|September 17, 2018 10:54 am||$8,600||OscarAguilera||Auto|
|September 17, 2018 10:54 am||$8,500||cyrjm|
|September 17, 2018 10:49 am||$8,400||OscarAguilera||Auto|
|September 17, 2018 10:49 am||$8,300||cyrjm|
|September 14, 2018 7:53 pm||$8,200||OscarAguilera|
|September 14, 2018 8:59 am||$8,100||cyrjm|
|September 13, 2018 9:36 am||$8,000||nespo|
|September 12, 2018 9:21 am||$7,500||Disco|
|September 11, 2018 9:19 pm||$7,000||OscarAguilera|
|September 11, 2018 8:10 am||Auction started|
The Hunter Edition was a very limited run for the 1991 model year, introduced as a lower cost no-frills alternative to the escalating price tag seen on the “normal” Range Rover Classic of the time. The Hunter invoiced about $7500 less and lacked all of those luxury items that would later become owner headaches like ABS brakes, power seats, sway bars, and most importantly…no sunroof. Outside they came in one of four colors, Alpine White, Eastnor Green, Arran Beige, or Portofino Red.
A total of 405 Hunters were sold in all, so it wasn’t very popular with the typical Range Rover buying crowd. Many of them sat on dealers’ lots so long that they were upgraded with regular Range Rover parts to make them more attractive to buyers. It’s decisions like that, that make these trucks so popular among enthusiasts today.
Second Daily is proud to present for auction one of the 405 Hunters sold. It is finished in Eastnor Green over the Brogue Brown cloth manual adjusting seats. Power comes from the standard 3.9L fuel injected V8 mated to a 4-speed automatic transmission. It wears the proper tri-spoke 16″ wheels and appears to be in all-original condition with 186k miles ticked away since new…that’s 6900 miles per year if you’re doing mental math. The seller reports the frame to be in excellent condition, with only a few small rust spots on the floor and lift gate and a prior repair was made to the driver side floor pan. The seller has included over 100 high-resolution photos and a long list of items replaced over his 3 years of ownership. The seller, being one of those enthusiasts, has done an excellent job providing pictures throughout and very detailed written descriptions of his observations. Rather than view them as problem areas, respect them as an honest representation from someone who knows these trucks and has full disclosure of the items listed.
This one ships from Pennsylvania with a clean clear title. Second Daily will cover up to $200 of the cost of a pre-purchase inspection (PPI) if you order one and then go on to purchase the car. So bid with confidence knowing we’ve got you covered. You must make arrangements prior to auction close and successfully win the auction to receive the $200 credit.
The Eastnor Green paint is believed to be all original and looks to be great overall shape. It retains its factory badging and lettering, and the clear coat shows no signs of pulling away. The pictures show a few bumps and scratches this Classic has endured over the past 27 years, nothing of any unusual note or concern. The right rear panel has a scratch. The rear D-pillar vinyl has some small tears. The lift gate looks to be in good shape. A tell-tale sign of goodness is all 4 mudflaps are still intact. Might seem silly, but Rover enthusiasts know what this means. The sellers notes the driver side front floor seam had a rust repair, minor rust present at passenger side front floor seam, driver and passenger side rear floor and rocker, and minor rust present at the lift gate. All exterior lights, indicators, and horn function correctly. New tires were recently added, as was a 1″ Old Man Emu coil spring lift.
The interior is very clean and seemingly all original. The brown cloth interior shows well for its age, and the headliner and wood trim were recently replaced. The dashboard, gauge cluster, and center console are all complete and intact. The upper right dash has a crack in the plastic. Heat blows well while the wipers, lights, signals, and gauges all work exactly as they should. The seller upgraded the heat system with an Atlantic British blower motor kit, resistor pack, heater core, and changed out all pipes. The stereo is not installed, but a factory unit with code is available. Seller reports the cruise control and rear defroster are inoperable, the A/C belt will squeal on occasion. The OEM bottle jack is still present. There are no reported illuminated dash warning lights, no squeaks, rattles or other annoying noises says the seller.
The seller reports the tailpipe will need to be replaced, the steering box has the typical Rover leaks, as do the swivel balls and some minor engine oil leaks. The washer fluid reservoir also has a small leak. The following maintenance report was provided by the seller:
Spring of 2016:
- Drained and replaced transmission, transfer case, differential, and swivel ball oils.
- Replaced front axle CV joints
- Replaced rear differential pinion seal
- Replaced water pump
- Performed general tune-up:
- Replaced spark plugs, wires, and coil
- Replaced all belts
- Replaced windshield
Summer/ Fall of 2016:
- Replaced all suspension bushings with OEM rubber
- Replaced all shocks
- Installed OME 1” coil springs
- Replaced all steering ball joints
- Replaced power steering hoses
- Installed oversized tires
Spring/ Summer 2017:
- Replaced all prop shaft u-joints
- Replaced all wheel bearings and seals
- Refreshed brake system
- Replaced all rotors, pads, and calipers
- Drained and replaced brake fluid
- Upgraded heating system
- Installed Atlantic British heater motor kit, resistor pack, heater core, and all pipes
Spring/ Summer 2018:
- Repaired A/C system
- Replaced drier; evacuated and charged system
- System had previously been converted to R134
- Replaced interior wood trim
- Recovered headliner
Oil changes at 3k mile intervals. 15w40 in summer, 10w30 in winter.
Swivel balls topped off at oil changes. 80w90.
Power steering topped off at refuel. App. 8oz every 300 miles
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