1991 LAND ROVER RANGE ROVER ... 158,480 Original Miles GREAT DIVIDE EDITION 88 OUT OF 400 Engine : 8 Cyl, 3.9L Transmission : Auto Exterior : Alpine White Interior : Light Brown Body Style : SUV Vin : SALHV1249MA444576 This GDE Range Rover comes to us from Washington state, it has Automatic Transmission, Power Brakes, Leather / Power seats, Driving lights on special black painted aluminum bumper with integrated brush guard, headlight washers, Tail light guards, Power windows, Power door locks, Tape / AM / FM, Power Sunroof, Tow hitch, Cargo cover and Air Conditioning. Tires are mounted on 5 spokes painted smoke gray wheels. The car is all original with original paint and absolutely no rust anywhere on the car. Our mechanics performed full service on this truck, they changed the oil as well as replaced the headliner. This truck comes with many service records as you can see in Carfax report. It will be sold with a clear title and it will be sold as-is, where-is. ---History lesson --- Great Divide Edition (GDE): Price was $600 more than the County model. The Great Divide Edition was named after the August 1989 Great Divide Expedition, a 13 day, 1,123-mile trip along the Continental Divide sponsored by RRNA for the press. A limited edition of 400 were made according to press releases and only 400 have the numbered plaques in the door jambs. A total of 409 GDE models were built (the NAS parts manual lists all the VIN #s). The extra 9 GDEs were used for promotional purposes by RRNA. One of the 9 was loaned to the Death Valley Park Rangers for patrol duties and had the optional factory winch hidden under the front bumper, ranger decals, and a red and blue highway patrol style light bar on the roof. All were built in 1990 to 1990 (LA) model specs, and were Great Divide Editionsold in the summer of 1990 as 1991 models with 1991 (MA) VINs. All were painted Alpine white with Sorrell (light) brown leather interiors. They had a large round Great Divide sticker on the tailgate and a numbered brass plaque in the drivers door jamb. They all had rear lamp guards and a special black painted aluminum front bumper with integrated brush bar (some had dealer installed winches). They did not have the plastic front air dam with fog lights, but had the small plastic air deflector from the European Base and Turbo Diesel models. They were the first US Range Rovers with the 5 spoke wheels (painted smoke gray) that were originally designed as an option for the Discovery in Europe. Inside they were the only U.S. Range Rovers to have pebble dot perforated leather upholstery. They also had a sunroof, auto dim rear view mirror, and American walnut on the doors, dash and center console. The front page of the GDE owners manual had a sticker that says NOTE: This limited Production Range Rover has a special equipment package giving it unique character and appeal. Not all of the equipment described in the Owner's Manual is installed on the Great Divide Edition Vehicle. Specifically the references to the front spoiler, engine undertray, and fog lamps do not apply to this vehicle. The fog lamp switch and wiring is installed on the vehicle.