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For sale: The 1979 Range Rover Classic, which was used by Prince Charles, inset.
Items to be auctioned include a mint-condition Range Rover classic, a Mercedes SLK55 AMG roadster, and a pair of secure mobile phones -- used, ironically, by oil and gas executives to prevent government and illicit eavesdropping -- as well as new Imperial Cipher PDA mobile phones, images from the Siberia Rally art collection, and limited access to a special internet exhibition (http://www.
1996 Production of the first generation Range Rover Classic ceased, after total production of 317,615 units.
The 1979 Range Rover Classic comes complete with a special mascot motif, featuring a gun dog with a pheasant in its mouth.
Production of the first generation Range Rover Classic stopped, after total production of 317,615 units.
Four "problem" vehicles awaited the finalists in the Land Rover University campus's service bays: a 1995 Range Rover Classic and three 2001 model year Land Rovers including two Discovery Series IIs and one Range Rover.
Rover is to recall 15,700 Range Rover Classic and Land Rover Discovery vehicles because of a fault with airbags.
Just a few months later, the New Range Rover made its appearance and the old one was renamed the Range Rover Classic.