File this away as the latest example in the craze to bring back every cool vehicle from years past: Land Rover has reintroduced the classic Range. Last Wednesday, Land Rover unveiled the first of a new series of cars it is calling Range Rover Reborn: a mustard-yellow 1978 Range Rover reissued and certified perfect by Land Rover Classic, the same division that restored a handful of early Series I Land Rovers last year. The Britain-based company is reissuing 10 1970s-era Range Rovers to capitalise on the explosion of interest in the vintage market. They fall in the same general affinity categories as Ford’s Bronco, old FJs and G-Wagons, Scrambler trucks and the famous Defender. Last year, 13 Range Rovers from the era hit public auctions in the US at an average sale price of $20,000; only eight were offered in 2014, according to classic-car insurer Hagerty. The average value of these British rigs, as quoted by Hagerty, was up 11% in 2016 compared with 2015, and up 67% over the past fiv...

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