The biggest pitfall with Range Rover Classics is corrosion, which attacks the sills, body mounts, A-pillars and doors. Repairing the rust can be costly, and restoring it to showroom condition can cost a fortune.
All that work has already been done on this one, in what looks like a very thorough body restoration. It’s also been given stunning retrimmed seats, a completely new air suspension, and upgraded immobiliser and audio systems.
At £29,950 it’s a lot of money for a car which you can pick up for well under £1000, but this is the kind of price that the crème-de-la-crème of Classics seem to command these days. It’s about the same as a high-spec Mondeo, but that will depreciate and this won’t. Anyway, which is more interesting?
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