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Default WTB 95 RR County LWB

Looking to buy a 95 Range Rover County LWB in original condition with low mileage
Anyone have one or know of one for sale please let me know
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A 1993 RR LWB is for sale in my area. 100k miles. Appears to be all original.
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Default I know of a 95 rrc lwb

Hey, you still looking? If so, Whats your budget? I know of a 95 rrc lwb that was silver/grey on black interior(iirc) and a 93. 95 isn't actually posted for sale anywhere but is owned by the same guy local here as the 93 which is on eBay for sale currently. I do remember him saying the silver one needed some work do t remember what. Looked dent free, and interior looked almost perfect. The clear coat wasn't perfect on the hood though.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/292202856131
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The silver one was likely an Anniversary Edition or an Aspen Edition. Either would be rare and valuable Classics. There were only 250 Anniversary Editions offered and even fewer of the Aspen Edition. The Aspen Edition is named after the color, Aspen Silver. You can tell the difference between the two by the headrests. The Anniversary Edition headrests are embossed to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the Range Rover Classic.
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The silver one was likely an Anniversary Edition or an Aspen Edition. Either would be rare and valuable Classics. There were only 250 Anniversary Editions offered and even fewer of the Aspen Edition. The Aspen Edition is named after the color, Aspen Silver. You can tell the difference between the two by the headrests. The Anniversary Edition headrests are embossed to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the Range Rover Classic.

i do remember hearing it called aspen silver. Has dark interior. I'll have to look at the headrests and find out more about it. If anyone is interested, lmk and I can get him to send me pics, or go take pics in person.
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