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Old May 19th, 2016, 02:13 PM
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good possibility its not a legit ad...the guy isn't responding to anyone.
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Old May 19th, 2016, 03:04 PM
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its already sold, dont bother calling anymore. =)











































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Old May 19th, 2016, 03:33 PM
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I know this truck well. Anyone interested pm me and I may still have some detail pictures. Rust alert
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Old May 19th, 2016, 04:23 PM
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I spoke with the guy. If you are interested you should text him. He is selling it for his uncle who wants to get out. Claims to be the second owner. Sounds unsophisticated and needs to unload it. Said there is def some rust on bulkhead and footwells. Shocker
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Old May 19th, 2016, 04:29 PM
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Old May 19th, 2016, 04:41 PM
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Old May 19th, 2016, 08:14 PM
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Barry did you call tony yet? Pretty sure he's the uncle...
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Old May 19th, 2016, 08:34 PM
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Was planning to see it this weekend but based on pics that were sent not sure I want to. Bulkhead is garbage.
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Old August 31st, 2016, 10:24 PM
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$100k now and sort of looks like crap if I'm going to be honest (minor stuff, but still...).

I love all of the "If it were mine, I would" bullshit from the dealer who bought it.

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So I have been doing this for a long time. This is the 2nd time I have ever come across a 1993 Defender 110 NAS. And the first one I had was a consignment, so that doesn't really count. I bought this Defender from the previous owner in Beverly Hills, Ca. He had it for about 11 years and just used it around town. The first day he got the 110 he dropped it off at Absolute Rover in Los Angeles, Ca and had them convert the 110 to an automatic transmission. The model of the transmission is 4 HP-22 by ZF. The same transmission in the 97 D90's. So you can actually enjoy driving this 110. The original manual tranny in this was a bear to drive. At the time it cost him $6K and today it would probably cost closer to $10K to have it done. He never used it off road, and he kept it in his warehouse. The exterior body and undercarriage is in great shape. The paint is dull in some spots and the color varies from panel to panel. If it were mine, I would strip it down, have it repainted Alpine white, powder coat the iron pieces, brush guard, rear bumper and roof basket. I would also repaint the rims to match as well. Tires are cracking so put some new rubber on her as well. The interior I would fix the driver seat cushion, pull the headliner, clean it up and re-adhere it. It is sagging in some areas. We had her inspected and we did a fresh oil service, and A/C service. She is blowing ice cold. She has the usual leaks, t-case, power steering hose, etc. We took some pictures of known areas where water collects and it actually looks pretty good. Only minor rust spots. Under the passenger seat we found a gem. The original tool kit and it has not even been touched. The gloves are brand new and the electrical tape hasn't been touched. Amazing. This Defender is about $5K-$10K away from being an amazing Defender 110. If you would like us to restore it for you, please contact/text us today at 949-874-0315. We offer financing up to 120 months and leasing up to 60 months.
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Old August 31st, 2016, 10:35 PM
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$100k now and sort of looks like crap if I'm going to be honest (minor stuff, but still...).

I love all of the "If it were mine, I would" bullshit from the dealer who bought it.

Land Rover: Defender 110

So I have been doing this for a long time. This is the 2nd time I have ever come across a 1993 Defender 110 NAS. And the first one I had was a consignment, so that doesn't really count. I bought this Defender from the previous owner in Beverly Hills, Ca. He had it for about 11 years and just used it around town. The first day he got the 110 he dropped it off at Absolute Rover in Los Angeles, Ca and had them convert the 110 to an automatic transmission. The model of the transmission is 4 HP-22 by ZF. The same transmission in the 97 D90's. So you can actually enjoy driving this 110. The original manual tranny in this was a bear to drive. At the time it cost him $6K and today it would probably cost closer to $10K to have it done. He never used it off road, and he kept it in his warehouse. The exterior body and undercarriage is in great shape. The paint is dull in some spots and the color varies from panel to panel. If it were mine, I would strip it down, have it repainted Alpine white, powder coat the iron pieces, brush guard, rear bumper and roof basket. I would also repaint the rims to match as well. Tires are cracking so put some new rubber on her as well. The interior I would fix the driver seat cushion, pull the headliner, clean it up and re-adhere it. It is sagging in some areas. We had her inspected and we did a fresh oil service, and A/C service. She is blowing ice cold. She has the usual leaks, t-case, power steering hose, etc. We took some pictures of known areas where water collects and it actually looks pretty good. Only minor rust spots. Under the passenger seat we found a gem. The original tool kit and it has not even been touched. The gloves are brand new and the electrical tape hasn't been touched. Amazing. This Defender is about $5K-$10K away from being an amazing Defender 110. If you would like us to restore it for you, please contact/text us today at 949-874-0315. We offer financing up to 120 months and leasing up to 60 months.
Charging $100k and they can't even replace the cracking tires? Do dealers get these things and just say to themselves, "Fuck it some idiot will pay extra for that patina."

And is a 10 year loan on a car a thing now? That's an aggressive mortgage length. WTF.
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Old September 1st, 2016, 06:29 AM
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Charging $100k and they can't even replace the cracking tires? Do dealers get these things and just say to themselves, "Fuck it some idiot will pay extra for that patina."
Exactly one of my thoughts while reading the dude's bullshit last night. Did anyone notice the red LED driver bumper signal vs. the OEM passenger one, too? hahah

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Old September 1st, 2016, 06:48 AM
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Old September 1st, 2016, 06:51 AM
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I wonder if these are consigned dealer trucks? Seller's buy and drove them til the honeymoon is over and can't be bothered to fix them, let alone sell them.
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Old September 1st, 2016, 08:21 AM
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Pretty sure this is the one a fellow contacted me about last spring to do considerable work to. We didn't talk badge number so no way to be certain but it was an auto conversion. The stuff he wanted to do, and what it was going to cost, I found myself telling him to not make those mods to a NAS 110, just start with a row truck rather than 1 of 500. Guess he decided to sell
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