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Proof that “The Best 4x4xFar” just keeps on going

The sale of a 40-year old Range Rover Classic

 

Just as Land Rover Jaguar have launched their fourth generation Range Rover L405, South Kensington garage Hexagon Classics are selling a much earlier example, a Range Rover Classic from 1973.

 

Hexagon Classics offer this 1973 Range Rover Classic for just under £40,000
Hexagon Classics offer this 1973 Range Rover Classic for just under £40,000
The fact that it has lasted 40 years is indeed proof that Land Rover's "The Best 4x4xFar" is indeed well grounded
The fact that it has lasted 40 years is indeed proof that Land Rover’s “The Best 4x4xFar” is indeed well grounded
The interior of the car is in exemplary order
The interior of the car is in exemplary order
The rear of the vehicle
The rear of the vehicle

 

The 3-door 4×4 has been “meticulously maintained” and was the subject of an £18,100 “major mechanical overhaul” in 2011. Presented in its original distinctive Bahama Gold with beige Palameno seats, the vehicle comes with MOT’s dating back to 1973 and an original fully stamped Rover Passport service book.

 

This 40-year old car is proof that a Range Rover can indeed last far longer than most other modern vehicles. A price of £39,995 has been set.

 

For more details on the car, contact Jonathan Kaiser of Hexagon Classics on +44 (0) 20 7225 3388 or go to: http://www.hexagonclassics.com/car_sales/Range-Rover-Classic-3-Door/7192.htm

 

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