1993 Range Rover 4.2 LSE Automatic. LPG Converted. Beluga Black with Barley leather upholstery. In June 1970, the Range Rover was introduced to the public, to much critical acclaim. It appeared that Rover had succeeded in their goal of a car equally capable both on and off road â€“ arguably, better than any four-wheel-drive vehicle of its era in both environments. With a top speed of 95 mph (153 km/h) and acceleration from a standstill to 60 mph (97 km/h) in less than 15 seconds, performance was stated as being better than many family saloon cars of its era, and off-road performance was good, owing to its long suspension travel and high ground clearance. This 4.2 long wheel base model was top of the range in 1993 with a long list of luxury standard features. The Range Rover also benefits from an LPG conversion which makes this thirsty V8 more economical to run. The bodywork is in very good order with very good paintwork, the wheels have been recently refurbished and the leather upholstery still in super condition with no rips or tears. The all important service book is still present with some earlier stamps and the owners handbook still in the car. The car drives just as it should with a strong V8 engine and a smooth changing automatic gearbox, the transition from petrol to LPG is effortless and operated by the flick of a switch. Good Classic model Range Rovers are now rising in price and becoming harder to find so we think this car is worth a look. A fresh MOT will be applied. Absolutely any inspection is welcome. Viewing is highly recommended. All major debit and credit cards accepted. Please contact us for any further information. Delivery can be arranged.