas (See Pictures). I took pictures of all the places I could find rust as well as places that dont have it.

2. Minor Dings and Dents from using the truck off-road

The truck is located in Cape Cod, MA. Please feel free to email me any questions you have.

See my photobucket link for over 100+ Pics of the truck

http://s98.photobucket.com/albums/l2...%20NEW%20Pics/
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Old July 21st, 2011, 09:57 AM
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Nicely equipped LWB Chris!! Good Luck with the sale!
BTW, have you tried Landroversexchange? Free classifieds also!
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Old July 21st, 2011, 10:15 AM
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Thanks Luis. Yes I have posted there as well as many other Land Rover Forums.
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Old July 21st, 2011, 10:22 AM
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I had the same brake problem. It is likely the hydraulic switch on top of the ABS pump. That is an easy fix.

Want to trade for a Series III?
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Old July 21st, 2011, 10:29 AM
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What was the fix for it? New Switch? The problem occurred as I pulled into my driveway after having just drove 1500 miles from Miami....talk about perfect timing!

As much as I would love a new toy, I need to make the responsible decision...so I am going to pass on the Series III unfortuneately

------ Follow up post added July 21st, 2011 10:33 AM ------

Also I still have this toy to play with:



------ Follow up post added July 21st, 2011 10:35 AM ------

oops, here is a better one:

http://good-times.webshots.com/album...-times&start=0
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Old July 21st, 2011, 10:56 AM
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Yes, a new switch. I got a used one from a friend. If you look at the ABS pump it is a cylinder and on top is a smaller cylinder with an electrical plug in the end. That smaller cylinder is what I replaced.
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Old July 29th, 2011, 11:29 AM
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I am willing to start parting the truck out. If any one is interested shoot me a PM or email.
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Old August 5th, 2011, 10:20 AM
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Chris, I would probably want the Front bumper/winch/and all the lights!!
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