We are really pleased to be able offer for sale this incredibly unique piece of Land Rover history.
Not only is this one of the earliest Suffix A Range Rovers available, the history of the car is absolutely outstanding. Many period photos such as ELA in active service at Farnborough Air Show and a video of Charles Spencer King driving this vehicle whilst sharing his recollections of the inception of the now legendary Range Rover.
Chassis number 48 was the 3rd vehicle to leave the factory production line in 1970.
Finished in Sahara Dust, it was purchased by the UK government towards the end of August 1970 and sent to Wadham Stringer near Portsmouth for conversion to a rapid response medical vehicle, and used by the Ministry of Defence for many years on RAF bases around the country.
A very well known car in Land Rover circles….receiving a complete last nut and bolt restoration by the renowned Famous Four, this car is as good as it gets.
Ready to grace any collection, Concours lawn or be put into daily use this car has it all.
Noted in Range Rover First Generation: The Complete Story By James Taylor
Additional information can be found here….
We are proud to offer this investment grade Range Rover to the most sophisticated collector, investor or enthusiast who understands and appreciates the rarity of a Range Rover in this condition.
(We have another Suffix A in Tuscan Blue, 13 Jan 1971 also available should this one not be for you, same fully restored outstanding condition)
Full dealer facilities available on all of our cars.
Export and Finance arrangements / 12 months warranty available