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Rare 1995 Range Rover Lwb Calif Car No Rust 101k Metallic Gray, Air Suspension on 2040-cars

Year:1995 Mileage:101718
Location:

United States

United States

Selling for no reserve.

Super nice 1995 Range Rover LWB with only 101k miles. The final year of the Range Rover Classic and very sought after. 

Refinished in Metallic Gray over the original Roman Bronze.  California owned and garaged. This Rover has no rust and is in impeccable shape.  One of the cleanest Range Rover classics for sale. Previous owner owned car for over 10 years.  

Factory working air suspension and super cold AC. Diligently maintained and serviced by an independent shop. Car comes with several service records. Clean title and history. Recently replaced all four tires with Michelin tires. 

Car passes smog with no issues. Engine is running excellent. Transmission shifts smooth and crisp. Air suspension goes up and down with a touch of a button. Radio was replaced with an after market cd player with removable face. 

Headliner is falling down and needs to be replaced.  Leather seats show some wear on surface but not ripped or torn. Missing cargo cover. Remote not working. Srs light on. 

Email for more info. Clean title. 




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