Land-Rover/Range Rover 1949-2003: Market Review 2019

By: Cliff Chambers

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Land-Rover/Range Rover 1949-2003

A couple of sales in the vicinity of $40,000 confirm that early Land-Rovers have admirers here as well as in the UK. Go a little later and Series II and III models with minimal collector appeal rarely reach $15,000.

Move into a 110 or ex-Army Defender and you’ve got yourself a classically styled but extremely competent off-roader for around $20,000.

The price gulf between very early and more recent Range Rovers is pronounced, with a couple of two-door Rangies offered at more than $50,000.

Later, bigger-engined Vogue and HSE versions offer practical buying and sell, despite their age difference, for very similar money.

Series I 1950-57 $27,940 [14] 

Series II/III $11,255 [27]

110/Defender 1988-99 $20,735 [27] 

Range Rover 1972-84 $46,700 [5]

Range Rover 1985-94 $13,600 [13] 

Range-Rover/Hse 1995-03 $13,560 [25]

[*] = number of recorded sales

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

Numbers from our 2019 European & British Value Guide.


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