Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr The British Leyland introduced the Range Rover in 1970, the first ever Range Rover later called Range Rover Classic Um, that’s an old car for us here but a number of owners have restored it to the new Range Rover in the past. It is nor a Porsche used by any celebrity or an E-Type used by any Royal Highness, but the last claim might be exceptional because the royal family loves the Land Rovers and Range Rovers since its launch in 1940 and 1970s. Range Rover classic is a 4×4 mid-sized sports utility vehicle and is one of the highly customizable version which can easily be renovated and re-costumed, similarly, we have found a restored Range Rover engines in the UK. It is almost original outside and everything under the body, with a four-speed automatic Range Rover Classic gearbox P38 and a V8 engine, all fitted to Land Rover’s ladder frame chassis. As it is a restored version of the Range Rover classic, it has a reconditioned engine re-bored to 4.8 liters and a redesigned suspension system has been added. The steering wheel is quite a responsive unit with the excellent steering rack. The redesigned Range Rover classic is no more a classic after renovation because it gets LED lights, headlamps and many other features as most modern. One of the Range Rover classic lovers says that he loves buying this darling classic but hates to sell it again. This man has restored the vehicle and he basically hoards these vehicles and he already has more than 190 to 200 vehicles in his yard. How to restore? It is up to you that to what extent you wish to renovate or restore the vehicle but it is confirmed that it would go for the MOT anyway. If you are planning to bespoke restoration to create your own dream Range Rover, the world is really big for you. Add a massive engine to the vehicle, use an automatic ZF6HP gearbox and renovate the interior with most luxurious materials. You could have a supercharged SVR sports vehicle with a V8 engine. Add LED headlights and digital dials inside, with a built-in infotainment system to have a most modern Range Rover classic. What restoration found on Range Rover classic? The Range Rover classic, we have found has been re-engineered by a local engineering company. The company had a 3.9-liter version and rebored it to 4.8 liters and had a chassis rebuild, bodywork repairs and restorations, a massive paint job saw, interior trims were redesigned and most importantly, the suspension system was redesigned and fully reconditioned to deliver the same performance as the modern Range Rovers offer. The vehicle was fully overhauled from scratch and the majority of the parts were reconditioned to their best state. All the rusty patches were cut out and fabricated with the new patches. The body was separated from the ladder chassis to recondition all the parts underneath. The metal work has been done with the fine tooth comb and entire rust was removed. Every part was treated, sealed and painted to get the best available surface on the part. The attention to detail was achieved to get the best possible surface finish. It is always better to update the rusted surfaces than changing the parts with the New Range Rover ones. It is a surprising thing that the suspension system was considered special and added with a reconditioned ZF6hp automatic gearbox for better performance on the go. The reconditioners have added a 25mm anti-rolling bars as well. There are new springs and new dampers were added to the suspension. How it rides? The restored Range Rover classic rides much better than the most modern cars. It is because of the 235/70 R16 tyres and the cabin even looks better with thin A-pillars and it skews your perspective of riding the vehicle. The bonnet is lower to knee level and it has loads of lovely gadgets inside. It offers a curious driving position and an excellent seating squad to convert the comfort levels into the most modern experience. Although the Range Rover classic is an old vehicle and it was introduced more than 40 years ago but in the UK there are still Range Rover Classic gearboxes for sale and engines are also available to buy.