Even though the Range Rover/Land Rover County or “Classic” as it is most commonly called has been around since 1970, we here in the US have not seen them readily available since the mid-1980's due to strict emissions and safety standards and lack of mass production needed for US markets. However, when they did become mainstream here in the US, they were an instant hit among the upper echelon. Never mind their off road capabilities which were nearly unmatched, these SUV's were being bought and driven by wealthy suburbanites. They had a lot of things going for them that had not been used before like using lightweight aluminum for the body work that proved to be beneficial in the Salty Mid-West. This particular Rover however did not have to worry about harsh Mid-West winters since it spent most of its lift in California and the Carolinas not making its way to Michigan until 2012. This nice color combination Rover had a major service performed at just over 85,000 miles that included full fluid flush including fuel system, cooling system and all oils. This also included drive belts and transmission service. Since then it has had routine maintenance and also a complete front and rear brake job with pads, rotors and calipers earlier this year. Although there are some cosmetic items and a few electrical issues including slow windows and moon roof issues, this is still a very solid platform that starts perfectly, shifts, brakes and goes down the road exactly how it should.