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RANGE ROVER REBORN

RANGE ROVER REBORN

THE ORIGINAL 70’S ICON IS BACK

BORN 1970. REBORN 2017.

In 1970 the introduction of the Range Rover changed everything. Never before had the luxury of an executive saloon been paired with such rugged off-road 4WD capability, giving birth to a global icon and a motoring phenomenon. And nearly fifty years on, Land Rover Classic is restoring Two-door Range Rovers to factory condition for future generations of collectors and enthusiasts to buy directly from Land Rover.

The First Range Rover Reborn.

THE FIRST RANGE ROVER REBORN

The first completed Range Rover Reborn project is a 1978 Bahama Gold two-door, sourced from the UK and lovingly restored to its original factory specification by an expert team dedicated to preserving the vehicle’s complete authenticity.

Using only Land Rover Classic Parts and original components, the vehicle – chassis number SAL41977 - underwent its complete restoration at Land Rover Classic’s West Midlands HQ, and was part of Range Rover Reborn’s official launch at Salon Retromobile 2017 in Paris in February.

Range Rover Reborn underscores our commitment to the classic model range, and is a rare opportunity for customers to own a valuable and genuinely collectible automotive icon.

Tim Hannig

OWN A PART OF HISTORY

If you’d like to know more about Range Rover Reborn, please email the team at classic@jaguarlandrover.com and we’ll be only too pleased to answer your questions.

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