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Old May 18th, 2010, 11:02 PM
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WTB: D90 rear capping, both corners and windscreen/wings/grill....

Hardware for windscreen not a must, but would be nice. Don't need the glass.

Need both sides rear capping and rear corner trims painted or galvy - may even be able to use Series parts actually. Building a hybrid 100 inch and they are going to be modified a bit anyway.

Also possibly looking for front wings inner/outer (fenders - D90 or Series 3 even would be OK) and D90 front grill/panel core support and hood latch assembly. Rear tub probably too big to ship, but i would be interested in just rear fender panels for a 110 2 door truck. (so I can cut them to fit "right" on a 100 inch wheel base)

I will need a bulkhead - I care not about dash or year etc, it just needs to fit D90 doors and screen. Must be good solid shape, I may just buy new on that since it's such a critical part. Don't need any VIN numbers - Maine goes by the chassis number and the truck will need to be inspected by the State. My chassis is a 1994 Discovery 1 and truck will be built as such to State and Fed standards.

Piecing this together over time so no huge rush. Shipping may be a killer on some of the big parts so the closer the better.

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Old May 18th, 2010, 11:22 PM
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So what's the donor? I see 94 DI. Just planning to build from there?
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Check out my import thread in small projects and see if those fenders/windscreen/bulkhead suit you. I also have a complete grill too. I have some SIII fenders as well.
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Old May 19th, 2010, 08:25 AM
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Hardware for windscreen not a must, but would be nice. Don't need the glass.

Need both sides rear capping and rear corner trims painted or galvy - may even be able to use Series parts actually. Building a hybrid 100 inch and they are going to be modified a bit anyway.

Also possibly looking for front wings inner/outer (fenders - D90 or Series 3 even would be OK) and D90 front grill/panel core support and hood latch assembly. Rear tub probably too big to ship, but i would be interested in just rear fender panels for a 110 2 door truck. (so I can cut them to fit "right" on a 100 inch wheel base)

I will need a bulkhead - I care not about dash or year etc, it just needs to fit D90 doors and screen. Must be good solid shape, I may just buy new on that since it's such a critical part. Don't need any VIN numbers - Maine goes by the chassis number and the truck will need to be inspected by the State. My chassis is a 1994 Discovery 1 and truck will be built as such to State and Fed standards.

Piecing this together over time so no huge rush. Shipping may be a killer on some of the big parts so the closer the better.

Thanks,
Doug
Have the fenders and windscreen frame for ya.
No 110 tubs or cappings though.
Would part with a 90 tub, but that won't work for a 100" thing.
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Old May 19th, 2010, 08:38 AM
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Thanks Mike - I'll check them out when I'm there grabbing the other stuff.

Free? ha!
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Old May 19th, 2010, 08:41 AM
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Thanks Mike - I'll check them out when I'm there grabbing the other stuff.

Free? ha!
Let me know before you arrive. Most of that kind of stuff is at the other shop, not here.

Free?
Did we suddenly move away from a capitalist society and no one told me???
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Old May 19th, 2010, 08:54 AM
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Oh, hell no - we are still armpit deep in that!

May be able to come tomorrow, today is no good for me.

D90 tub may work as i can weld in a bastardized extension between the door post and wheel opening and make it pretty, but really is probably worth too much for my cheeeep ass. Maybe i should build the tub out of plywood and fiberglass...... OK not really.
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Oh, hell no - we are still armpit deep in that!

May be able to come tomorrow, today is no good for me.

D90 tub may work as i can weld in a bastardized extension between the door post and wheel opening and make it pretty, but really is probably worth too much for my cheeeep ass. Maybe i should build the tub out of plywood and fiberglass...... OK not really.
110 3 door tubs are pretty hard to come by in the US (or at least that has been my experience). I don't see you walking into a 110 3 door tub in New England "cheap", or even "sorta cheap".
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Old May 19th, 2010, 09:16 AM
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A guy can dream.

I am in no hurry - and a series tub would work since i am going to build my own top anyway. As you can tell - this is going to be a cobbled together mess. But it's going to be a "toy" and a trail rig to save my beauty queen TWR RRC from the trails. I can weld, I can paint. It will look nice....... and be functional and fun but will never be "worth" crap really.

Thanks Mike.
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Maybe i should build the tub out of plywood and fiberglass...... OK not really.
I have a customer looking to sell a Defender pick up top and back. So you could do what all the crap Toyota trucks around here have. A PU with a wood bed!!!!
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Old May 19th, 2010, 09:31 AM
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Nice, very very nice.

Defender truck cab with a high capacity back bed with dump unit so I could use it around the house and shop maybe....... wood bed, not so much. I love the wood beds painted flat black - very sharp and classy.
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Old May 19th, 2010, 09:39 AM
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Do the wood bed and a wood roof.
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Do the wood bed and a wood roof.
That needs to head to Land Rovers that suck
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I forgot all about that 90, that must have been some major work to build that top out of wood.
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Old May 19th, 2010, 09:58 AM
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While I appreciate the effort that took.............................................. .. no. Just no.

Reminds me of the several months the wifey and I spent traveling Australia and NZ - so many "house trucks" over there. Some were well done, others were just a mess. That D90 wood top may be "well done" in one respect but why would you do that?? ?? ??
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