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Huttopia



Member Since: 26 Jun 2017
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Punchy

Mr Hunt has a couple of P38s in stock:

1.£24k: https://graemehunt.com/inventory/515/2001-range-rover-vogue
2. £16k: https://www.graemehunt.com/inventory/485/2...er-edition

Outliers or a sign of prices on the rise for good ones?

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SS.Lyria



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My last P38 was one of the last built. An 02 Plate, Vogue SE 4.6 with only 40k miles on the clock and better than immaculate.

I couldn’t sell it in 2012 and ended up giving it away to WBAC for £3.5k Shocked

With interest rates today and if those prices are anything to go buy, I should have left it on my drive for the last 8 years Neutral

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essex boy



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I still have 4.0 westminster 2002 had it for 10 yrs on the drive sorn for 3.5 yrs now not sure what to do at the moment

Post #557966 17th Jun 2020 6:07am
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Huttopia



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/\ what condition is it in?!

There’s a split isn’t there between the vehicles that are financially viable to save and those that are donors. Some silly parts are tricky to source - load cover stop hinges in lightstone (grrrr) so a poor interior can cost a lot to sort out. Rust is a problem, lower tailgate, rear wheel arches, front wheel arches....

You could pick up mint P38s for buttons a few years ago. Finding a low owner UK vehicle that has really been looked after throughout its life is tough now. Japanese imports are plentiful it seems.

I can’t see the P38 generating the same interest as the classic, it’s always been seen as the problem child, but hopefully a few good ones will remain.

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AnotherMutley



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I think Mr Hunt lives in a parallel universe with his pricing.

I've had a couple of P38's and still have a soft spot for them and would buy another if I saw one at the right price and condition. £3500 for an 02 plate was ridiculous, they're still a nice drive and can keep up with modern traffic.

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Gsxr1250dave



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Iv still got mine cant let it go after everything iv done to it.
New heads/head gaskets/headliner/air springs/valve block/pump I even split the fuse box in half and resolderd all the dry joints to ensure no electrical issues to name but a few things

You got to love them, I taxed it for the last couple of months just to give the old girl a run out will sorn it at the end of the month

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SS.Lyria



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^ with hindsight it’s probably what I should have done. But at the the time 3 boys were still living at home with their own cars. 6 vehicles in the household for a drive that could only take 3, don’t think the neighbours would have been impressed Whistle

Now they’ve all flown the nest and there’s plenty of space, I don’t think I’ll be rushing out to buy a P38 for £20k anytime soon.

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