A classic Range Rover with a four digit plate is an almost regal way to cover ground, and that’s particularly fitting when you consider this one was parked at Bath’s stunning Royal Crescent.
It looks to me like this 90,000 mile car has been subject to at least a light restoration already, but the results are lovely.
I’ve always thought you can tell a lot about its car from its tyres, and with that in mind, the four recent Michelins on this car show the owner doesn’t scrimp. Four genuine mud flaps and original etched glass all round further confirm this car’s apparent pampered lifestyle.
The modern ones just don’t come close.
|Registration Number:||89 UP|
|Model:||Range Rover Classic|
|First registered (UK):||10th May 1990|