Stolen: SUFFIX B Range Rover with royal connection

Look mum, no wing mirrors! This Range Rover on Dutch royal plates features the Swedish/Norwegian/Australian market-only door mounted mirror

A British racing green 1974 Range Rover that once belonged to Pieter van Vollenhoven, husband of princess Margriet of the Netherlands, was recently stolen in Wijlre, The Netherlands. Owner Hans Creusen was about to finish a 27 year restoration of the originally Lincolnshire green Suffix Range Rover, when it was taken from his driveway mid February. The Range Rover was delivered new in the Netherlands on May 9th 1974. It received the commercial registration BG-37-XT in 1982. If you get offered a non original green Suffix B Range Rover, or rare parts like an as new Palomino pvc interior or three spoke steering wheel by an unreputable source, please be aware. They may be from stolen Range Rover.

Image from book Koninklijk Autorijden by Frans Vrijaldenhoven

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