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A Vogue SE too!

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Range-Rover-P38-Vogue-SE-2002/184433114521?hash=item2af111fd99:g:tgMAAOSwWNBfUsr1

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I would but only if the 1 was removed from the front of the price and it came with the bits that have been taken off (like wheels, bumper, etc).

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The bumper is really offputting isn't it! Well, that and the exposed wiring to the foglights make it look really rough.

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I think that might just be a Vogue SE badge as it's missing the dash speaker that the SE's have a standard.

EDIT - Checking the reg does indeed reveal it to be registered as a Vogue SE. Weird.

Either way, seems a bloody shame to do that to a P38.

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I think the dash speaker was an option on the Vogue SE so not all of them would have had it. Interior looks reasonable in the pictures but it doesn't have the leather/wood steering wheel either.

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Not so much 'Vouge SE' as 'Vulgar SE'. where SE = 'Strange Extensions' ? "Each to his own" perhaps... Interesting DVLA history too: Not sure that is strictly street legal (for the UK) either; Is he driving it around with the EAS permanently on its highest setting for those wheels or have some extensions been fiited beteen the hubs and chassis ? Must be dodgy on corners either way... Sad.

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I think my favourite is how the shackles of the very expensive winch bumper are used to tie the number plate on...

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The centre fill speaker on the dash was standard on all of the late (2002) Vogue SE's. The half wood/leather steering was an optional extra on all of them and not many had it. I retrofitted it to mine.