For Sale: 2000 Range Rover (or goodbye old friend)


This was her new in 2000.

This was her new in 2000.

2000 Land Rover Range Rover 4.6 HSK
Kent Green / Lightstone Leather
80K Miles

The Good Parts

  • Original Owner (Ordered from Land Rover Eastside in 1999)
  • Service History at Land Rover Eastside and Biggs Eastside Automotive
  • J.A.M.E.S. Factory Navigation System
  • 6-Disk CD Changer
  • Extra wood interior option
  • Picnic Tables for rear seats
  • Moon roof
  • Deluxe alloy wheels
  • Rubber floor mats
  • Rubber loadspace mat
  • Grille Guard
  • Front and Rear Lamp Brush Guards
  • Towing Package
  • Warn Winch
  • Hella Driving Lights
  • Running boards
  • New (less than 1,000 miles) tires all around
  • Properly loved and used as a part time around town car and part time farm truck

The Bad Parts

  • Audio system is haunted
  • Door locks are haunted
  • One heater vent flap is stuck
  • One rear air shock has a slow leak
  • One headlight housing has a leaky seal
  • Driving lights not working
  • Dashboard information system not working (Yes, it IS British)


  • $4,500 to a home that will use her well
  • You can’t afford it to someone looking for a parts car
  • She’s available to view in Bellevue or Kirkland most days

Me or Mike Galos


Pictures of her now:














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