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Identifying the most desirable specifications on Vintage Land Rovers(r) is easier than ever before, thanks to new research from John Brown 4×4. The team at the classic car supplier analysed the selling times of their vintage vehicles over the past year to discover which features are most popular among collectors and enthusiasts.
The most sought after specification is the Series 2 model, which has a strong and respected gearbox that takes 22 days to sell on average. It is also exempt from road tax, making it the most desirable option for collectors and classic car enthusiasts alike.
Colours are also an important factor to consider when choosing a classic car, and the most popular options on Vintage Land Rovers(r) are grey, green and blue. The canvas roof style is particularly popular, taking an average of 36 days to sell, with its contrasting colours a sure-fire way to make a statement.
Seating is a major consideration for Classic Land Rover buyers, and the most popular options are three, six and twelve seats. The three-seater version took an average of eight days to sell, while the six-seater took 22 days.