I bought my 1992 Range Rover County from a guy in north Denver off of Craigslist. It didn't have a battery, the brakes barely worked, and the shocks were just placeholders. We limped it home (ran pretty good).
Within 2 weeks I started on this pile of parts.
2" lift, new steering rods and ends, swivel ball rebuilds, axle seals, diff fluid changes, transfer case oil change, transmission service kit, caliper rebuilds, new rotors and pads and flush, new wheel bearings, caster correction arms for front, new center load assist ball joints on rear, new suspension bushings, new optima battery, oil change, plugs, and air filter, Still need to do distributor work (if I keep this engine), and new BFG AT KO2 265/75R-16 tires, new headliner material (wife's project) The rig drives great up to 75-80 mph. She also helped me with the suspension and brake work. I had to take it to Bud's muffler shop to have multiple exhaust leaks fixed and a new muffler put on. I just picked up a better back hatch glass/frame as mine was rusted and won't stay latched. Still need to install.
The engine I have currently has 90-110 PSI per cylinder and is very low on HP. In 4 Low on the steep climbs on Slaughterhouse I had to floor it to get up the hills (not going very fast). Trying to decide if I want to rebuild my 3.9 Landrover V8 or swap in a small block Chevy. I also want to do a full ARB air system with front and rear lockers, ARB front winch bumper, custom rear swing away tire/table bumper, and sliders. I may also had coil spacers front and rear or do a body lift for a touch more clearance on the fenders.
How it looked when we got it.