76LAN180001 Land Rover Series I 80” Canvas Back - Sage Green
HUE 166 is one of the iconic ‘originals’ which has been so popular when issued as a single model. Here it comes again with its delicate sage green body and sand coloured canvas effect to the back. The interior is grey and the chassis is silver. The signature Series I Land Rover grille is also silver while the wheels take on the pale green body colour.
76RCL001 Range Rover Classic - Lincoln Green
Registered YCX 348K from 1971/72, this Classic Range Rover represents the first model off the new 1:76 scale tooling. Decorated in bright green, the model comes with beige interior seating and grey dashboard and steering wheel. The exterior features a black grille and trim with silver bumpers. How shapes and refinements on this favourite British marque have changed and improved since then! It still remains the top four by four by far, as the Land Rover strapline once boasted!
76P38001 Range Rover P38 - Rioja Red
Readers will have noticed that this brand new Oxford model of the Range Rover P38 has been unveiled as a single new release in this issue, representing the second-generation Range Rover, which the Rover Group launched in September 1994. The specification comprised a full-size luxury 5-door SUV, with all wheel drive and either a 4-speed automatic or 5-speed manual gearbox. It came with either petrol or diesel fuel option. Production ceased in 2001. We think it filled the role – and the model looks pretty good too!
76FRE002 Land Rover Freelander - Fuji White
This was the second release off Oxford’s replica of the latest 2013 specification Land Rover Freelander 2 SD4 HSE, a high performance two or four wheel drive car. It appears in sparkling white with matt black trim, registered OE13 RXG. The interior is entirely matt black and the windows have been given a light grey tint. The Freelander 2 and model specification is printed above the rear bumper while the famous Land Rover badge sits off centre on the distinctive radiator grille.
76LRD006 Land Rover Discovery 3 - Cairns Blue Metallic
Another contemporary vehicle in the set is the Land Rover Discovery 3 series, which Land Rover launched to the public in 2004. It comes in a striking metallic dark blue, registered FM54 BUU. There’s lots of black satin trim to the exterior, a variation from the norm, while the interior is finished in black and beige and the distinctive wheel trims are silver.