1999 Range Rover 4.0 County (P38)

Three owner example from 9 year ownership showing 76,595 miles; driven 160 miles to sale; P38's are rising stars and ones to watch

Supplied new by Conwy Land Rover Centre Ltd in May 1999 and finished in slate grey with cream leather interior this P38 is the last of the pre-Thor Rover V8 engine versions and comes to us in 4.0 County automatic guise. Inside we see fitment of a screen and reverse camera where the optional sat nav could have originally sat.

Showing just 76,595 miles covered in the hands of its three owners the vehicle is in a relatively presentable state, but has suffered some of the usual Range Rover foibles with a sagging headlining - still these are available for c. £400 if tickles your bonce too often.

Starting promptly as we moved it around for these images the air suspension appeared to work as it should (it only works with the doors closed  on P38's) and sits on a set of stock 3-spoke 16inch alloy wheels wearing rugged tyres.  We also see a useful tow bar with electrics and handy side steps fitted to this example.

Within the history file we find a V5C, owner's pack and service book showing 9 entries, 8 are stamps, the last hand written39,625 miles in November 2009. In addition there are 3 keys, some 14 old MOTs dating back to 2003 and a selection of invoices including recent spend on a rear left brake caliper this November 2020 plus front and rear pads, and in October a replacement middle exhaust silencer was fitted.

The current MOT runs until November 2021 with no advisories.  Show the car a little titivation and she will shine as she's meant to once more no doubt particularly given its lower mileage and three owners.

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Reg No: T153DCC
Chassis Number: SALLPAMM3WA410180
Engine Number: 42D 30380A
Engine Size: 3950CC
Docs: V5C, 14 old MOT's, 9 Service Stamps, Hand Book, Invoices.

Estimate: £4,000+

Lot 50

Lot ended

Thursday 10/12/2020

Hammer Price (inc. buyers premium)

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