After I had my p38 repainted in chawton white, I went to a local sign/vinyl shop and they made me some black "Range Rover" and "SE 4.6" stickers. I did not like the gray ones, the only OEM color available, apparently. Any local vinyl sign shop should be able to make them and apply them. It has been about 1 1/2 yrs. now, and no problems, they stuck on perfect.
The vinyl lettering you have produced at a sign shop are definately not as good looking as the factory raised letters. At a disctance you won't really notice. Up close I think they look like a cheap body shop job. Hunt around the suppliers and you should be able to save some bucks by catching them on sale. Sometimes eBay has genuine items for about half of AB.
My vinyl ones look great. The sign shop was very modern. They can pull up the exact font that Range Rover uses, you know, the style of letter. Then laser cut off computer, and applied with the paper backing so letters are perfect distance. I wanted black, not grey, that is why I went custom. Does not look cheap at all, very professional if you find a good up-to-date sign shop that is computerized.
Hi Brother's 1999 P38 2.5 Diesel has behaved itself for sometime but lately seems to be losing charge. Normally it could stand up to 5-6 days and still fire up - now it seems battery is as flat as the proverbial ie, won't kick over after a couple of days. Have checked the current drain at the...
I am close to pulling the trigger on a projects P38, but I want to get your opinions first if possible.
130,000 miles (no towing)
No key fob, although works without it.
Front end drivers side smashed so it will need headlight, bumper and bumper cover.
Some broken interior trim pieces...
Some people might say this is stupid and other might say its unnecessary...well it really is, but I was thinking about painting my calipers red so they'd stand out behind those nice hurricane alloys and match the color of my car but then as I looked into it its just so much work and eventually...
I just did this - a great quarantine project. One can remove the entire blend motor harness and three motors, and install new, without removing the dash and without cutting the duct in half. This was a good reference:
But, one can undo the blend...