The Callaway Range Rover is Pure '90s Nostalgia

You've heard of the Callaway Corvettes, but how about the Callaway Range Rover? Well in 1998, racer and tuner Reeves Callaway turned his attention from building high-powered Chevys to turning up the performance of the British luxury ute. Land Rover North America sent over a total of 220 orders intended only for the US market. Callaway delivered.  This 1999 Range Rover 4.6 HSE is one such car from that limited run – the fifteenth built for the '99 model year – and it's up for sale on eBay. It might not get you around the track as quickly as its Corvette siblings, but it is quite considerably rarer. RELATED: Take a closer look at the sweeping 2008 Callaway C16 Speedster Like any other contemporary Range Rover, these limited run models started life at Land Rover's Solihull plant in the UK. Once stateside, Callaway tore into the engine and drivetrain, modifying the cylinder heads, valve seats, inlet manifold, and a number of other engine internals. A dual outlet exhaust was added, as were 18 inch wheels and optimized transfer case ratios. The result? The 4.6-liter V8 stretched its legs up to 240 horsepower and 286 lb-ft of torque, with a noticeable boost in on-road performance. This example wears Epsom Green, one of only three colors offered in the limited edition, and pairs that trim with Ash Black leather upholstery inside. The seller notes the exterior isn't in the greatest of shape, there are a few cuts and bruises on the front and rear bumpers, but suggests the engine runs strong and the air-suspension works as it should. RELATED: Callaway might build this striking Corvette C7 AeroWagon _____________________________________ Click Here to Read the Original Article on BoldRide