The deep blue paint appears to be the original and all body panels look straight and corrosion free. The interior is worn from normal use, but free of tears with minor stains and scuff marks appearing on the foot pedals and floor mats. An aftermarket CD player replaces the factory radio. The dash plastic looks clean and crack free and the shifter boots look as if they are brand new. The driver’s door handle bezel is missing and there is some light scuffing on the panel. The seats transmission and windows are all manual, a rare triad these days. Believe it or not, the factory air conditioning is also functional.
After an extensive inspection, Dutch Safari completed all necessary maintenance including, but not limited to:
- Full fluid replacement service
- Cooling system flush
- New PAS box and Pitman arm
- New shock absorbers
- New battery
- Heavy duty battery cables and lugs
- New Blue Sea Systems battery disconnect switch
- Transfer case low end reseal
Overall, this vehicle appears to be in great condition. It’s ready to be driven as is, but would also make an a great candidate for a restoration. This rig is one of the few remaining clean, drivable classic Range Rovers. Sadly, they won’t be around for too much longer. This vehicle is listed at $20,000.
All images: Dutch Safari Company