1995 Range Rover County LWB (Range Rover Classic)

1995 Land Rover Range Rover

Land Rover Range Rover 1995 technical specifications

Condition: Used
Item location: Austin, Texas, United States
Make: Land Rover
Model: Range Rover
Type: SUV
Trim: County LWB Sport Utility 4-Door
Year: 1995
Mileage: 165,347
VIN: SALHF1340SA651897
Color: Epsom Green
Engine size: 4.2L 4200CC V8 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated
Number of cylinders: 8
Power options: Power Mirrors, Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: 4WD
Interior color: Tan
Safety options: Driver Airbag, Passenger Airbag
Options: Heated Seats, Automatic Rear-View Mirror, 4-Wheel Drive, Cassette Player, CD Player, Leather Seats, Sunroof
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Congleton Service is proud to present this beautiful example of a 1995 Range Rover Classic.Notice: Additional HD photographs are available on the Congleton ServiceFacebook page!

Congleton Service bought this car for refurbishment out of California to avoid the corrosion issues that have really wreaked havoc on models residing on the east coast. I have only been sourcing low ambient humidity cars– this is a good example of such. The previous owner and his son had meticulously maintained this vehicle and have provided me with extensive logs of about $15,500 in work over the span of its life. I bought the vehicle about ten months ago and had it shipped back to Vermont forrefurbishment. I knew as soon as the transporter showed up, hat I had made a good purchase– no corrosion on the floors (outside or inside), traight bodywork, nd a well-kept interior.
The first move after the initial road test and inspection, as the transmission replacement that she desperately needed. The transmission had been slipping pretty badly, ccording to the previous owner, o I installed one of our own rebuilt units. The transmissions my company offers are all dyno tested, enuine Land Rover units, ith genuine internals and are complete with brand new kickdown cables. During the transmission service we resealed the Y-pipe and installed a NRP rear exhaust. While the transmission was out, also changed the rear main seal, nd resealed the oil sump and the new front cover. This is an often neglected servicebecause it is very a very labor intensive job.While installing the new front cover, e replaced the timing chain and gears. In addition, cleaned the block, hanged the oil cooler lines, nd cleaned all matingsurfaces. Because of our work, he engine has been completely resealed. I always allow 24 hours for new seals to cure, practice which has proven itself in preventing future leaks. While underneath the car, e also putAMSOILin the Borg Warner transfer box, ust to keep it happy.
After the transmission service, went through the engine service history to see what had been done, side from the heads which had shown in the records to have been recently replaced. The previous owner absorbed the cost of the head gasket service, nd lost interest in the vehicle when the transmission blew out, hortly thereafter.
This vehicle has been professionally repainted in a two-stageEpsom Green at our satellite facility.To paint any vehicle properly, t needs to be fully stripped.All lights come out, ront skirt and bumper, ear skirt and bumper, ide sills, ight clusters, ear lift gate, tc. After paintwork, e allowed it to harden for one week beforewet sanding and finally bringing the vehicle back to our main facility. We are very proud of this paint job. The photographs are very impressive, ut we still believe they don’t do enough justice. The vehicle is then Waxoyled in all cavities (both interior and exterior). The job is then inspected professionally to ensure the vehicle will be protected for years to come.
For the interior, o detail was spared. A new headliner, icer (used) rear seats, nd front seats reupholstered in new leather ($2800) were installed. The doors were each individually restored from the door cards to the linkages within. All moving parts have been lubricated. At this time I also stripped the interior carpeting out and sent it away to be professionally shampooed. I also installed a new transition strip from the rear loadspace to the lower tailgate. These are usually torn on most 1995 Classics. It was great to see no corrosion on the floors, howing that the truck really had led a moisture free life. After the floors were painted I installed a close cell membrane on the floors under the carpet (the factory membrane is open cell and traps water, ncouraging corrosion). Once the floors were set, rebuilt the interior, ixing and replacing any defects in the trim with parts from my donor cars. Generally, t takes four Rovers to make one Rover ready for a sale of this type.
In addition, e’ve installed new front flaps, ella lights, ainted the grille, nstalled a coolant overflow tank, ID ballasted xenon lights, ew fuel pump, ew alarm ECU, erformance engine ECU (of my own design), eplaced the steering wheel, nstalled new air filters, ew coolant hoses, ew water pump, nd a Roverville unit for the radio. I have also replaced the fuel overflow line to the tank as they have been cracking lately on all the rigs we’ve been seeing. To get squared away on the underbody, replaced the sway bar bushings and links, nstalled a Terrafirma steering damper, nd four new Bilstein shocks. All exterior hardware and light hardware is brand new.
After the refurbishment, he car was put through a two week trial period, n which I used it as a daily driver to get to and from work. Of course, only drover her on dry days, araging the car at night. During this trial period I began to punch the little things out in order to ensure a perfect driving experience. The car is nothing like it was when we picked her up ten months ago. We now have a beautiful vehicle with a strong engine and a smooth shifting transmission.
After refurbishing this Rover from front to back, e put the vehicle in storage for a month. Eventually we came to an agreement with a customer, ho was interested in buying the vehicle with some additional work. We outfitted the car with new seat heaters in all four seats, s well as installed our own Congleton Service ICEBOX radiator and remote oil cooler (a system designed to keep Land Rover engines 35-40% cooler than the problematic stock radiators, llowing owners to operate the air conditioning without fear of overheating), s well as new wood trim, nd a set of Land Rover TWR wheels (in place of black five-spoke wheels) upon request. When the new work was completed, he vehicle was shipped to Austin, exas where it is currently stored. The customer has recently decided that, hile he loves his own 1993 hard-dash Range Rover Classic and the luxuries of his diesel 2016 Range Rover, he 1995's unique soft dash (a trait available only on 1995 models in the USA) just wasn't for him. He has recently decided to re-list the car with us, service we offer through our vehicle sourcing program. We are very proud of the work we have done to get this vehicle into the shape it is in today, nd are excited to offer it to you for sale.
We, f course, re happy to answer any questions, nd can provide lots of additional photographs by request. My facility is Land Rovers only, nd we have been professionally restoring and rehabilitating Rovers for the past decade. For the first years of my career, ran the shop at Rovers North USA. To say I’m familiar with the Range Rover Classic platform is an understatement! Don’t hesitate to ask questions, ’m here to answer them.

For the best representation, he photos we chose for this ad are a mix between photos before and after the vehicle was modified for the current owner. (Photos of the vehicle with black wheels were taken at our facility in Vermont, hile photos of the vehicle with silver wheels were taken by the current owner in Texas). Additional, etailed photographs can be seen on the Congleton ServiceFacebook page.

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