There’s a stunning array of classic cars available, but these lovely Range Rovers (restored by specialist Kingsley Cars) caught our eye.
1979 two-door Range Rover Classic(KGE 329T)
One of Solihull’s final Australian export models, rescued and returned to the UK in 2014. Aside from some rust-proofing and an internal refresh, it’s in original condition.
Worth it? Yeah, probably. How many unrestored, original 1970s Classics do you see that are in this condition? That Australian climate has probably worked wonders.
1971 Suffix A two-door Range Rover(PFM 127K)
Comprehensively restored to as-new condition, and finished in Tuscan Blue. The vendor promises a perfect shell, with any corrosion having been cut out.
Worth it? It’s not an unprecedented value to be placed on an immaculate Suffix A. Perhaps non-enthusiast bidders will be put off by the mention of an oil leak in the listing...
1989 Range Rover Classic Vogue(F880 HKR)
Driven by its first owner for the first 24 years of its life, this beautiful 3.5 EFi Range Rover in Trocadero Red comes with almost all its previous MoTs, no corrosion and a very clean, original interior.
Worth it? It’s high money for a vehicle which isn’t yet rare enough to be particularly exclusive.Similar money would buy a limited edition CSK Range Rover in reasonable condition, so this price tag needs to be justified by its condition, rather than it’s exclusivity.
As always, a buyer would need to inspect carefully before making his/her own judgment.
Other Land Rovers at auction today
Used as a fire tender and people carrier by Colemans Mustard for the first 18 years of its life, now thoroughly restored and looking stunning.
Newly and comprehensively restored by Abbey Classic Cars, with a rebuilt spread-bore petrol engine. Includes optional overdrive and cabin heater.
‘How much is my Land Rover worth?’
Don’t forget you can find up-to-date values for all derivatives of Land Rover in LRO’s price Guide, which appears towards the back of every issue of LRO. Find the latest issue here!
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