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The rr has to go

Discussion in 'Range Rover' started by johnd, Apr 2, 2009.

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  1. johnd

    johnd New Member

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    1999 p38 4.0...........
    it was overheating for a while changed loads of parts but it has now started running a bit rough and still overheating after 5 miles.
    The new rr has come so this one needs to go spares or repair.
    i would say its a head gasket or liner but could be something less serious the truth is i cant be bothered with it so it has to go any offers pm me
    everything else is working.
     
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    gavbriggs Well-Known Member

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    how much you after john?
     
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    i am looking for about a £1000.
    its in good condition apart from the overheating problem.
    i will post some pics later today.
     
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    it's good to know that even RR owners have a sense of humor
     
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    its prolly worth it to repair yourself with a new block but i'm not sure if anyone will want to buy the hassle. i think if you can break it then you'd get your money back
     
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    Stick it in an auction, they are still making over a grand, even when sounding a bit rough.

    John
     
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