Would you buy a 132-horsepower vehicle from the 1970s for $170,000? Now's your chance.

Land Rover Classic is now offering the second series in its line of Reborn classics. The first was the Land Rover Series 1, and now its the first-generation Range Rover. Only 10 of these vehicles will be restored by the factory team at Land Rover Classic and they will all be 1978 models.

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The vehicles come complete with the Buick-derived 3.5-liter V-8 and its 132 British-American horses and 186 pound-feet of torque. They also get a 4-speed manual transmission and a lockable center differential. Land Rover Classic Shows the vehicle in Bahama Gold paint, but we're guessing you can get any color you want for your six figures.

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The vehicles will be restored according to original specs, but the restoration team will advise customers on the best options to add. That $170,000 price tag (£135,000 in the U.K.) is just for starters.

These vehicles are all two-door models as that was all that was offered from the start of production in 1970 up until 1981 when a four-door was added. The first generation continued all the way until 1996.

Land Rover Classic is aiming these vehicles at British buyers, so they will all be right-hand drive. Interested U.S. buyers can inquire at [email protected] or call +44(0)203-601-1255. U.S. buyers will have to live with the right-hard drive and deal with import and customs, but JLR Classics can help link them with a transport company.

JLR Classics will also restore owners' vintage Jaguars and Land Rovers, for those so interested.


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