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Old December 12th, 2009, 03:55 AM
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damn what happened to my restore thread? Now we might as well be talking about f'ing a horse
LOL! Serious F'n hijack. Need to get SWAT and a negotiator out to get this thread back on track.
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Old December 12th, 2009, 08:58 AM
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So I am sick of mocking horsey boy. Well not sick enough that I will stop but we need some new topics so I want to start a thread for the NAS 110 owners where they can discuss what their ideal resto would be. How they would set it up etc. I know some people have done a ton of work but everyone has ideas so I figure I will start first. This is if money wasn't an issue and it only applies to NAS 110s.

Galvanized Chassis
Disc Brakes added to rear
Repainted Alpine white - done correctly so rivets are not painted
New doors including a new style rear door
Mantec tire carrier
Wheels painted black
Cage painted black
KM2 tires (not sure of size)
Bilstein shocks
Genuine HD springs
TD5 dash with new AC front and rear
Tuffy box with CB
Exmoor G4 seats
Full rubber interior - genuine
300tdi engine hooked up properly to dash
New style locks so the ignition key opens doors
Stock 93 bumper
Stock 93 rear lights
Euro side steps

I think that is it. Oh and the truck will be full of hay for my horses
Hopefully mine is about to get underway soon, here's what I have so far:

New Galvanized Chassis, bulkhead, T Pieces
Disc Brakes added to rear
New style doors and hinges
D90 alloys
under dash AC
MudUK dash-probably going to get TD5 style dash
SS harware

Wish/yet to buy list:
leather upholstery
new hood
newer style rear door
seatbox
Tuffy console
265/75/16 BFG Mud terrains
sound proofing
new style head liner
stainless exhaust
euro style side markers
SS brake lines
1000s of little things


color change: most likely Eastnor Green with black cage
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Old December 12th, 2009, 12:46 PM
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Barry, we're just yanking your chain. I hope you aren't too thin skinned as to take offense. None implied or meant. Paint your truck any color you want.
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Old December 12th, 2009, 02:31 PM
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Oh I know that. At least talk about horses
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Are there shocks that I can addjust up and down like my friends LX460? That would be very cool!
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Old December 12th, 2009, 02:59 PM
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That was my idea about having the two NAS 110s. One of them would be totally original and the other would be the dream ECR driver.


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Originally Posted by bjf
So I am sick of mocking horsey boy. Well not sick enough that I will stop but we need some new topics so I want to start a thread for the NAS 110 owners where they can discuss what their ideal resto would be. How they would set it up etc. I know some people have done a ton of work but everyone has ideas so I figure I will start first. This is if money wasn't an issue and it only applies to NAS 110s.

Galvanized Chassis
Disc Brakes added to rear
Repainted Alpine white - done correctly so rivets are not painted
New doors including a new style rear door
Mantec tire carrier
Wheels painted black
Cage painted black
KM2 tires (not sure of size)
Bilstein shocks
Genuine HD springs
TD5 dash with new AC front and rear
Tuffy box with CB
Exmoor G4 seats
Full rubber interior - genuine
300tdi engine hooked up properly to dash
New style locks so the ignition key opens doors
Stock 93 bumper
Stock 93 rear lights
Euro side steps

I think that is it. Oh and the truck will be full of hay for my horses
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Old December 12th, 2009, 03:50 PM
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I will say I like the original dash in my 110 as you don't loose the leg room.


Basically I want to build this
http://www.tawayama.com/gear/defenderckd.html

So far all I have is the rear mat and the new rear door. Stock piling very slowly.
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