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Old July 24th, 2012, 06:06 PM
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1974 109 LAnd Rover

I came across a 74 two door believe it to be a 109. I am wondering if anyone can give me a rough value on what's it worth? He has done a spring over and swapped in a 4bt, with a get rag 360. Frame looks really solid body is mostly straight. I am new to Rovers, he said that he has all the paper work to title it. He told me to make him an offer, I don't even know where to begin. It is rhd, I was thinking for parts more than anything for my 85 90. I know a 4bt in good running condition pulls $2000. What would the good rolling chassis go for? I have pics but don't know how to post.

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Old July 24th, 2012, 06:20 PM
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Wow, looks like quite a project. $2k in it's present condition would be my max. Despite what it has for drivetrain, you'd have to take everything apart and build back up. Looks like a basket case to me.
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Old July 24th, 2012, 06:29 PM
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Thanks, I figured it wouldn't be worth very much. I wanted to use it for parts. The entire truck is filled with parts, there are a few grills, alot of new parts and a lot of the original parts.
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Old July 24th, 2012, 06:46 PM
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I'd tell them I would only charge $200 to haul it away.
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Old July 25th, 2012, 12:28 AM
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I'd tell them I would only charge $200 to haul it away.
Closer to this than $2K would be my guess. Especially if it's a SIII (vs II or IIA). $500-1000 max, though closer to the $500 side. Needs a bit of work still.
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Old July 25th, 2012, 09:22 PM
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Moved it Misc Chit Chat, since you are not selling it...

Buy it cheap and sell off the stuff you don't need. Good Luck
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If it has a good 4BT, a good Getrag and the frame is good I'd see paying 2K for it, easy.
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Really makes me happy with two I have purchased for under $2K.

Given the resto needed $500 is a good price to pay
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WTF, you guys wouldn't pay $2k for that? With the 4BT installed, a solid frame and body! Even if it needs a bunch of hours of work that sounds like a steal! Everyone here has no problem dropping $25k on a 17 year old Land Rover with rust and shitty paint, but $2k is too much for one of the best mid size diesels in a cool old solid land rover!

Do you have the guys Contact info? I'd like to ask him a few questions on the 4bt swap.
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WTF, you guys wouldn't pay $2k for that? With the 4BT installed, a solid frame and body! Even if it needs a bunch of hours of work that sounds like a steal! Everyone here has no problem dropping $25k on a 17 year old Land Rover with rust and shitty paint, but $2k is too much for one of the best mid size diesels in a cool old solid land rover!

Do you have the guys Contact info? I'd like to ask him a few questions on the 4bt swap.
My thoughts exactly!
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