2001 Holland and Holland #170 Range Rover 4.6
at about 99k the Engine was replaced with a low mileage unit with around 40k on it and resealed (HG all the gaskets, new water pump ect...), all cooling hoses replaced, heater core replaced, radiator replaced, all EAS replaced (bags, pump, valve block, dryer, basically everything but the lines and tank) and I believe the shocks were replaced at the same time. The blend door motors were replaced after this at some point as well. I replaced the battery with a Group31 Diehard (Oddysey rebranded) this summer, as well as the brake pads.
Door handles are paint matched as well as a few other trim pieces that I can't tell.
Drives very nice. Interior is in very good shape with no major flaws and is very tight, exterior as well, very few minor imperfections.
Has a genuine dog guard and load space cover, has the heavy duty rubber backed carpet floor mats.
I will argue that it is one of the nicest condition P38's left.
I am working on 2 issues with it at the moment, the right front seat heater element is not working, have the part and it will go in. drivers seat has already been replaced. The book symbol on the HVAC will come on one in 10-20 trips, does not affect the system, fault is a blend door motor out of range or something like that.
Book is $16,900 Retail, $14,900 Private Party Sale
Asking $13,500 (14,500 on autotrader and cars.com) WILL disclose the known history of the vehicle with anyone seriously interested. Carfax: http://www.carfax.com/cfm/FSBO.cfm?r...58443FA1774BBE
I am the third owner and it has a clear Texas title in hand.
I am selling because I graduate in December and we are barely going to make it. I will worry about another car later. Well, I might be talked into a Defender in trade
Edit, Wow, I never realized I have never posted on here....