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1993 Range Rover Classic Vogue SE A Westminster Grey

Sale price: £8,750.00 make an offer

Car location: Nuneaton, United Kingdom

Sale type: Fixed price listing

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Safety Features:
4-Wheel Drive, Alarm, Anti-Lock Brakes (ABS), Rear seat belts
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1993 Range Rover Classic Vogue SE A Westminster Grey for sale

Current customer rating: current rating for this car(2.15) based on 48 votes
Hi thanks for looking!Here we have my 1993 Range Rover Classic, 3.9l V8 Automatic with only 98,000 miles.I've owned it for a couple of years since returning from working abroad, I had intedended for it to be my everyday driver however shortly after getting it my father bought himself a new car and gifted me his MX5, so I ended up using that instead and the Range Rover became an ocasional weekend toy.When I bought it it had been setup for offroading and had some rather large bumpers fitted, spot lights, winch etc, I have removed all of this and put it back to standard using new parts, I dont think it had really done any serious off road work and there's no evidence of mud packed into the chassis or anywhere else for that matter so suspect it was more about the look than actually playing in the mud.It's had a lot of hours spent on it and a fair ammount of money too, new parts include :-4 x Yokohama Geolander tyres (less than 50 miles on them since fitting!)Full ExhaustABS SensorWheel nutsSpringsHeadliningSparkplugsDist CapPlug LeadsFront and rear bumpersBumper end capsFront GrillFront ValanceBattery (which died over lockdown and has just been swapped under warranty with a brand new one a few days ago)I have stripped the seats back and reconditioned them all which now look like new, the electric front seats didn't work due to a dead control ECU these have now been re-wired so all is good again there is no memory function but all of the actions work on the buttons as they should. I have replaced the blower fan speed resistor so that now works on all speeds. when I replaced the headlining I stripped cleaned out and reset all of the sunroof so that does not leak and works perfectly. The ABS works as it should and the brake pedal is very solid, they do pull very slightly at the moment but suspect this is due to lack of use as it's sat on the drive untouched for the last 12 months.The body is in pretty good shape for a Range Rover it is very solid, wheel arches etc where they usually rust out are all good. I have had some welding done on both of the sills and these are now solid, the MOT tester did pick up on some rust on the rear body crossmember - not serious enough to fail on but he recommended rubbing it back and giving it a coat of paint before too long. The only other area that's starting to rust is some parts of the doors, these could probably be replaced or taken off and have some repair work done.It has a few carpark scars as shown in the photo's and the paint on the bonnet has started to fade, it does come back looking good with an hour spent t-cutting it but it could probably do with a re-spray to get it back to showroom condition.The vast majority of it all works as it should, sunroof, seats Cruise control etc, the AC isn't currently working but appears to have some pressure in it so may just need a re-gas, I've not really looked at it. There is a spare wheel but no tyre, and I have a couple of boxes of odds and sods that can go with the car - ABS pumps, ECU's, new fog lamps, origional stereo etc etc. I thought I had the fusebox cover but can't seem to find it, but obvioulsy if I stumble across it in the garage I'll re-fit it.It did have an LPG system fitted that I've removed, the ECU's are still mounted and I have all the parts except the tank if anyone wanted to put it back into place.Full service history upto 66,000 and a thick wedge of receipts etc.These cars appear to range vastly in price with a scrapper selling for anything from £2-4k and showroom nut and bolt restorations up for £60k+I think the price for this one with a full MOT low miles and in good condition for it's age is quite cheap - it's not a show winner but is a very good usable example.It failed it's MOT on a track rod end and headlamp alignment wich have both now been sorted, not much really for a vehicle of this age that's spent most of lockdown sitting on the drive! I'm selling it as we are in the middle of a house restoration and a new kitchen is looming! Any inspection welcome, more photo's avaliable on request.Payment via bank transfer - no cash, no crypto, no western union etc.Feel free to ask any questions.Update - Update - Update - UpdateFusebox cover now found along with the full genuine workshop manual and spare remote locking keyfob.To answer some of the questions I've had already - Yes the chassis is solid, no crunchy bits and no obvious patches of welding that I've noticed - Photo's avaliableThe inner wings are solid as is the battery trayYes all of the gears work and the torque converter lockup kicks inYes there is a spare ABS pump - no I wont sell it seperatly and I only had one as I've had a few RR Classics and kept a few spare parts along the way, it's not from this vehicle.No I do not want to part exchange it for anythingThe air suspension has been removed at some point in it's past and it now has coil springs - new Police springs have been fitted by me as I removed the 4" lift ones that were on it when I bought it.Yes I still have the winch bumper, winch and tubular rear bumper should you want them - by seperate negotiation.

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