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Lot No. 627 - 1999 Range Rover P38 Vogue SE 4.0 Limited Edition

Sold for: £1,110

Vogue SE Limited Edition (August 1999) in Rioja Red at No Reserve.
Details Specification Condition Report
  •  A smart example of the third Vogue SE Limited Edition, based on the 4.0 LE
  • 150 examples built in four different 'Micatallic' paints (50 in Java Black, 40 in Epsom Green, and 30 each in Oxford Blue and Rioja Red)
  • T399 UCN looks fabulous in Rioja Red with a very smart Ash Grey interior and rides on 18" Hurricane wheels
  • First sold on 16/07/1999, three keepers including our vendor and an indicated 88,422 miles
  • With only 150 of these SE cars built initially and probably far fewer now, this model will undoubtedly become collectable
  • It presents really well in a great colour and the interior is particularly impressive for a car of this mileage
Year of manufacture:
1999
Make:
Land Rover
Chassis number:
SALLPAMJ31A454400
Transmission:
Automatic
Engine capacity:
4.6
Body colour:
Rioja Red
MOT Expiry:
Monday 15 November 2021
LHD/RHD:
Right-hand Drive
Registration number:
T399 UCN
Model:
Range Rover P38 Vogue SE
Engine number:
60D15230A
Odometer Reading:
88422
miles

CCA Vendor Condition Report

Overall:

106 / 135

Exterior

Bodywork:

Glass:

Paint:

Chrome:

Trim:

Remarks

Very good

Interior

Door-cards:

Carpets:

Seating:

Headlining:

Dashboard:

Boot:

Remarks

Very good. New roof lining.

Engine

Components:

Starting:

Appearance:

Running:

Remarks

Engine runs very well

Transmission

Gears:

Drive-shaft:

Clutch:

Remarks

Very good

Running gear

Axles:

Chassis:

Suspension:

Bearings:

Brakes:

Wheels and tyres:

Remarks

Very good

Electrics

Minor:

Major:

Remarks

Very good

Vehicle History

Remarks

Vogue SE (August 1999) This third Vogue SE limited edition (there had been one in 1998) was again based on the 4.6 HSE. There were 150 examples, in four different micatallic paints. Of these, fifty were in Java Black, forty in Epsom Green, and 30 each in Oxford Blue and Rioja Red. Unlike the two earlier Vogue SE special editions, this one had 18in Hurricane wheels. The main reason appears to have been that the Proline wheels were in heavy demand for the Discovery Series 11 (where they were called the pro Sport), and that supplies could not be stepped up for the limited-edition Range Rover.

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