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Not sure about the 1995, but the later system for sure needed the dealer's scan tool to re-program for a new key. The key reader, in the steering column needs to send the right signal to the computer or it will not start. If you really lost all the keys, better get two from the dealer and have them reprogram both at the same time. Around here its $200 to reprogram 2 keys (with remotes).
Have a locksmith make you a new key or replace the lock barrel with a new set of keys.Try contacting the dealer and state the vin number of the car and they may be able to check records for the key code to cut new keys.
So the car does not start after getting a new key cut correct? If you have the title to the vehicle, take it to your local Land Rover dealer and they can cut you a new key. Does the car have keyless entry/anti theft from the factory? If so they key will need programmed by the dealer.
You will need to order new keys from the dealership. A locksmith may be able to make a new one, but if your key has an electronic chip in it, there is no way to copy without original because starting the car depends on that chip.