The Range Rover was born in 1970, and the original series (retrospectively dubbed the “Classic” to distinguish it from its successors) quickly built an enviable reputation for excellent off-road capability while - almost paradoxically – delivering superb on-road luxury. The Classic ran right through until 1996, and its mechanical underpinnings also formed the basis for the first Land Rover Discovery. The success of the Range Rover worldwide led to a number of model extensions, and in 1992 the rare and exclusive LSE was launched. While the regular Range Rover sat on a 100-inch wheelbase, the LSE was extended to 108-inches – with the additional 8-inches entirely devoted to the benefit of rear seat passengers in the form of abundant legroom. This 1993 Range Rover Vogue LSE is finished in Plymouth Blue with a dark chocolate leather interior, and was delivered new by Solitaire Land Rover in Adelaide in September ’93. It is set apart from other Range Rover Classics currently being offered by two very important points of distinction: firstly by virtue of its very low 174,635km; and secondly because it is the much rarer LSE long-wheelbase. As the LSE was primarily intended as a flagship Range Rover for wealthy buyers in the home market and in the United States, it was lavishly equipped for the time. Features include electric/heated front seats (driver’s with memory), burr walnut timber trim, electric tilt/slide glass sunroof, power windows, central locking, cruise control, individually folding armrests for the front seats and the two outboard rear seats, a premium Eurovox radio/cassette and more. Naturally, there are also the trademark Land Rover capability hallmarks of a low-range transfer case, activated via the additional gear lever. This vehicle has been very well cared-for by its owner in South Australia, and still bears its delivery registration number VLX-756. It presents in excellent original condition, and it will appeal strongly to the Range Rover enthusiast or classic car collector for this reason and especially for its rarity. It came up to Sydney a few years ago and has been part of a collection since. As with most Range Rover Classics delivered here, this LSE is powered by the tried and tested Buick-derived Rover 3.9L V8 with permanent 4-wheel drive. The original self-levelling air suspension has been replaced with coil-overs and shocks, however it can be converted back to air suspension should the new owner wish down the track.
We are a boutique dealership and our warehouse is located just 15 minutes from the Sydney CBD. We pride ourselves on the quality of our cars. We are very passionate about cars and all our cars in stock have been checked by a specialist mechanic, we have years of experience, are MTA members, Car Club Members and are an agent for NSW Roads and Maritime Services, this means we can do the number plate transfer from your old vehicle to your new one including the transfer of registration in our office. We can also arrange interstate transport anywhere in Australia. Please contact one of our friendly staff with any enquiries and we look forward to hearing from you soon. We have on street parking and off-street parking available in our warehouse.