Finished in Brooklands Green over Saddle leather, this 1994 Land Rover Range Rover County Long Wheelbase (LWB) shows just 112,773 original miles at the time of consignment. Originally a California truck, this Range Rover’s original paint, body, and upholstery are in impeccable condition. Motive power comes from a 4.2-liter V8 backed by a 4-speed automatic gearbox. The desirable coil-suspension upgrade has been completed and the Carfax report details a long maintenance history at Land Rover Monterey in Seaside, California, including new brake rotors and pads along with regular fluid and filter changes. The Carfax also shows that the truck was brought to Florida by its second owner in 2017. Now offered on consignment by its third owner, this 1994 Range Rover County LWB comes with a clean Florida title, clean Carfax, and the original stereo head unit.
Finished in Brooklands Green, a color available only on 1994-1995 County LWB models of the Range Rover Classic, this example is devoid of the brush guards and roof racks so often seen on these first-generation models. A factory tow bar and mud flaps are present, and the original 16” wheels wear newer Sailun Terramax A/T tires. The body is in incredible condition, free of fade, rust, and any notable damage. Inside, the optional Saddle leather interior is complemented by Burr Walnut trim and tan carpeting throughout. This long wheelbase example is 8 inches longer than a standard Range Rover Classic, resulting in an expansive rear seating area. Standard features on the 1994 Range Rover County LWB include power steering, ABS, cruise control, and 8-way power heated front seats. The power windows, air conditioning, and sunroof are noted to be in good working order. The aftermarket sound system features an SWM M2 Bluetooth head unit with dual USB ports and an ADS subwoofer. In the photos, wear is noted on the dashboard and the walnut trim near the climate control vents.
The 1994 Land Rover Range Rover Classic County LWB is powered by a fuel-injected 4.2-liter Rover V8 producing 200 horsepower and 251 lb-ft of torque. Backed by a ZF 4-speed gearbox, a center-locking differential, and full-time four-wheel drive, this powerplant motivates the County LWB to 60 MPH in about 11 seconds. A previous owner converted the complex air suspension system to a conventional shock-and-spring setup found on other Range Rover models at the time. The four-wheel disc brakes were rehabilitated in 2008 with new rotors and pads as per the Carfax report.
At a Glance: 1994 Land Rover Range Rover Classic County LWB
Boasting its original paint and unmodified body – and having averaged just over 4,300 miles per year – this is one of the finest examples of a survivor Range Rover Classic.