2000 Land Rover Vogue 4.6-Litre 4x4 Estate  Chassis no. SALLPAMJ31A447395
Lot 81
2000 Land Rover Vogue 4.6-Litre 4x4 Estate
Sold for £11,270 (US$ 15,208) inc. premium

Lot Details
2000 Land Rover Vogue 4.6-Litre 4x4 Estate  Chassis no. SALLPAMJ31A447395 2000 Land Rover Vogue 4.6-Litre 4x4 Estate  Chassis no. SALLPAMJ31A447395 2000 Land Rover Vogue 4.6-Litre 4x4 Estate  Chassis no. SALLPAMJ31A447395 2000 Land Rover Vogue 4.6-Litre 4x4 Estate  Chassis no. SALLPAMJ31A447395 2000 Land Rover Vogue 4.6-Litre 4x4 Estate  Chassis no. SALLPAMJ31A447395 2000 Land Rover Vogue 4.6-Litre 4x4 Estate  Chassis no. SALLPAMJ31A447395 2000 Land Rover Vogue 4.6-Litre 4x4 Estate  Chassis no. SALLPAMJ31A447395 2000 Land Rover Vogue 4.6-Litre 4x4 Estate  Chassis no. SALLPAMJ31A447395 2000 Land Rover Vogue 4.6-Litre 4x4 Estate  Chassis no. SALLPAMJ31A447395
2000 Land Rover Vogue 4.6-Litre 4x4 Estate
Registration no. T4RTS
Chassis no. SALLPAMJ31A447395
*Top-of-the-range model
*Present ownership since 2003
*Extensively restored
*Well documented

Footnotes

  • Following the enormous success of the original 'Classic' Range Rover, Land Rover introduced a new model, designated P38, in 1994. Produced up to 2001, the P38 was a far more luxurious vehicle than its predecessor and could be ordered with a choice of three engine options: 4.0-litre and 4.6-litre petrol units or the BMW sourced 2.5-litre diesel. Various equipment levels were available.

    The ultimate Range Rover of its day, the 4.6-litre Vogue offered here was built in 2000 and is one of the final P38 models. Painted in the rarely specified Monte Carlo Blue with full grey upholstery and grey carpets, it came with the Vogue model's full leather interior, electric windows, glass tilting sunroof, satellite navigation, Harman Kardon sound system, faux burr walnut trim, painted door mirrors, and Hurricane alloy wheels.

    The vendor advises us that he purchased the vehicle in early 2003 (at 12,000 miles) via Land Rover Solihull, who had previously used and maintained it within their internal fleet. He further informs us that in his tenure the engine oil and filter have been regularly changed at 3,000-mile intervals, and during this period he has been the only driver. Any alterations to the V5 document solely relate to number-plate changes and the various companies he has been associated with. Mainly used for long continental journeys, this P38 has been cosseted throughout its life as evidenced by the large file of service bills totalling some £70,000.

    In 2012 a decision was made to commence an ongoing restoration to bring the car as close to as new condition as possible using only Land Rover sourced parts. Main dealer and LR specialist invoices on file show that it has had both axles replaced plus a new gearbox and transfer box. Showing perfect compression readings, the engine only required new cylinder head gaskets and various ancillary parts. The entire air suspension system was replaced less than 1,000 miles ago to include new pipes, valve block with valves, compressor, and air springs. Cosmetically, the coachwork only required electric polishing and two new bumpers. All interior fittings found to be worn to any degree were replaced with genuine new-old-stock items. At this time the outdated satellite navigation was replaced with a new Garmin unit that fits neatly into the dashboard. The fully working original unit is supplied. One of J E Engineering's high performance four-branch stainless steel exhaust systems has been fitted since the vendor's purchase. In short: this P38 Range Rover must surely be one of the finest in existence today.

    Freshly MoT'd, the vehicle is offered with all original handbooks and tools, two sets of keys, a second spare wheel, a bespoke dust cover, an Etec battery charger, and the aforementioned voluminous service file containing all previous MoT certificates. The distinctive registration mark 'T4 RTS' is included in the sale.
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