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I was lurking on this p38's auction yesterday :


1 hr before end of auction, high bidder was $14k USD. 15 mins before closing, bidding got real.
From some of the comments posted on that sold P38, many feel that this is indicative of p38 value trending upwards rather quickly.
This should make all P38 owner feel good . Thoughts, comments ?
 

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Just goes to show, keep them original and the value is going up.
 
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Telltale coolant leaks on the carpet though.
 

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This one was really rare. Look at the equipment list.:

'gauges for fuel level and coolant temperature'

The times we live in! What will they think of next?
 

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Whether it is or not, that is exactly where the coolant dribbles when the heater O rings are leaking so probably is. With mileage that low it may look pretty but there are invariably going to be things that have suffered through lack of use.
 
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I sold the one the week before for $35,500. There are so few out there with < 40-50k miles, I expect some others to appear & bring bigger $$ soon.
 

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So what you are saying is there is a business opportunity selling low mileage p38's ?
What about a specialist garage selling rebuilt p38's ?
Classics have gone through the roof. Ridiculous really as they were not that good.
P38's next ?
 

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I think so. Look at what modified FJ60 & FJ62s are bringing on BAT. Unlike Toyo's, the P38 holds up really well against rust.
 
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