Symes is your interior standard or have you added to it at all? I thought perhaps the wood immediately around the shifter might be an addition?
My car is a genuine 2001 Vogue i have the factory build sheet
I have a 2002 HSE and I see no difference in the interior.My car is a genuine 2001 Vogue i have the factory build sheet
In 2000 the "Vogue" was introduced as a Trim level, it sits above HSE and is more luxury oriented..
2002 model year saw the Run Out Vogue SE trim, which was the most sumptuous..
Compare my interior to a HSE..
Also after 2000 in the UK the 4.6 Powerplant was only offered on the Vogue..
trim levels in the factory were known as..
TL1 - Standard - DT
TL2 - SE and DSE
TL3 - HSE and DHSE
TL4 - Vogue
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
nice color.beautiful car. Where did get by those hoses under the bonnet?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.
2001 Feb built and Oct registered Vogue 4.6 "UK SPEC"
18" Comets "bright finish"
Monte Carlo Blue paintwork
Running Petrol and LPG
Just a few
Yeah that truck looks awesome! Mine looks pretty much exactly like that save for the added headlight protection.... and the lack of any snow at all up here!
I'm looking at going chocolate brown for the interior excluding the carpetsYeah that truck looks awesome! Mine looks pretty much exactly like that save for the added headlight protection.... and the lack of any snow at all up here!
When I got my P38 I had just gotten brand new ATs for my D2 that was heading out, so I kept those wheels and rims and am currently using them on the P38. I’m waiting for the day when the tires need replacing and I can put tires on the ‘Star’ 18”s that my truck came with. They’re my favourite wheels for the RR, with those Hurricanes as a close second (I also have a full set of those too!)
Can’t wait to see what you end up with as your interior