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Lot 068: Range Rover LSE

Classic & Vintage Cars & Motorcycles, Brightwells Auctioneers and Valuers (18 July 2012)

Land Rover made a series of bold claims in their Range Rover brochure of 1971  The most versatile car in the world and Roughing it in luxury- however it may well have been true. More prophetic still was their claim that the Range Rover heralded an entirely new age of travel, bringing exciting fresh prospects to motoring in the 1970's and beyond. Whilst they were clearly pleased with themselves, they had not envisaged that beyond meant more than 40 years and that the classic-shaped vehicles are now finding a growing momentum in the market, especially well-cared-for examples. This lovely Westminster Grey 1993 LSE model features the stretched wheelbase chassis which gives limousine like leg-room in the rear. Fortunately the longer doors do not detract from the timeless lines of the original, giving real luxury for 4 or even 5 people. A two-owner car from new it is described by the vendor as "immaculate with everything working as it should". It has covered an average of less than 5,000 miles per year, totalling 93,000 miles in all. Fitted with new tyres and MOTd until February 2013 this powerful and smooth Range Rover would make a splendid tow vehicle and no doubt would give its new owner virtually depreciation-free motoring.

Lot Details
Auction Classic & Vintage Cars & Motorcycles
Brightwells Auctioneers and Valuers, Easters Court, Leominster, Herefordshire, HR6 0DE
Lot Number068
Outcome SOLD
Hammer Price£4400
Hammer Price (inc premium)-
Condition rating
Registration numberK381 BJA
Chassis numberSALLHBM33KA638047
Engine number40D05854A
Engine capacity (cc)4275
Engine - cylinders
Number of doors