1990 Range Rover Classic


This stunning 1990 Range Rover Classic lives in Belgium for now, but if you buy it from Car Cave USA, they’ll handle everything to get it stateside and into your garage. It has high mileage at 252,541, but received a full body and mechanical refurbishment about 90,000 miles ago, and It’s for sale for $43,980, including all fees such as title, insurance, bonds, duties, taxes, and transportation.

Koop het! (That’s Dutch for buy it!)



As a company that works with tons of sellers and sees thousands upon thousands of listings every week, we really love when a seller is good at telling a story. Car Cave USA is one of those sellers, so we’ll let them tell you all about the Range Rover Classic, often called the RRC for short:

“The first-generation Range Rover was produced between 1969 and 1996. It was available only in a 2-door body until 1981. (Before then, 4-door models had been produced by specialist firms). Unlike other 4x4s such as the Jeep Wagoneer, the original Range Rover was not designed as a luxury vehicle. It was up-market compared to preceding Land Rover models, but the early Range Rovers had fairly basic, utilitarian, interiors with vinyl seats and plastic dashboards that were designed to be washed down with a hose. Convenience features such as power steering, carpeted floors, air conditioning, cloth/leather seats, and wooden interior trim were fitted later. 

The Range Rover was a body-on-frame design with a box section ladder type chassis, like the contemporary Series Land Rovers. The Range Rover used coil springs as opposed to leaf springs, permanent four-wheel drive, and four-wheel disc brakes. 

The Range Rover was originally powered by various Rover V8 engines and diesel engines. Originally, the Range Rover was fitted with a de-tuned 130 hp (97 kW) version of the Buick-derived Rover V8 engine. In 1984, the engine was fitted with Lucas fuel injection, boosting power to 155 hp (116 kW). The 3.5-liter engine was bored out to a displacement of 3.9 liters for the 1990 model year. 

The first generation was known as the Range Rover until almost the end of its production when Land Rover introduced the name Range Rover Classic to distinguish it from its successors.”

The Specs.

This RRC has had a full mechanical and body restoration largely back to stock at 167,770 miles (about 90,000 miles ago), and as you can see by the wonderful pictures Car Cave USA provided, is in amazing shape. The RRC came with a body that is mostly aluminum, but with a metal frame it was a bit rust prone–but not this one. It lived in a sunny climate, and it shows. 

Here are all the details:


  • 3.9 liter V8 engine
  • Lucas injection
  • ZF4 automatic gearbox
  • Power steering
  • Dual range transfer case
  • Power assisted 4-wheel disc brakes


  • Beige upholstery interior
  • Air conditioning
  • Power windows
  • Spare tire
  • Analog clock


  • Black paint
  • Color matched 16” three spoke wheels with silver lip
  • Fog lamps
  • Tinted windows

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