(SOLD) Built 1992 Range Rover Classic SWB


New member
$12,000, located in Albany, Oregon.

191,580 Miles

Engine: Generation II 4.6L Pursuit from East Coast Rovers installed in 2001 at 118,500 miles. Mean Green 220 amp alternator with serpentine belt conversion installed in 2011.

Transmission: Stock 4-Speed Auto

Transfer Case: LT230 1.4:1, with Maxi Drive 4.3:1 Reduction Gears installed new in 2001 at 118,000 miles

Suspension: Safari Gard JEK Stage 3

Axles: RoverTracks Front Drive Shafts and CVs, Rover Tracks HD Rear Axles, 3.54 Gears, Front and Rear ARB Air Lockers.

Wheels & Tires: 315/75R16 BFG KM2 on Pro Comp 8069

Other modifications: Warn XD 9000i Winch with accessory kit, Safari Gard front and rear bumpers with custom swing-away tire carrier, full skid plates, Safari Gard rock sliders and diff guards, RockWare exhaust and cat/t-case/frame slider skid plates, Rock Ware HD drag link, Rover Tracks tie rod and front driveshaft yoke protector, genuine Land Rover rear lamp guards, dog guard, CB Radio, 9.75” LightForce lamps, interior mounted Hi-Lift jack, and Mantec Snorkel.

Alpine detachable face AM/FM/Tape deck with 6 disc CD changer plays through six Infinity speakers and a 8” sub-woofer. Sound-proofing added throughout the vehicle.

Dual battery kit with rear mounted second battery installed in 2011.

Rust mitigation was professionally completed in 2013. A new heated windshield and new rear window with aluminum trim from Rovers North was installed in 2018.

Fresh oil change and bumper to bumper detail in July 2021.

The Bad: The windshield wiper fluid dash light is on. Rear battery needs replacement. Dents on rear passenger side panel and dent on front driver side panel. Center cubby box is broken, headliner is sagging in a few places, the A/C needs to be recharged, I don’t think the cruise control works, and the synthetic winch line is faded and probably needs replaced.

All service records are available from 1998 to present.

Overall, the vehicle drives great and will make a great off-road vehicle. The suspension might be a bit too soft if you want to put on a roof tent or carry a lot of weight, but it could make a great overland vehicle with some minor changes.

I am currently living and working overseas and the vehicle is with my family in Oregon. I am happy to answer any questions and put you in contact with them for a viewing/test drive.

EDIT: Price


Last edited:


New member
I totally understand. If you ever decide to lower the price I would be willing to go to $10,000.
Thanks again.

Forum statistics

Latest member