1972 Range Rover Shooting Brake

Despite its luxury leanings, Rover had no intention of softening the Range Rover's utility. Rover built six prototype Range Rovers on a stretched chassis with the intention of making the SUV better suited to use as an ambulance. Chassis number 355-04063A pictured here was completed as a step-roof ambulance in 1972 and kept by Rover's Special Projects as a demonstrator. The Range Rover was sold in 1973 to St John's Ambulance Brigade, where it remained for 44 years. The current owner purchased it in 2017 and embarked on converting it to an eight-passenger shooting brake configuration. This significant piece of Rover history will go to auction at the Goodwood Revival in September 2021.

Your crate × Close

Free shipping over $200 in the U.S.
International rates at checkout. We're proud to offer a discount to Military, Nurses, and First Responders.