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  Lot 345

1994 Range Rover LSE 4.2 LWB
Desirable factory LSE model

Estimated at £10,000 - £12,000

Lot details

Registration No: L706 YAM
Chassis No: SALLHBM33KA639857
MOT: November 2020

Motor Car Location: Lancashire

  • Rare and desirable factory LSE LWB model
  • Large collection of invoices and vast number of past MOT's
  • 7 former keepers from new

There was always scope to produce a vehicle that combined the no-nonsense Land Rover's off-road prowess with a greater degree of on-road chic and comfort. Though various plans were mooted in the 1950s, it was the emergence of the American SUV 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 as the Range Rover in 1970. The David Bache-penned newcomer was powered by the ubiquitous Rover V8 which was connected to a permanent four-wheel drive system for optimum traction.

This rare LSE LWB model offered the rear passengers an additional 20cm legroom. Powered by the 4.2 litre (4275cc) V8, reported to have produced 200hp at time of build. First UK registered in March 1994, following being produced that year it is finished in Blue, with Tan leather interior and light beige headlining. This Range Rover has a total of seven former keeper and 102,868 miles from new. ‘L706 YAM’ is offered with the spare key and looking wheel nut key, as well as full UK V5C, vast collection of past invoices and large number of past MOTs.

Vendor Condition Ratings:

Bodywork: 'Very Good'
Engine: 'Excellent'
Electrical Equipment: 'Very Good'
Paintwork: 'Very Good'
Gearbox: 'Excellent'
Interior Trim: 'Very Good'


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