It's a shame but it's just not getting used enough. Anyone interested in my 1983 Range Rover 4-door auto? MOT'd yesterday. Looking for something around the £15k mark Blurb below; I bought this car in 2012 as a scruffy but solid and honest car and have upgraded its condition since. The car is a silver 4 door auto, originally supplied with the factory 'A pack' options - metallic paint, wood door caps, rear head restraints, luggage bay carpeting and a blaupunkt radio cassette - but with standard Rostyle style wheels and no airconditioning. At some point prior to my ownership, the car has been fitted with a replacement engine. Although I do not know for certain, the fact that it is painted in green hammerite suggests that it was an new surplus MOD unit. Talking to an owner previous to the one from whom I bought the car, the Chrysler Torqueflite gearbox has also been overhauled, although I have no documentation to support this. Since buying the car, I have had the following work carried out; Fitment of a new power steering rack Full suspension re-build Replacement of outer cills Replacement of both rear door-shuts/wheel arches Fitment of a new replacement headlining Fitment of a good quality replacement roof panel (replacing the original butchered by a 1980s after-market pop-up sunroof) Fabrication and fitment of new quarterlight frames Full inspection of the chassis and body tub with any remedial work undertaken Full cleaning, painting and waxoyling of the chassis and body tub Fitment of a new OEM towing kit Restoration of all bodywork including a full re-paint in the original colour All work, except the power steering rack, has been carried out by Churchill 4x4, who have recently fully serviced the car and undertaken a number of minor maintenance tasks. The car is MOt'd until December of next year. The interior of the car is complete, original and in good overall condition. The 'teddy bear' interior is complete and clean. There is a small 2 sq cm patch of carpet missing in the rear off side foot well and the timber door cappings would benefit from revarnishing The body work remains in very good condition, having been refurbished three years ago, although there are a small number of localised blemishes here and there, this being a car that is neat, tidy and useable rather than a show-car. For what it is worth, the current odometer reading is 23,948. The reason why I am selling is because, with a busy life and other classic cars, I am simply not finding the time to use it.