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Old May 22nd, 2013, 01:03 PM
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1995 Range Rover LWB County Classic

So in my quest to sell my 110 I ran across this classic my buddy has at his shop

166590 miles

New headliner
New tires 245x70x16
factory dog guard
coil conversion
no rust
middle row seats are in great shape front are worn
brush guard was recently powdercoated
all electrical works
has complete service records

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They were looking to get $5750
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Old May 22nd, 2013, 01:49 PM
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So in my quest to sell my 110 I ran across this classic my buddy has at his shop
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166590 miles
High, but not a deal-killer if the compression test is good.

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New headliner
Nice

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New tires 245x70x16
And all that tire shine! Personally not a Tornado wheel fan, but you can't have everything.

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factory dog guard
Great if your dog tends to chew on your passengers.

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coil conversion
<<limp noodle sound>> I never understand why people disable one of the coolest features of these trucks. If the stuff is still there to refit the air springs I would. The ride is far superior to coils, plus it goes up and down! Bada$$. With Storey Wilson's EAS Unlock software (free, by the way) you can repair almost any problem with the system.

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no rust
Oh yes there is, it's a matter of how much.

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middle row seats are in great shape front are worn
Par for the course. Hard to find a RRC with good fronts.

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brush guard was recently powdercoated
IMO this neither adds value nor takes it away if it is not present.

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all electrical works
I find that difficult to believe. Do both front seat heaters work? Map reading lamps in the rearview mirror? Seat switches? Ride height sensors? Both sets of HVAC fans? Cruise control? ABS lights off? SRS light goes out?

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has complete service records
Seems like every RRC I ever bought has a two inch thick pile of receipts from repair shops. Invariably these reflect that the PO knew absolutely nothing about how to maintain the vehicle, or do anything to it except put gas in and run it thru the carwash.


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They were looking to get $5750
Must be a West Coast price. Here in the better side of the nation, that is a 4K vehicle, and that's being super optimistic about it's condition.

I'd begin my opening discussion at 3500, noting actual KBB value (3100), the fact that it has the air suspension deleted, and that it needs paint and quite a bit of detailing.
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Old May 22nd, 2013, 02:27 PM
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Looks nice. Thanks for the detailed pics, Jay. Bill, is $3100 KBB private or dealer? The interior looks really nice - too bad the paint is peeling so much.
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Old May 22nd, 2013, 02:39 PM
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I agree about the paint - he gave me a call since I was looking for a LWB when I thought I had my 110 sold as Ive never been inside one - there is a ton of room in the second row which was nice - I drove it around the auto center and everything seemed ok

no odd dash lights - all the windows worked and the power seats did not try everything

there was no visible rust maybe thats a better way to put it - yes it needs a little elbow grease to clean it up but overall I would be interested if I could unload this other car I have
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Honestly at this age I expect every one to have coil conversion. Receipts are nice for resale value, plus its cool to know if say the dealer puts head gaskets on it under warranty or not. If the back windows and power seats work then its also above average. Barring the rust issues that we can only assume arent shown, paint work is what sets this apart from a $5k 95 RRC. I love the Avalon Blue
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Old May 22nd, 2013, 02:50 PM
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Clean rust free 95 LWBs are worth more than $5k IMHO.

Seems like a fair price for it if it runs/drives/stops
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Old May 22nd, 2013, 04:04 PM
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My Hunter was a Cali truck and is as close to rust free as any RRC I've seen(one small dime size spot pass side floor)

I'd want to know where this LWB started life, and where it spent its time up to now.
If it's been a California truck the entire time that would weigh heavily in its favor...

Oh, and I could care less about those pics above...show me the rear seat belt anchor point/inner fender welds, the rear cargo floor, the firewall where the front inners like to collect water, the front floorboards where that seam is near the front mudflap mounting point---- that will tell you a lot about its rust condition.

Am I right Joel??

Oh, one more thing, hopefully the seats/mirrors work; battery inside ecu hasn't corroded the board---aren't those seat ECUs like unobtanium now??
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My Hunter was a Cali truck and is as close to rust free as any RRC I've seen(one small dime size spot pass side floor)

I'd want to know where this LWB started life, and where it spent its time up to now.
If it's been a California truck the entire time that would weigh heavily in its favor...

Oh, and I could care less about those pics above...show me the rear seat belt anchor point/inner fender welds, the rear cargo floor, the firewall where the front inners like to collect water, the front floorboards where that seam is near the front mudflap mounting point---- that will tell you a lot about its rust condition.

Am I right Joel??

Oh, one more thing, hopefully the seats/mirrors work; battery inside ecu hasn't corroded the board---aren't those seat ECUs like unobtanium now??
Exactly!! I'd also like to see the seam on the firewall, around the underside edge of the hood, and the upper tailgate of course.

How dry rotted are the quarter window seals if the paint took that much of a beating outdoors?

I will say the wood looks good from here. Are the speaker covers on the front doors broken? How about the instrument cluster surround and the center dash facia? Are they cracked? Any broken mounting tabs? That stuff is soft dash specific.
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Old May 23rd, 2013, 03:30 PM
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Tailgate shots are looking good.
That's a great indicator.

Try and get a shot of the rear seatbelt anchor plate; looking from the tire. That speaks volumes.

The front floor pan shot is from underneath where that front mudflap anchor point is located; commonly rust along that seam.

Looks like a SoCal truck so far.
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There's one that is at least as good looking on Dallas CL for 1700. If it weren't a white soft dash, I'd be buying it, but it ain't my cuppa.
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There's one that is at least as good looking on Dallas CL for 1700. If it weren't a white soft dash, I'd be buying it, but it ain't my cuppa.
You are on crack. That thing has had a window down outside and been sitting for two years.
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Tailgate shots are looking good.
That's a great indicator.

Try and get a shot of the rear seatbelt anchor plate; looking from the tire. That speaks volumes.

The front floor pan shot is from underneath where that front mudflap anchor point is located; commonly rust along that seam.

Looks like a SoCal truck so far.
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New price is 5000 - this rover needs a new home
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I dig that truck.
I have a soft spot for green LWBs but I'm holding out for UN White.

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