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Thread: Range Rover Classic and P38 Threads

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    Range Rover Classic and P38 Threads

    Mods,
    Any chance of having a new forum section set up for Rangie Classics Pre 95 and P38's??

    Reason i ask this, if i'm looking thru the Rangie section, its hard to find the topics on the Classics, as some people, me including just post a generic thread, it might be related to a Classic, but it does not stipulate this.

    Just trying to make my life and others easier as we get older.....lol


    Clarkie

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    Yeah, I agree.

    The P38's are a bit too complicated for clarkie to understand . Better have a beginners section

    Sound like a good Idea though, I also would like to separate the two, perhaps "Classic Rangies, and "Post 95 Rangies" although I often look at both.

    What do you mods think?? Hmmmm....

    Stu

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    This would be a great benefit as filtering through this at the moment is like finding a needle in a hay stack.

    Tony
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    series 3 109's and a heap of rice burners

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    sounds reasonable to me, the series have 3 sections, discos have 2, cant see any reason why RR cant have more than one section.

    Blythe

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    Crikey! If there weren't enough sections already!
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    Quote Originally Posted by p38arover View Post
    Crikey! If there weren't enough sections already!
    Classic..... P38...... L32

    They all have different DNA

    Tony
    :Strange Rovers Down Under 4BD1T 120" 110 /3 Rangies:/ 3 series 1's/ 2 series 2's/2 series 3 88's/2
    series 3 109's and a heap of rice burners

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    just buy a p38 and be done with it.

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    Yes it would be nice to break them up a little seen as there are more differences between a classic and a L322, then a SIII and a Defender.

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    Quote Originally Posted by andrew e View Post
    just buy a p38 and be done with it.
    We've seen what happens to P38s who like to play hard
    :Strange Rovers Down Under 4BD1T 120" 110 /3 Rangies:/ 3 series 1's/ 2 series 2's/2 series 3 88's/2
    series 3 109's and a heap of rice burners

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    Question

    What is your definition of a Classic?

    I used to have a P76. So is my P76 twice the car that a P38 is or is a P38 only half the car that my Leyland was?

    Puzzled

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