A beautiful, sleek 1995 Range Rover Classic 25th Anniversary Edition has appeared in cars and bids as the latest example of first generation models. The limited-edition special was unveiled in 1994 to mark the 25th anniversary of the Range Rover nameplate, the debut of a more modern second generation the same year.
This particular example combines a black-finished 16-inch alloy wheel with an aspen silver metallic exterior shade and a real wood trim with an ash gray interior. It features an aftermarket TWR body kit with a modern-style body-color bumper that proves that Range Rover’s timeless appearance has not changed so much in history. The previous owner also recovered a set of LED headlights.
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The car was recently recovered by Vermont’s Cunnington Service. It appears to be in good condition for its age and mileage, although a closer look revealed a few cracks and chips and some rust on the internal wear and tear of the body.
Since 1995, the factory has included dual-zone climate control, heated and power-adjustable front seats, dual front airbags, electric windows, cruise control and a power sunroof. Unfortunately, seat heaters and cruise controls do not work as described in the list. Also, the previous owner added a Sony RSX-GS9 high-resolution audio media receiver, an aftermarket subwoofer at the boot, and a rear-view camera mirror.
The Range Rover Classic 25th Anniversary Edition originally came with a rover-sourced 5.0-liter V8 that was paired with a four-speed ZF transmission, but was recently shown in a replacement engine and a 4.2-liter V8. The chassis has 162,300 miles (261,197 km) but the powertrain has about 10,000 miles (16,093 km). Other mechanical modifications include coil spring suspension, congleton cooling material and an NRP performance stainless steel exhaust.
The Range Rover has not been involved in an accident since its inception and has spent most of its time in California and Texas, according to the car’s Carfax History report. The ongoing auction received a few bids at the time of writing, currently a maximum of 12 12,000. How much would you pay for the most up-to-date version of this classic SUV?