Guglielmo Miani’s 1972 Land Rover Range Rover

Mar 29, 2018

Category: Rides

Known for both his groundbreaking designs and luxurious lifestyle, Guglielmo Miani – the iconic fashion entrepreneur that now heads Larusmiani S.P.A – knows no limits in the realm of opulent living. Especially when it comes to automobiles, Miani opts for nothing but the best, from 90s Bentleys to this very unique 1972 Range Rover Classic that he is now putting up for sale.

Under the hood of this ’72 Range Rover lies a well-maintained 3.5-liter V8 mounted upon a rare suffix A chassis. This is also one of the very few remaining left-hand drive examples available and was brilliantly brought back to life once Miani purchased the vehicle back in 2009. Now, a new Tuscan Blue paint job adorns the exterior while handsome beige leather complements the interior of this road-ready 4WD luxury SUV with only 7,800 miles currently logged on the odometer. Pricing available upon request.

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