Are you brave enough for this special edition of this 1995 Range Rover Classic with TWR Bodykit?
The 25th anniversary edition of the beautiful 1995 Range Rover Classic appeared on Cars & Bids as one of the latest models of the first generation model. A special edition of the limited edition was released in 1994 to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Range Rover, the debut of a much more modern second generation.
This real example Aspen Silver Metallic combines the exterior with black 16-inch alloy wheels and Ash Gray interior with real wood finish. It is equipped with a later TWR body kit with modern-style body-colored bumpers, proving that the eternal look of the Range Rovers has not changed much in history. The previous owner also redesigned a set of LED headlights.
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The car was recently refurbished by Congleton Service in Vermont. It seems to be in good condition in terms of its age and mileage, but a careful inspection will reveal a few cracks and chips and internal wear, as well as rust on the underside.
Although released in 1995, the equipment includes dual-zone climate control, heated and power-adjustable front seats, dual front airbags, power windows, cruise control and a factory-installed power hatch. Unfortunately, the seat heaters and cruise control do not work as described in the list. The previous owner Sony RSX-GS9 also added a high-definition audio multimedia receiver, a subwoofer in the bootloader and a rear-view camera mirror.
The Range Rover Classic 25th Anniversary Edition originally came with a 5.0-liter V8 from the Rover combined with a four-speed ZF transmission, but recently it received a 4.2-liter V8 replaceable engine and transmission as shown in the pictures. The chassis has 162,300 miles (261,197 km), but the power unit has about 10,000 miles (16,093 km). Other mechanical modifications include coil spring suspension, Congleton cooling components and NRP Performance stainless steel hood.
According to the car’s Carfax history, the Range Rover has never had an accident and has spent most of its time in California and Texas. During the subscription, several bids were received for the ongoing auction, the highest of which is currently $ 12,000. How much would you pay for the most modern version of this classic SUV?
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