A few years ago this blue two-door 1990 range rover classic Classic came to the attention of restoration specialist Legacy Overland. The owner had big plans for his vehicle, and he was looking to have it completely restored into its former glory.
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During the restoration process, the restoration specialist was able to restore the blue Range Rover Classic back to its original factory condition. During this process, Legacy Overland also replaced the engine, reconditioned the transmission and refurbished all of the body panels.
The vehicle is now finished in metallic Jade Dark Green and rides on original restored five-spoke Range Rover alloy wheels. Inside the cabin, this restomod features a ten-speaker Sony DAB radio with a JBL 600W amplifier and two dash-mounted tweeters.
In addition, the car has a tow bar, Monroe heavy duty shocks and springs, a louder horn and high-power headlamps and fog lamps. A new air conditioning system was installed as well.
This vehicle has a V8 engine and a 4L85e automatic transmission. This makes it a wild, one of a kind restomod.
There are a few things you should look for on this vehicle, including:
When acquiring a vintage Land Rover, it is important to know its history and make sure the car has been regularly serviced. It is also important to check the vehicle for any mechanical faults, especially those that affect the performance.
A good mechanical check involves a detailed inspection of the front and rear wheel arches, door-pillar bottoms, and footwells. It is also important to inspect the tailgate lower edges for corrosion, and under the windscreen rubber seal for paint blistering.