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Joined: May 19 2019
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Hi All,

I stumbled across this forum while doing a general search for information on the Vogue SE as I have just acquired one.

It has some battle scars and needs a good clean inside, I have only had time to wash and polish the outside.

The wheels have been 'refurbished' recently but are the wrong colour.

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As a serial P38 collector I will no doubt have lots of tinkering to do with this latest toy!

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Welcome to the den of the afflicted :)

That P38 looks really nice, and it seems to have gone to a very good home!
What's the strange box on the dashboard?

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and it's got LPG too..... Looks to be at home alongside an L322 and a Roller.

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What a collection! Are you sure you are OK?
Actually just really jealous - thought I'd done well to get away with 1 (oh and the non-running Lotus which is unfortunately currently proving the 'Loads of Trouble, usually serious' adage).

Good luck with it - this forum is a great help!

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Welcome. Nice to see another late Vogue SE. Good luck with the car.
Rob.

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Thanks for the replies.

Morat: The strange box is an old radar detector, I haven't had it switched on yet!

Gilbertd: Yes its on LPG, has the OMVL Dream system on it and seems to work well, you can't notice it has changed over. Tank is in the spare wheel well and is 95L just a shame the filler in in the rear quarter and not in the spare towing plug hole on the bumper by the tow-bar which is where I usually have them.

oilmagnet477: I'm not sure if I am OK, if you were to ask She Who Must Be Obeyed then she would say I have an illness! It started many years ago with my first Classic and since then I seem to have always had a couple of Range Rovers on the drive, I don't think we will ever be without one.

SWMBO has the L322 and loves it now but before that she was driving a Mini so didn't get on with it at first due to the size but with two small children now we wouldn't be without it.

First job with this one is get it back on air! The compressor and valve block are still there so I will get them out and refurbish them before I put a set of airbags on and get it working.

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My filler is in the spare tow plug hole in the back bumper too, apart from not having a hole in the bodywork, it means you can fill from either side. Useful when doing the sort of runs I do. Got back home on Sunday after a 3,700 mile round trip. Towing a trailer with an Audi A2 on it which was delivered to Latvia, spent a few days there, then loaded up with assorted bits destined for the UK and Holland, drove to Hamburg to pick up a drum kit and keyboard (fortunately in flight cases), then on to The Hague to drop some of the stuff off then back home. My tank only takes 65 litres to fill it and I'd rather top up early than let it run out and have to run on petrol so I filled it up 12 times each way.......