The first production Range Rover will be offered to buyers at an auction in London on 4 September.
Estimates suggest that the Range Rover, which established the market for luxury 4x4s and is now an iconic British car, will sell for between £100k-£140k.
The Range Rover, which carries the chassis number #001, was built in late 1969 and registered on 2 January 1970.
Michael Furlong, who produced promotional films for the Range Rover, was the first owner. By 1975 the car had changed hands and been resprayed Bahama Gold, another official colour.
Further registration plate, colour and owner changes meant that the car was 'lost' for several years, until it was identified again in the early Nineties.
The 3.5-litre V8-engined Range Rover was then the subject of a professional ground-up restoration, which resulted in the car being returned to its original condition – including a respray in its factory Olive Green colour.