Ross Parker on 17 June 2023 (9 months ago).
1993 Range Rover Vogue LSE
Reg. no. K632 UEY
Chassis no. SALLHBM33KA635846
Engine no. 01701T
Mileage: 66,583 (Indicated)
MOT: February 2024
Estimate: £8,000 - 10,000
The first-generation Range Rover was produced for two and a half decades between 1969 - 1996 in three and five door variants. A number of engines were fitted with the most impressive being the 4200cc Rover V8. A mixture of off-road capability and luxury results in the RR being one of the most legendary British cars of all time.
This very original Vogue LSE 5 door example is presented in Masai red that appears to be original paint with five spoke, black alloy wheels wrapped in all-terrain tyres. The plush interior is presented in exceptional condition for its age, with black leather seats and other luxury features such as heated and electric seats, heated windscreen and electric windows. Even the original stereo is present. The car is reported to drive well with its 4.2 V8 mated to an automatic gearbox. The air suspension appears to work as it should and the only item reported not to be working is the cruise control. It appears to have done just 15,000 miles since 2006 when digital MOT history began.
The car is offered for sale with two keys and current registration document. The sale also includes some service history from its current ownership where all recent work has been carried out by local Land Rover specialists Harford’s 4x4. The car was previously on the private registration E4 GDS.
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