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Often referred to as the "Soft Dash" Range Rover Classic, this model was the first year with airbags, but the last year for the sought-after boxy design and circle headlights. The LWB stands for Long Wheelbase, which basically means the backseat legroom is King-level. As it's still known today, this SUV was not only as capable as anything offroad with full-time 4WD, it also sat atop the luxury heap — hell, it was the luxury heap 20 years ago. Powered by a 4.2L V8, the LWB Range we acquired is sporting an Avalon Blue exterior, leather everywhere, burled walnut throughout, power everything, and a Harman Kardon sound sytem. When looking for your own, just know you'll probably have to replace the air suspension and a drooping headliner. But also know you'll have the most vintage-looking SUV to ever come with a safety restraint system. Handsome, but safe. Just like what your mom saw in your dad.
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