The Classic Sale At Silverstone Festival 25th - 27th August 2023

The Classic Sale at Silverstone Festival 2023 Cars 232 Registration: UMY 456X Chassis No.: HABV2AA116508 Estimate: £25,000 - £35,000 Specialist: Harry Whale Telephone No: 07919 887374 Lot 710 1981 Range Rover Two Door Classic The no-nonsense Land Rover was an unashamed agricultural workhorse and, though fully roadable, was never intended to cosset its occupants. Therefore, from day one, there lay scope for the production of a sibling that combined the Landie’s much vaunted off-road prowess with a greater degree of on-road chic and comfort. Though various such plans were mooted in the 1950s, it was the emergence of the SUV market in America a decade later that finally convinced Rover to create such a model. Spen King famously oversaw the 100 inch Station Wagon project that was finally revealed to the world as the Range Rover in 1970 - a David Bache design that created a whole new genre of go-anywhere vehicles, which remains in full bloom today. This two-door Classicr was sourced locally from a private individual by its current Land Rover enthusiast owner back in 2011. It was first registered in the UK on 20th May 1982 as UMY 456X and has an indicated mileage (unwarranted) of 23,870. Preserving its authenticity, the vehicle maintains its original Lincoln Green paintwork that has been enhanced in places but would benefit from some attention here and there. The bumpers have been powder- coated and the wheels recently repainted. The engine has been refreshed and serviced, and a new battery ensures it’s ready to hit the road. The car is accompanied by its V5C Registration Documents, a small history file, parts catalogue, maintenance manual and a small tool kit with some additional original factory tools. A handsome Classic that is eminently useable on a daily basis and it wouldn’t take much to take it to the next level. The ubiquitous Range Rover Two Door Classic in an evocative period hue and ready to go.. More Details Lot 710 Bid On Lot 710