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Old February 27th, 2011, 07:29 PM
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Smile 1995 Range Rover Classic - Supercharged!

1995 Range Rover Classic - Epsom Green - Light Stone Leather/Figured Walnut Interior trim. 130K miles.
$9,300

*Eaton M62 Supercharger (currently with 4lb pulley, can increase to 6lbs of boost).
*Rovertym 2" body lift with OME suspension lift (able to run 33" tires, currently running 265/75 BFG AT's on D90 alloys).
*ARB bumper with winch.
*Rock sliders
*Brownchurch full-length roof rack with farmtek flooring
*NRP stainless exhaust (nice note)
*upgraded headlights
*New upper tailgate (no rust and latch actually works)
*lots of little extras like HD mats, loadspace tray, upgraded cupholders, ash tray replaced with coin holder, tinted windows, extra outlets, CD player

I've owned this vehicle since last summer, I bought it to replace my previous '95 RRC but have decided I really want to get back into a Defender (my first love) and plan to import a 110.
I've known this RRC since my friend purchased it back in '95 with a few thousand miles on it. He is a long time Rover nut and loved this vehicle and it shows. He did extensive POR15 rust proofing in the engine bay, and all around the body mounts when the lift was installed. I'm serious when I say this vehicle has no rust issues.
Since I've owned it, I've spent several thousand dollars to get it to the level it is now. This included replacing the transfer case, ignition amplifier, coolant temp sensor, upper tailgate, brake pads, headlights, battery, expansion tank, hoses, filters, dist. rotor and all fluids. If it needed replaced, I had it done. I have a binder of receipts and service records that go back to 1995 and even include the original window sticker. That said, it still has some annoying faults that I haven't addressed and don't affect drivability, but bug me all the same:
Driver's door latch sticks, rear windows sometimes don't work for several minutes after the car's been started (but always do eventually). Seat warmers don't work, and neither does the cruise control. Lights for SRS, Anti-lock & TC are lighted.
Body has a few dings, but the paint still looks great, interior is in very good condition with only slight wear showing on the front seats.

Overall I think this one of the nicest looking Range Rover Classics I've ever seen and the supercharger makes it the fastest I've ever driven. Even with only 4lbs of boost, the power is always there, so it's quicker off the line and has plenty of power on the highway in the hills. It should have come from the factory like this.

Please contact me via email as I don't check PM's often, I'm always happy to discuss Rover's.

Kind Regards,
Art Vigil
amvigil(at)comcast(dot)net
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Old February 27th, 2011, 08:44 PM
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Art. Absolutely beautiful.
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Old February 27th, 2011, 10:11 PM
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Art. Absolutely beautiful.
Thanks! Here's a shot for you with the Rover shod in 33's:
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'95 RRC - 3.9V8 Rimmer Supercharged!
'72 Series III 88" NADA Turner 2.25 petrol (Lovely Rita)
'95 RRC Brooklands/TWR Edition 3.9V8
'97 D90SW NAS #2426 - 3.9V8 Rimmer Supercharged!
'95 D90ST NAS#2620 - Original owner
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Old February 28th, 2011, 12:02 AM
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Art,

Sweet ride! Good luck with the sale!
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Old February 28th, 2011, 06:29 PM
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Art,

Sweet ride! Good luck with the sale!
Hey thanks!

Here is a link to more photos, if you're in to that sort of thing
http://www.flickr.com/photos/5103576...7626163471962/
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'95 RRC - 3.9V8 Rimmer Supercharged!
'72 Series III 88" NADA Turner 2.25 petrol (Lovely Rita)
'95 RRC Brooklands/TWR Edition 3.9V8
'97 D90SW NAS #2426 - 3.9V8 Rimmer Supercharged!
'95 D90ST NAS#2620 - Original owner
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Old March 1st, 2011, 04:13 AM
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Once again Art - sexy truck!

*bump* for a GREAT seller and an all-round hell of a good guy.

Good luck with the sale Art, she's a beauty for sure and you're going to mis her just like i miss your old TWR already.... but I will continue my build up of my own Defender hybrid when I get back from New Zealand. The Defenders are where it's at in the end. Ha!

Cheers,
Doug
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Old March 1st, 2011, 08:51 AM
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Hey Art

As always awesome ride. Someone is in for a real treat, gets Art's RR and dealing with Art.

Its now on the Big Screen!!
http://bringatrailer.com/2011/02/28/...nge-rover-swb/
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Old March 1st, 2011, 08:34 PM
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You guys are awesome! Thanks for the kind words, remind me where to send your checks again?

Martin, that site is amazing! It's generated quite a bit of welcome interest. Thanks!


Regards,
~Art
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'95 RRC - 3.9V8 Rimmer Supercharged!
'72 Series III 88" NADA Turner 2.25 petrol (Lovely Rita)
'95 RRC Brooklands/TWR Edition 3.9V8
'97 D90SW NAS #2426 - 3.9V8 Rimmer Supercharged!
'95 D90ST NAS#2620 - Original owner
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Old March 2nd, 2011, 09:36 AM
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Damn Art, yet another great looking truck! Me likey!
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Old March 2nd, 2011, 09:08 PM
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this has you all over it CVC, perfect replacement for the 90 with the family
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Old March 2nd, 2011, 11:40 PM
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Beautiful and a very good deal. I'm jealous of whomever is getting this. Where are you located? Posting location might help someone that is interested.
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Old March 3rd, 2011, 08:59 AM
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Hey art wanna work a trade towards a defender?
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Old March 3rd, 2011, 08:16 PM
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Hey art wanna work a trade towards a defender?
Hmm, well there's a great idea. Drop me a line with your thoughts, I'm open to it.

~Art

IN DENVER, CO In case anyone missed it - thanks for the heads up Carl!
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'95 RRC - 3.9V8 Rimmer Supercharged!
'72 Series III 88" NADA Turner 2.25 petrol (Lovely Rita)
'95 RRC Brooklands/TWR Edition 3.9V8
'97 D90SW NAS #2426 - 3.9V8 Rimmer Supercharged!
'95 D90ST NAS#2620 - Original owner
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Old March 3rd, 2011, 09:03 PM
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May I suggest having a look at the ABS/TC lights? It's incredibly easy to read the codes out and the fix is (generally) pretty easy. It took me about an hour to extinguish them on the TWR (and they're still off after 7k miles).

Obviously it's a small issue on such a nice truck, but it is nice for the buyer for a relatively small amount of effort. If anything, listing the codes would be helpful.

I wish I had a supercharger! That really is a fantastic looking truck.
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Old March 3rd, 2011, 09:04 PM
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call me tomorrow Art.
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Old March 3rd, 2011, 11:01 PM
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Sold!!!

Vehicle is sold.
Thanks to everyone for the interest and especially the kind words.
Kind Regards,
Art Vigil
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'72 Series III 88" NADA Turner 2.25 petrol (Lovely Rita)
'95 RRC Brooklands/TWR Edition 3.9V8
'97 D90SW NAS #2426 - 3.9V8 Rimmer Supercharged!
'95 D90ST NAS#2620 - Original owner
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