2000 Range Rover 4.6 Vogue
There are plenty of P38a generation Range Rovers making appearances on the classic auction scene but we reckon you’d struggle to find one as cherished as this one. This 4.6-litre model, which has had the same owner since 2003, has had £70,000 lavished on it, as well as oil and filter changes every 3000 miles. It was also treated to a restoration in 2012, which included replacing both of its axles and fitting a new gearbox. The entire air suspension system – often a source of trouble on P38s – was replaced 1000 miles ago, and any interior trim that was showing wear has been replaced with genuine Land Rover items. It’s the closest we’ve seen to a brand new Range Rover P38, and it came with the risqué T4 RTS registration number. It attracted plenty of bids, and was a well-bought car.