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Land Rover model range
Today, there is no shortage of well-used Series I, II, IIA and III Land Rovers in the market, and fully restored examples can command impressive prices, not least of which are the ‘Reborn’ vehicles restored in-house at Jaguar Land Rover.
With a plentiful supply of upgraded parts, custom components and trusted modifications to both the appearance and mechanicals, it is increasingly hard to find totally original examples of the 90/110 and Defender models. However, this is not to say that modifications have a negative impact on value. Indeed, well-known tuning companies such as Twisted, JE MotorWorks, Arkonik and Bowler produce vehicles or upgrades that are often highly sought-after.
Towards the end of the original Defender production, Land Rover released a number of special edition models, the most collectible of which are the Adventure, Heritage, and Autobiography variants (with the Adventure 90 and Autobiography even getting a modest power upgrade). While these three run-out versions are prized by collectors, the Works V8 70th Edition and Works V8 Trophy models attract even higher values in the secondary market.
With the new generation of Defender, this once strictly utilitarian workhorse was moved considerably upmarket, and limited variants such as the Bond Edition sell for six-figure sums.
An increasingly significant part of the Land Rover brand is Range Rover. While the very earliest ‘Classic’ models are sought-after by collectors, many well-maintained cars from later in the production run represent great value in the market. Its successors, the P38 and the L322, are the least expensive route into Range Rover ownership, though as with all generations, the running costs can be significant.
Land Rover sale highlights
Collecting Cars proudly holds auction world record prices for a number of Land Rover models, including the sales of delivery-mileage Defender 110 Heritage (£102,000) and Defender 90 Heritage (£72,500), a Defender 90 Autobiography (£75,000), and the Works V8 70th Edition (£146,000).
Usable Defenders with daily driver mileage can be very affordable, though among the most popular are vehicles with upgrades from respected tuners such as Bowler and Twisted. A 22,000-mile 90 XS Station Wagon with a host of performance modifications from Bowler was won with a bid of £40,000, while another Defender 90 with an 6.2-litre LS3 V8 conversion from Twisted was sold for £77,720.
Restored examples of the early Series models are also in demand. A meticulously rebuilt Series I ‘Reborn’ by Jaguar Land Rover achieved a winning bid of £78,500, while a sympathetically restored Series II 88” was sold in Australia for A$46,555. The interim models just prior to the Defender introduction are often ripe targets for upgrades, exemplified by the modernised 90 model with original 3.5-litre V8 sold in the Netherlands for €51,000.
It is not unusual to find Defenders in the car collections of famous names around the world, and Collecting Cars previously sold the upgraded Land Rover 90 owned by Jenson Button, which had been extensively customised including a 6.2 LS3 V8 engine (US$94,500).
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