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Old March 25th, 2016, 01:27 PM
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Wouldn't it make more sense to want
None on floor
Tailgate doesn't matter as its replaceable
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Old March 25th, 2016, 01:30 PM
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Wouldn't it make more sense to want
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Tailgate doesn't matter as its replaceable
Matt... I do have a perfect non-rusted tailgate for you. Without a brake light assembly...
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Old March 25th, 2016, 01:48 PM
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Wouldn't it make more sense to want None on floor Tailgate doesn't matter as its replaceable
True, it's just the ones I've looked at that had tailgate rust had bad cargo areas too. I don't mind replacing a footwell, but not going to do a cargo area. Don't think sills like this can really be fixed either

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True, it's just the ones I've looked at that had tailgate rust had bad cargo areas too. I don't mind replacing a footwell, but not going to do a cargo area. Don't think sills like this can really be fixed either

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That's a rather simple repair. The toughest part is attacking the rust from the inside channel since you have to open the wheel well to get at it all.
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Old March 25th, 2016, 04:54 PM
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That's a rather simple repair. The toughest part is attacking the rust from the inside channel since you have to open the wheel well to get at it all.
When I see sills like that, there is no way I put my kid or anyone I care about in the backseat. Seatbelt would be useless in an accident, pop right out.
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Old March 25th, 2016, 05:16 PM
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When I see sills like that, there is no way I put my kid or anyone I care about in the backseat. Seatbelt would be useless in an accident, pop right out.
Bondo doesn't fix that?
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Old March 25th, 2016, 05:19 PM
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Bondo doesn't fix that?
Please don't use that word in my thread.
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Old March 28th, 2016, 07:08 AM
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Good thing you didn't pick up that all white RRC you checked out... Apparently fuel pump wasn't the only issue...

(Well I assume this is the same truck, since I hope there is only 1 "all-white RRC")

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Old March 28th, 2016, 08:24 AM
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Good thing you didn't pick up that all white RRC you checked out... Apparently fuel pump wasn't the only issue... (Well I assume this is the same truck, since I hope there is only 1 "all-white RRC") 1991 Range Rover Build Thread
Seems I've dodged a lot of bullets lately on a few trucks. My money has never felt better in my pocket. These things truly are "money pits".
At least with my defender, I feel that I am getting slight equity into the money I dump into it. These RRC's seem like you dump money in continuously, truck is still worth same amount. 4K truck is still a 4K truck when 4K is dumped in, unless completely restored.
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Seems I've dodged a lot of bullets lately on a few trucks. My money has never felt better in my pocket. These things truly are "money pits".
You should buy a boat.. you'll suddenly feel like rovers are cheap to own and maintain.
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You should buy a boat.. you'll suddenly feel like rovers are cheap to own and maintain.
Well, a boat can still float if broken down!
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Old March 28th, 2016, 10:03 AM
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Well, a boat can still float if broken down!
it can.. but thenyou get to pay per ft every month for the privilege of it sitting there collecting seagull droppings..
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it can.. but thenyou get to pay per ft every month for the privilege of it sitting there collecting seagull droppings..
Yeah I bet that does suck. A best friend is one with a boat, and a RRC to ride in when it's on the road!
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Yeah I bet that does suck. A best friend is one with a boat, and a RRC to ride in when it's on the road!
haha..very true.
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Old March 28th, 2016, 01:22 PM
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Just in case you are interested, we are based in South Spain and have three RRC's coming up for sale soon, they are all 2-Door, all turbo diesel, all 1991 or older, and all white (boring I know). They are rust free and in original condition, prices will range from $6500 to $8500 plus delivery to USA!

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Just in case you are interested, we are based in South Spain and have three RRC's coming up for sale soon, they are all 2-Door, all turbo diesel, all 1991 or older, and all white (boring I know). They are rust free and in original condition, prices will range from $6500 to $8500 plus delivery to USA!

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Thanks for the info, and even though the 2 doors are sweet, I need four doors.
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Credit to Kevin- but this thing is attractive.
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I'm guessing it's gonna go for more than his price range.


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Old March 31st, 2016, 11:52 AM
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What's running? The truck, or the seller away from said truck? ... $799.00....
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What's running? The truck, or the seller away from said truck? ... $799.00....
Luckily for the buyer of this parts truck the seller is offering a payment plan. Sunroof has been open for months so the rain has helped the Lucas electronics. And no I didn't waste any time going to look at this bargain, they sent me pictures of the heap.



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