2000 Range Rover 4.6 Vogue

Classic Car Weekly (UK) - - Buying & Selling -

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.

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