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Poor old P38 looks like it's had a facelift too many..

And those wheels.. yuck..

https://www.carandclassic.co.uk/car/C1324137

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No accounting for taste...probably worth a few quid in parts though

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Mink coat with no knickers.....
Paint looks good.... rest looks shite

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£150k for a restored 1976 Classic on the same link... I wonder how much it cost to buy the car unrestored and restore it, how much time the restoration took, if there are plenty buyers for that kind of thing?

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"Cheap" is right, but not in a good way.

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There's a company in Witney that does range rover classics prices start at 90k they got full order book

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There used to be a specialist garage local to me in Chester that rebuilt classic rangerovers back in the 1980's and 1990's. It was called Bluebird garages. They did body off rebuilds with all new panels. No patching in of repair panels. They had rotating jigs for doing the bodies.
Their cars were well regarded. Don't know what happened to them. Maybe they retired. They would be in their element now.

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Sounds like the company in Witney all bespoke stuff too 🤔