Is there a way of getting proof of service history for my Cat D Land Rover Discovery 2?

I've owned a Land Rover Discovery 2 for three years, and I'm now trying to sell it without service history. It was a category D write-off and I tried in vain to get the full service history, but the previous owner says he gave everything to the insurance firm. That was nearly four years ago. When I bought it there were 67,000 miles on the clock, now there's 80,000. I've got the service history for 13,000, but potential buyers really don't want to know when it's been damaged and when there's no fsh.

Asked on 20 May 2010 by flynnbeau

Answered by Dan Harrison
Your only real hope, if you know who did the previous servicing, is to get in contact with them to provide some written evidence that the work was done. Otherwise you'll have to lower the price of the car to reflect the fact that there's only a very partial service history.
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