1991 Land Rover RANGE ROVER CLASSIC 4WD SUV

1991 Land Rover Range Rover

Condition: Used
Make: Land Rover
Model: Range Rover
SubModel: Classic
Type: SUV
Year: 1991
Mileage: 155700
VIN: SALHV1247MA601893
Color: Tan
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: 4WD
Interior color: Gray
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Safety: Anti-Lock Brakes, Driver Airbag, Passenger Airbag
Vehicle Title: Salvage
Item location: Wichita, Kansas, United States
Extras
Air Conditioning, Power Windows, Power Locks
4-Wheel Drive, Leather Seats, Sunroof
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Description for Land Rover Range Rover 1991

1991 RANGE ROVER CLASSIC

The Range Rover Classic is a 4 wheel drive Utility, mid-size vehicle produced initially bythe RoverDivisionof British Leyland, and later by the Rover Group, from 1970 to 1996. In 2 more years this vehicle gets an "Antique" license plate. It is a classic off-road vehicle that is also great for town and commute. Take a look at an article inGQ "How to Buy a Classic Range Rover," https://www.gq.com/story/how-to-buy-a-classic-range-rover Everyone who owns one loves their Range Rover Classic. (This has been my best vehicle ever .... I just am not able to restore it to its full glory.)


This has been my daily runner for the last 8 years. Minimally, the driver door handle should be replaced. The driver seat is adjusted to my frame at 5' 6". If that is not comfortable for you, then add "fix seat control" to the minimum to-do list. I am electing to sell this at a bargain, in lieu of spiffing it up again. It is a great car for flood waters, snow-packed roads, off-road, or throwing a bunch of oversize items in the cargo hold. The visibility from the driver's seat is the best of any vehicle I have driven.

This is a running vehicle with cosmetic issues and an issue related to brake fluid. The pictures focus in on flaws so buyers can see what these are. Most of these are not that noticeable, as seen from the external shots of the whole vehicle.
Video of the engine running in park: https://www.facebook.com/sharoneicher/videos/10221218090386341/
This vehicle has a salvage title because it was hail-damaged. It was not in a wreck. The dents in the back are from my fight with a tree. The only damage from collision was to the rear, rubber bumper when I backed into someone in a parking lot. In fact, if you are going to hit something, this is the best car in which to do so. It is like a tank. It's nice to know those airbags are there, but this vehicle is built to protect its occupants.

The pictures are from 10/25/19. If you require additional photos, please request these.Full disclosure of all known faults is given below.Selling as is.

Original owner's manual is included.
Parts are not difficult to find from several online Rover parts companies.

I can put you in touch with a car transport company if necessary.

Valuation:

  • This is a highly desirable Range Rover edition. Valuation by NADA for 1991 Land Rover, Rover Classic: $5,000 - $11,600Seenadaguides.comfor 1991 Land-Rover, Range Rover
  • Kelly Blue Book listing price by dealer for1992(1991 not available)≈$2,300

Mileage: 155,700

General maintenance:

  • Relatively new tires
  • New battery
  • Hoses have been replaced as needed
  • Mechanical parts have been replaced as needed
  • Fluids have been monitored and flushed as needed

Mechanical issues:

  • Leak in brake fluid system.Must test level and refill frequently
  • Cruise control is disabled

Cosmetic issues:

  • Driver side door handle has broken (must replace) (pic)
  • Damage to hood (hole and scorch mark) (pic)
  • Rusting on rear taillight guards(pic)
  • Cracks in rubber bumper pieces
  • Inside wood dash is cracked and broken in areas (pic)
  • Steering column sleeve (plastic casing) is broken (pic)
  • Front seats no longer adjust (pic)
  • Tears in leather in front seats; back seats are fine (pic)
  • Stereo system damaged and not working
  • Casing around stereo in cargo area is loose and needs repair (pic)
  • Internal light has been disabled as it was staying on
  • Light hail damage on roof (where you cannot see)
  • Hood liner has stains
  • Driver side window control does not work
  • Cargo rear door is hard to open
  • Missing knob for 4WD shift (may or may not be able to locate) (pic)
  • Two dents in back of vehicle (large one shown in pic)
  • As true of nearly every antique Rover, the center console is falling apart (pic)
  • Air-conditioning runs only on maximum setting
  • Scratch on passenger side from stupid person being negligent with a shopping cart


Shipping:We have worked with a national shipper and can put you in contact with this person.Shipping is the buyer's responsibility.



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