1999 Range Rover 4.0 (P38)
AMENDMENT; Later model 4.0 V8 with automatic 'box showing 86,921 miles; full grey leather interior with stamped service booklet
Supplied new by Caffyns Plc of Lewes in September 1999 to its Engineering company first owner this P38 comes in 4.0 automatic guise finished in Blue with original 5-spoke alloy wheels inside we find contrasting grey leather interior.
The spec looks to include half electric seats in light grey leather, piped dark grey, walnut trim, automatic digital climate control, sunroof, electric windows, on-board trip computer, automatic transmission via the traditional H-gate, full time four-wheel drive and air suspension which appears to function as it should.
Within the history file, we find the V5C showing 7 former keepers to our current of 6 years, the owner's pack and service book showing 7 stamps, the first 4 by supplying dealer Caffyns, the latter by independant 4x4 and Land Rover specialists, the last in November 2015 at 80,086 miles. Currently reading 86,921 miles, this 4.0 example looks to have covered little mileage in recent years, confirmed by a look at the car's MOT history. The current MOT is valid until July 2021 with 7 minor advisories. We also find 5 old MOTs on file plus a selection of invoices including a new head gasket, head skim, gearbox oil service, coil pack replacement, air mass sensor, ABS sensor and new radiator in January 2020 at a cost of £1,293.59 by RMB Autos, along with fitment of 4 new Uniroyal tyres in November 2018 at a cost of £460, new starter motor in April 2018 costing £144, plus full service at the same time costing a further £222 at 83,451 miles and new thermostat too a few miles prior costing another £145.
Further invoices on file show regular works dating back to our vendors purchase in 2015. The vehicle looks to be in good usable order, ideal if you need something big and beefy to tow with given the torque on offer from the 4.0 Rover V8. There are a few marks commensurate with its age and mileage and some of the common sag to the head-lining which has been temporarily pinned up to prevent it rubbing your bonce but generally it appears to be a nice old truck.
AMENDMENT; Bidders please note, there is a weep of fluid adjacent to the off-side rear wheel - likely suspect is brake fluid. **Update** the leak is indeed brake fluid from the rear off-side wheel area, brake pedal pressure is reduced, we would not reccomend driving this lot home and suggest recovery given the nature of the leak**
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