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CL - 1993 Range Rover LWB Classic Sable Edition 87k miles - $35000

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Yep - you read that right 35k.

Looks like I better get the spit and polish on my sable eddition lwb😄

https://sfbay.craigs...5768041133.html


There's another restored as a CT replica on for 20k
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No way he'll get anything close to that...

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No way he'll get anything close to that...

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Nope.  But they are going up and it's touted as nearly perfect with all documents.  I wouldn't be surprised to see somebody get $20K for one.


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yikes i better go to LA and pick this 95 up and resale it.

 

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Nope. But they are going up and it's touted as nearly perfect with all documents. I wouldn't be surprised to see somebody get $20K for one.

Agreed. But even 20k is, in my opinion, a bit much considering paint issues and the fact that it doesn't look perfectly cream-puffy. A 35k Classic ought to be as close to assembly-line fresh as imaginable.

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I think he's trying to ride the defender price train with this one! I was thinking 10 to 15 max! (On a good day - with the wind in the right direction). - sure beats the 1500 I paid for mine.

Being the Bay Area with the amount of silly money floating around there right now - you never know.

Does look great though. Might have to save the pic's for a reference for mine.
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Agreed. But even 20k is, in my opinion, a bit much considering paint issues and the fact that it doesn't look perfectly cream-puffy. A 35k Classic ought to be as close to assembly-line fresh as imaginable.

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I don't know that he'd get 20K for that one, only that I wouldn't be surprised to see one bringing that kind of money before long.  I've seen others in that asking range in the last year or so though I don't know what they actually sold for if at all.


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