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There are a "few" threads on the Other subforums showcasing some peoples Vehicles whether stock or modified

Just thought a thread like this might have some good pic's of some P38's.

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2001 Feb built and Oct registered Vogue 4.6 "UK SPEC"

18" Comets "bright finish"

Lightstone interior

Monte Carlo Blue paintwork


Running Petrol and LPG


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I do like that blue,, she’s got a prett good mot history but note you have her sorned since last November... wish my old girl was still looking as good
 

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I do like that blue,, she’s got a prett good mot history but note you have her sorned since last November... wish my old girl was still looking as good
Ah yes her MOT history is clean..

She is in pieces at the moment awaiting a resto hence the Sorn ;)
 

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Just swapped to 16 in rims, like it alot.
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I notice yours is racing green with a lighter colored interior..
What I've seen here (not many because they're very rare here) the racing green has an orange/brownish color interior..

I had those side steps also on mine, I took them off because I thought the make the vehicle look bigger/higher, too close to the ground, don't know how to say it ;)
 

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This is my P38! It's a 2001 30th Anniversary Edition. I've had it for about 2 years now and have loved every minute. Coil springs, stickers (a ton of stickers), a roof rack (from Voyager Off-Road), a CB (and soon to be a Ham), and a bench seat in the back (to be installed this month). I use my vehicle whenever possible (like most of y'all).

I plan on building a swing-away tire carrier (on stock bumper) and Jerry can holder (along with license plate and CB and Ham antennas) later this year. If you have any questions, PM me.

Also going to build a wood drawer system for the back that holds kitchen supplies and other things.

Great looking Pros people! Love it.

Best Regards,
Gabriel
 

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Bought this bad boy a few weeks ago. Has 373000kms and not a tick from the engine, so I guess it’s a good one 🙂

Have a list of things to do of course, but it drives issue free with no dash lights and a fully functioning air ride.

Definitely have to deal with that seatbelt ‘chime’ soon.... Haha

It’s a Canadian delivery Autobiography, has dash emblem in wood (deluxe wood trim) on the trunk lid, and a plaque in the engine bay. Does anyone know if I’m able to find out what options the original buyer chose?
 

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Bought this bad boy a few weeks ago. Has 373000kms and not a tick from the engine, so I guess it’s a good one 🙂

Have a list of things to do of course, but it drives issue free with no dash lights and a fully functioning air ride.

Definitely have to deal with that seatbelt ‘chime’ soon.... Haha

It’s a Canadian delivery Autobiography, has dash emblem in wood (deluxe wood trim) on the trunk lid, and a plaque in the engine bay. Does anyone know if I’m able to find out what options the original buyer chose?
You should be able to acquire the spec from the original selling dealer.

Nice looking 38a by the way.
 

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Bought this bad boy a few weeks ago. Has 373000kms and not a tick from the engine, so I guess it’s a good one 🙂

Have a list of things to do of course, but it drives issue free with no dash lights and a fully functioning air ride.

Definitely have to deal with that seatbelt ‘chime’ soon.... Haha

It’s a Canadian delivery Autobiography, has dash emblem in wood (deluxe wood trim) on the trunk lid, and a plaque in the engine bay. Does anyone know if I’m able to find out what options the original buyer chose?
You should be able to acquire the spec from the original selling dealer.

Nice looking 38a by the way.
Thanks, I love it! I actually sold my L322 to get back into a P38 and felt I couldn’t pass on the Autobiography. We also have an 04 Disco, so I have two LR projects on my hands at the moment 🙂

I’ll have a look and see if I can find where it was bought originally.

That’s a stunning blue, your P38 looks mint!
 

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Thanks, I love it! I actually sold my L322 to get back into a P38 and felt I couldn’t pass on the Autobiography. We also have an 04 Disco, so I have two LR projects on my hands at the moment 🙂

I’ll have a look and see if I can find where it was bought originally.

That’s a stunning blue, your P38 looks mint!
Does a P38 drive better as a L322?
 
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