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Old July 3rd, 2009, 04:11 PM
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Ex-Mod 110 2 Door

Just curious, what should I expect to see an 83/84 LHD 2 door 110 soft top, MoD or not, go for in decent shape?
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Old July 3rd, 2009, 07:02 PM
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Too few details to throw out a price.

Is it already here in the states? Imported properly titled?

What motor / Trans?

Post a pic or three and you will get a better answer.
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Old July 3rd, 2009, 09:19 PM
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I'm pretty sure you won't see any ex-MOD 110's until we hit the 85 model year, they were using Series III's until then.

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Old July 4th, 2009, 10:15 AM
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I'm pretty sure you won't see any ex-MOD 110's until we hit the 85 model year, they were using Series III's until then.

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Unless it snuck through from BATUS?
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I'm pretty sure you won't see any ex-MOD 110's until we hit the 85 model year, they were using Series III's until then.

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Exactly. When 110's were rolling off the assembly line Rover was still fullfilling the Series III 109 contract with the MOD. FWIW I imported a lhd 1982 Ex-Mod 109 for a guy here in Md. last month. I don't get the ex-mod attraction.
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don't know about 110s but one the series vehicles the mod trucks had a 2" suspension lift, an engine oil cooler, HD bumpers, twin tanks, screw on lamp lenses, and a bunch of other desireable parts.


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Exactly. When 110's were rolling off the assembly line Rover was still fullfilling the Series III 109 contract with the MOD. FWIW I imported a lhd 1982 Ex-Mod 109 for a guy here in Md. last month. I don't get the ex-mod attraction.
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Exactly. When 110's were rolling off the assembly line Rover was still fullfilling the Series III 109 contract with the MOD. FWIW I imported a lhd 1982 Ex-Mod 109 for a guy here in Md. last month. I don't get the ex-mod attraction.
This is what it looked like before we fitted the hard top.
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Also, MOD trucks tend to be well maintained and have the chassis coated which tends to keep them more in one piece. On the downside, they tend to be banged up and covered in multiple coats of ugly paint.
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Also, MOD trucks tend to be well maintained and have the chassis coated which tends to keep them more in one piece. On the downside, they tend to be banged up and covered in multiple coats of ugly paint.
That would make a solid trail truck then
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That would make a solid trail truck then
Generally yes, but always go for the ex raf or Navy trucks as they generally have been abused less.
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