Found! - Range Rover Classic LWB Step-side runner (STC8160AA)

95RRCLWB

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Hoping someone has the Range Rover Classic LWB Step-side runner (STC8160AA) sitting around waiting on a new home. :)

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nosivad_bor

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I have a set I took off. They are somewhat rusty underneath, but still solid and complete. Here is a picture from this summer before I took them off.

I am in Pittsburgh, PA. Let me know if interested and I can take pictures tomorrow.
 

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nosivad_bor

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Damn...
That's a Rob Davison Classic.
Cleanest shit eve

thanks Peter , it’s pretty clean. The paint is fair, with a couple dings and fading…. call it a C+

but the interior is damn nice, all complete and working and I’m slowly refining anything that is aging, so it’s like A-

southern truck so chassis and general rust is fine. I’m not driving it in the winter to help keep it that way.

my only gripe is that is a LWB , I’d much prefer a SWB.
 

95RRCLWB

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Huntsville, AL
I'm looking for the complete kit. I've got 2 lil dudes and the 2"lift made it a little hard for them to get in and out. 🤦‍♂️

nosivad_bor and I are working out the details now on how to get them to me. It turns out that getting things like this shipped is harder than I would have thought.
 

Blueboy

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thanks Peter , it’s pretty clean. The paint is fair, with a couple dings and fading…. call it a C+

but the interior is damn nice, all complete and working and I’m slowly refining anything that is aging, so it’s like A-

southern truck so chassis and general rust is fine. I’m not driving it in the winter to help keep it that way.

my only gripe is that is a LWB , I’d much prefer a SWB.
Having a D1 and the LWB it is much easier loading the dog in the rear seat with the Rangie! He can just jump in vs me having to move the driver seat forward in the D1. And for sure much more room back there for him.
BTW nice looking Rangie! Need to get my A/C back in order yet like yours hibernating for the Winter.
 
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