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This is a popular replacement in a lot of Land Rover Defender and Range Rover Classic vehicles as replacements for whatever engine as fitted there in the first place - and I do mean whatever engine, be it a four-cylinder diesel or a romping, stomping petrol V8.
Ultimate Platinum Card won't buy your loved one a diamond ring, or a gold watch; it will however purchase for them an award-winning, custom Land Rover Defender or Range Rover Classic aglow with holiday twinkle and sure to impress.
The workshop is organised into strip-down, remanufacturing and assembly zones for the Land Rover Series 1, Range Rover Classic and Jaguar E-type Reborn restoration programmes, including an engine shop, and houses the Jaguar XKSS build line.
The workshop is organised into dedicated stripdown, remanufacturing and assembly zones for the Land Rover Series I, Range Rover Classic and Jaguar E-type Reborn restoration programmes, including an engine shop, and houses the Jaguar XKSS build line.
The oldest currently at the Land Rover Centre is a 1957 Series 1 canvashooded soft-top, worth PS25,000, while in the showroom there's a 1976 Range Rover Classic which has undergone a nut and bolt restoration over seven years.
The Land Rover Freelander, launched in 1997, has just been added to the company's list of heritage vehicles alongside the Series 1, II and III Defenders, the Range Rover Classic and Discovery 1s and 2s.
There was even a Range Rover Classic convertible in Octopussy.
Launched in 1994, replacing the Range Rover Classic, the second generation model has helped total Range Rover production reach almost 500,000 vehicles, and retained its predecessor's position as the leading offroad luxury vehicle.
For a time the old-style Range Rover stayed in production as well, marketed as the Range Rover Classic, only to be phased-out and completely replaced by the second generation Range Rover in 1996, having achieved total sales of nearly 320,000 units of the original Range Rover design.
Launched in 1994 to replace the Range Rover Classic, the second-generation model has helped total Range Rover production to reach almost 500,000 vehicles.
For sale: The 1979 Range Rover Classic, which was used by Prince Charles, inset.
1996 Production of the first generation Range Rover Classic ceased, after total production of 317,615 units.