1994 Land Rover Range Rover

Technical specifications of Land Rover Range Rover 1994

Price: US $18,500.00
Condition: Used
Item location: Bel Air, Maryland, United States
Make: Land Rover
Model: Range Rover
Year: 1994
Mileage: 133,500
VIN: SALHC1346RA641314
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Car description

Having been a Certified Land Rover Master Technician for a little over 23 years I have owned many Classics and Discoverys. Out of all of them this is the one I kept; it is simply a beautiful truck and always has been.

I am the third owner but have serviced the truck since its delivery in early 1994. The original owner only had it for about 24K and traded up for the New Range Rover 1995 4.0. I bought the truck from the second owner in 2004 with 109K. Both of the previous owners not only followed the factory recommended services but took our advice and did oil services in between. Since I have owned the truck every 3k it gets oil and filter change, transmission drain and refill, brake flush as standard plus any other things I see need attention. I work at the dealership so it is cheap and easy for me to do this.

Last spring much much work was done to get ready for the Carlisle Range Rover Birthday Bash hosted by Alloy + Grit Magazine. In the process it received a little too much to list here. I will try to cover the highlights:



Aluminum Radiator

Front Axle Service Re-seal

All New Coolant Hoses

Rear Axle Rebuild

Engine Mounts

Freshly Painted Old Man Emu Springs

Oil Cooler Lines

Front Quad Shock Set Up

Trans Cooler Lines

Trailing Arm Triangle Bushings

Bosch Alternator

Heavy Duty Urethane Bump Stops

Water Pump

Freshly Coated Brake Calipers

All New Belts

New Raybestos Brake Pads

Hood Release Cable

Stainless Brake Flex Hoses

A/C Receiver/Dryer

New Brake Lines Modulator Back

Fresh A/C charge of R12

Band New BFG AT KO2 Tires

Spark Plugs

Ignition Module

Valve Cover Gaskets

Timing Cover Gasket

Timing Cover Seal

Oil Pump Re-seal

Oil Pan Re-seal

You see what I mean? It just gets ridiculous. The really big nice things on the truck are:

Custom front shock set up with all factory parts, as long as I have been doing this and as may trucks as I have serviced and looked at I have never seen anybody else do this. When you convert the Classic from air to coil springs it opens up the hole at the top of the spring tower / perch. Discovery shock towers bolt right up to the existing holes in the frame and you just hang another pair of Disco shocks. All 6 of mine are Bilstein.

Stainless Steel exhaust headers and full stainless exhausts system with polished muffler, all Falcon Exhaust from the UK. The headers really brought the 4.2 alive at highway speeds. I have the original Y pipe and cats but the driver side cat has the “death rattle “ at times.

The modern Aluminum radiator. It fit like a dream and cools better than the old OEM. Plus you do not have to worry about it rotting out.

The 4.2 Liter engine. This thing was built back when men where men and Rovers where Rovers. It is the original engine and has never had the heads off. 1994 was the last year for three rows of real head bolts and MLS ( S for “steel”) head gaskets. This was a beautiful, bullet proof set up that I have very rarely seen fail.
Rover V8s did not start their dismal head gasket issues until 1995 when they started the stretchy bold and composite head gasket BS.

The interior is bone stock OG but, still in very nice condition. The limo size second row looks like nobody every sat in it. The headliner was recovered years ago at 118K. The 1994 dash, in my humble opinion is definitively more Euro / British and therefore way cooler than the 1995 “soft dash” that everyone talks of.

The cargo area is super clean, very minimal wear. The cargo cover is only about ½ as old as the truck, I got a new one years back so, it is not only present, it is in really nice condition.

The New BF Goodrich All Terrain A/T KO2s are bad ass and there are 4 Brand New Ones mounted to Discovery wheels. The Disco wheels are wider and provide a bigger foot print.

There has been a notable amount of spares for the truck gathered over the years that go with.

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