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Old February 14th, 2014, 12:20 PM
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Nas 110 #469 sold

As many of you knew, I was selling my D110. It sold on eBay and the transaction if finalized. The truck is going to a good home in Boulder, CO. My understanding is its first stop is to have the bulkhead and other rust issues resolve.

I bought a new car. A '67 Austin Healey 3000 BJ8. It's my daily driver, so I sure hope Spring hurries the hell up.

I can't imagine I'll stay away from Rovers forever. If someone has a decent NAS D90 wagon, miles irrelevant for under $40k, let me know. That'll be the next purchase.
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As many of you knew, I was selling my D110. It sold on eBay and the transaction if finalized. The truck is going to a good home in Boulder, CO. My understanding is its first stop is to have the bulkhead and other rust issues resolve. I bought a new car. A '67 Austin Healey 3000 BJ8. It's my daily driver, so I sure hope Spring hurries the hell up. I can't imagine I'll stay away from Rovers forever. If someone has a decent NAS D90 wagon, miles irrelevant for under $40k, let me know. That'll be the next purchase.
Pics of the Austin Healey or it didn't happen.
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Old February 14th, 2014, 06:19 PM
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Old February 14th, 2014, 07:02 PM
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As many of you knew, I was selling my D110. It sold on eBay and the transaction if finalized. The truck is going to a good home in Boulder, CO. My understanding is its first stop is to have the bulkhead and other rust issues resolve. I bought a new car. A '67 Austin Healey 3000 BJ8. It's my daily driver, so I sure hope Spring hurries the hell up. I can't imagine I'll stay away from Rovers forever. If someone has a decent NAS D90 wagon, miles irrelevant for under $40k, let me know. That'll be the next purchase.
Hah!! My father-in-law bought one drove it 2 miles, brought it to me and said, "keep this until I can sell it". Had it for two years and had a blast piddling on it and driving it. He finally sold it to some guy in Chicago. I loved it! It was black with white insert over red. What a great car. Until you got to about 50mph, then it was looser than my 2nd girlfriend...

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