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P38A Range Rover Reluctant sale of expedition vehicle

Discussion in 'Land Rovers For Sale' started by 3extruckers, Apr 11, 2019.

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  1. 3extruckers

    3extruckers Active Member

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    Reluctant sale of special vehicle, but needs must. It has to go!
    MOT. (5-1-2020)
    Recent work includes:
    New top and bottom ball joints on steering
    New drive shaft oil seals
    New water pump and thermostat
    New in tank fuel pump.

    It has also has:
    Snorkel
    12,000Lbs Winch
    3 Way built in fridge
    T-Max split charger system
    Air-Con fan cooling upgrade (no viscous fan)
    Adjustable fan thermostat with in car display
    Rear view camera
    Full length roof rack
    Pull out storage in boot
    Custom 'L' awning (clips on and poles to hold it up)
    Light Bar
    Interior strip lighting
    240V hook up inlet with 12V charger for main batteries
    4 General grabber AT2 tyres.
    Terrafirma shockers all round and coil springs (about a 2" lift)
    On board air
    Clutch fitted about 6000 miles ago.

    I have spent Weeks in the Sahara Desert living in this car. We converted it to sleep and live in and had a whale of a time. Went with a few chaps and Rachel from here.
    Structurally the car is in great shape for its age. It has the odd scratch and the Sahara dust it still evident in and outside of it.
    The roof lining is sagging but not a big job to glue it back up.
    It has been kept in a garage when not used out and about, which is still quite often.
    I have the interior for the back if you decide to rip it out and convert it back although it would be a shame.
    Ready for you to go on your next expedition, just fill it with stuff and away you go.

    £1999.
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    Any question please ask.
     
  2. Grrrrrr

    Grrrrrr Well-Known Member

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    200k mile diesel. Where's the oil leak from?
     
  3. 3extruckers

    3extruckers Active Member

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    Wouldn't really call it a leak, it has the odd drop. Been in the garage for two months and there's no oil on the floor. It was an advisory on the MOT but can't really see where.

    Cheers
     
  4. Interceptorxj

    Interceptorxj Well-Known Member

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    You took that to the Sahara desert ????? :eek:

    Come on you can't seriously be trying to sell that as an expedition prepared vehicle and if it is a "reluctant sale" then just keep it so you won't be reluctant about selling it!
     
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    3extruckers Active Member

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    why not, it's better than some so called expedition prep'd vehicles.
    Gotta sell it as house sold and no where to keep it
    And there were no issues in the Sahara unlike the 90's we went with.
     
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    Interceptorxj Well-Known Member

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    Well fair play to ya, you certainly got balls!
     
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