Apollo 12 landed within walking distance of the unmanned Surveyor 3 lander, which had arrived on the moon 2 years earlier. The astronauts photographed and returned parts of Surveyor 3.
The last three Apollo missions included lunar rovers, which allowed much greater travel than on foot. According to a 1972 press brochure from Boeing titled Lunar Roving Vehicle, the maximum round-trip range of the lunar rover was 57 miles (92 km).
Assuming that Apollo 11 to 17 each had a rover and landed in exactly the same place that they actually did, were any of the other unmanned landers which were already on the moon within rover driving distance of an Apollo landing?