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Decided to trade in my sweet 2001 P38 Holland & Holland (90k on the odometer) after a radiator replace /:(. I traded up to a 2008 Range Rover Sport Supercharged with 73k on the odometer. Zermatt Silver / Ebony with what looks like the standard supercharged wheels. Loving the new power and agility (the H&H had been switched to coil-overs a long time ago and were a bit stiff). Here are a few pics of the H&H and some of the new ride:
 

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Welcome...hope you were able to keep the H&H Accessories...those good fetch as much as the RR itself!
 

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Unfortunately, I didn't have the accessories. It is in very nice condition though. Someone is going to get a steal.
 

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Nice ride!
Love the silver & the darker wood trim.
Wish I had the same darker wood - interior color combo.
But really no complaints b/c - I got myself a RRsSc
 

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Unfortunately, I didn't have the accessories. It is in very nice condition though. Someone is going to get a steal.
A pity indeed...those are pretty cool items! Nice upgrade though to the RRS!
 

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I also traded my previous 2001 RR for a 2008 RRS. The RRS has more 'pep', handles and runs much quicker. My 2001 was very reliable (except for air suspension -- also switched to coil-overs), but the 2001 was much more sluggish
 

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That wood trim looks fantastic with the ebony interior. Wish it wasnt so much money or I would buy it to swap out the Cherry in mine.
 

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Thanks for the comments. I did a quick detail of the engine compartment this morning. Everything looked good except the bracket shown below, which I'll sort out with a little sanding and some engine appropriate spray paint. The paintwork is surprisingly chip and scratch free. There are a lot of swirls though. My Flex polisher will make quick work of that. I'll post a detailing thread once I'm finished.
 

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