Location: Barcelona, Spain

Chassis: SALLJGBF8JA025116

Registration No: B-0220-NH

Engine: 2.5L 200TDI Diesel

Transmission: Five-Speed Manual

Mileage: 56,000 Miles (Unverified)

Colour: White Savarin | Beige Interior

Left Hand Drive



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History of the Land Rover

The Land Rover Series range was launched in 1948 and the model, now known as the Defender, was launched in 1983 and the continuous run finished in January 2016, after 67 years. Land Rovers were inspired by the US-built Willys Jeep immediately after the war and by 1992 they claimed that 70% of all the vehicles they had ever built were still in use. The Defender and Series ranges have had unique international presence throughout the production run, having been exported, manufactured and produced under licence by a number of other manufacturers in a variety of markets, to include Australia, Southern and North Africa, Turkey, Brazil, Pakistan and Malaysia, to name just a few.  In 1993 Land Rover decided to take the plunge into the US market after their successful launch of the Range Rover brand in 1987 in order to offer an upmarket alternative to the Jeep Wrangler targeted at adventurous buyers. Land Rover finally had to retract their offering from the North American and Canadian markets in 1997 due to economic viability. The Defenders offered in the US during the 90’s had to be significantly modified in comparison to Land Rover’s other export markets. Subsequent federal safety regulation amendments finally withdrew the Defender from the US market entirely in 1997, with Land Rover throwing their attention towards upmarket Discovery and Range Rover models that were being built from the ground up.

The Car

This 1992 early two door Land Rover Discovery was originally delivered to Spain and registered on the 18/05/1992. The first owner had the car for two years until the end of 1994, subsequently it has had two further owners until the end of 2020. In summary, it's a highly original structurally sound truck that present in good all-round condition when considered its age and mileage and lack of underside corrosion.



Overall, the bodywork is factory original. There are a few small dents, however overall presents well. The car would benefit from some cosmetic attention, for example the front side passenger fender rubs against the door upon entry and exit to the vehicle.


The discovery carries most its original paint. The bodywork would benefit from some light attention, however overall it presents very nicely.


The car has a full set of 5 Discovery II factory Typhoon wheels that are all in good condition. They are shod in a matching set of 215/75 R16 Bridgestone H/T Duellers.


The front seats are in good condition, except from the damage on the left-hand side of the driver’s seat. The map pocket to the rear of the front seat is beginning to sag. Most importantly all the palomino plastic panels are still in place, and present in very good condition.  

The dashboard presents in good condition. The rear-view mirror is missing along with several speaker covers. The Air Conditioning also works well.


The car features the original discovery 1 two spoke steering wheel.



The engine runs very well, delivering power smoothly throughout the rev range.


The Discovery gear box is in good condition, the clutch is slipping a little during acceleration, it could benefit from some further investigation.


Structurally the vehicle is excellent having remained in Barcelona in south east of Spain all its life. The chassis and body mounts are all original and present in good condition with no evidence of corrosion or perishing rubber components. There is a surface rust patch on the back of the wheel well and rear cross member. The photos speak to themselves, the condition of the chassis and floors are in good condition.






The car is accompanied with its original Austin Rover Spanish technical inspection logbook that documents the car’s technical specification. The car’s last technical inspection (ITV) in Spain was in 2019. The vehicle also comes with an English translated Spanish DGT history report. A whole catalogue of photographs can be sent on request.


The vehicle is supplied with a Spanish export registration (Permiso de Circulación) ready for registration in buyers' chosen country, either EU or other.

The vehicle has an ITV (MOT) stamp certificate (Permiso de Circulación), and comes complete with a Spanish DGT History report certificate for proof of previous owners, mileage check and further history etc. We are happy to provide registration documentation and reports on request.

We are well acquainted with shipping Range Rovers and classic cars worldwide, with regular shipments to Dubai, Canada and the USA. Please don't hesitate to get in touch to discuss import costs, shipping costs, or for a recommended shipping agent in your location to assist with customs clearance.

For US buyers we can offer the following inclusive shipping and customs clearance package:

Port Delivery

  • Sea Fright by RoRo from Southampton, UK Port to East Coast US Ports.

  • Export Customs Clearance

  • US Import Clearance & ISF filing, DOT/EPA Form Submission and Customs Bond

Fee Price: $2,950.00

This leaves you only responsible for paying US Customs Duty to our US customs broker upon clearance of your vehicle from Baltimore port. We can arrange inland delivery to your driveway at an additional cost.




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These are truly extraordinary times. Although we’re not as raring to go as usual, we still remain open, with shipping line's continuing to run, although at a reduced frequency. 

  Keeping our distance 

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 We continue to operate and send out vehicles globally on a monthly basis. Our ability to prepare a vehicle to a client's specification is somewhat stifled. Although our mechanics are doing their very best, to meet smaller requests.

  Fast Moving Cars 

 AKA lockdown project. 

We’ve been working hard over recent months to gather a collection of "FAST MOVING CARS". These are rolling projects, although not perfect, they are ideal for first time importers giving a taste of what English classics have to offer.  

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