Land-Rover/Range Rover 1949-2003 - 2018 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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Land-Rover/Range Rover 1949-2003

Land-Rover/Range Rover 1949-2003 - 2018 Market Review
Land Rover 90 Country station wagon

Who would have thought back in the 1990s when a near-perfect 1972 Range Rover could be knocked down for $5200 that similar vehicles today could have international collectors paying $100,000+. Also on the way up are very early Land-Rovers that will bring more than $70,000.

Once away from the investor end of the market, usable Landies and Rangies come at much more palatable money.

110 Perenties straight from Army disposal auctions and showing minimal kilometres cost less than $25,000 and good Series IIIs are half that amount.

Towing the boat while lounging in the luxury of an older-model HSE Range Rover will cost less than $15,000.

Series I $13,145 [11]

Series II/III $9580 [29]

110/Defender 1988-99 $17,225 [21]

Range Rover 1972-84 $16,490 [6]

Range Rover 1985-94 $11,410 [22]

Range-Rover/HSE 1995-03 $10,410 [21]

[*] = number of recorded sales

(Note: concours & special cars may demand more.)

Numbers from our 2018 Euro & Brit Car Value Guide.


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