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Are P38 Range Rovers becoming valuable?

Are Range Rover P38 becoming collectible classics and are their value gradually increasing?

Asked on 14 May 2024 by RON FORREST

Answered by Craig Cheetham
Now that Range Rover Classics are proper collector's vehicles, the P38 (second-generation) model appears to be following suit. A few years ago you could get one in good order for £2000. You'll need three times that now and they're still on the up. But they do require patience and specialist maintenance!
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