1994 Land Rover Range Rover County LWB 4dr SUV AWD
Cars like this actually make you
appreciate how cars depreciate. Old
Rovers are cheap because repairs are
not. The last owner provided the
service records and it included many
$500 to $1000+ repairs. I paid $2000
in repairs the first month of
ownership. However, it's always fun
to drive. Things like the horn on the
end of the left column lever and
clumsy clam shell engine hood remind
you that it's not a Honda Accord. Gas
mileage is miserable for most cars in
the city. You can park creatively.
Door dings add to the rugged look.
I've had no other unexpected costs in
over a year. Avoid any ones with no
service history and look out for
25 year old exterior design. I love
the surprising urban utility. Age and
wear does not diminish snob appeal
I read this book, Range Rover, the
first generation by Taylor and
Dimbleby. Land Rover took an eternity
to make improvements suggested by
their customers when it was in
production. It seems futile to raise
any now and may actually take away
some of the classic Rover's appeal.
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