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Old June 14th, 2016, 08:35 PM
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Didn't Ron sell a red truck with a similar cage, years ago?
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Old June 15th, 2016, 10:31 AM
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I sent the "Original" guy another note last night regarding the originality. They did change the description and removed that bit. Miles are still shown from the replacement ODO though, and still $80k. GLWTS
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Old June 16th, 2016, 08:49 AM
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Does anyone know what these trucks are actually selling for?

I keep fairly detailed records on every 90 for sale, both NAS and ROW. I gather the data from every source that I can find (eBay, here, CL, AutoTrader, dealer sites, hemmings, word of mouth, etc). Lots of the trucks on eBay get relisted. Others are listed as "sold" but they mysteriously have a single bid that was placed the first day. My data is pretty good but in most instances I do not know the actual purchased price.

I am also finding a lot of sellers tend to think that if they put 20k into a truck that the truck automatically is worth 20k more.
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Old June 16th, 2016, 09:44 AM
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Does anyone know what these trucks are actually selling for? I keep fairly detailed records on every 90 for sale, both NAS and ROW. I gather the data from every source that I can find (eBay, here, CL, AutoTrader, dealer sites, hemmings, word of mouth, etc). Lots of the trucks on eBay get relisted. Others are listed as "sold" but they mysteriously have a single bid that was placed the first day. My data is pretty good but in most instances I do not know the actual purchased price. I am also finding a lot of sellers tend to think that if they put 20k into a truck that the truck automatically is worth 20k more.
I would say unless you are getting exact figures from buyers your records are guesses at best.

All of it means nothing anyway. It's all what you are willing to pay and how you feel you did in the transaction. If you do your research and buy a good truck odds are you wont over pay in the grand scheme of things.
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Old August 14th, 2016, 07:19 PM
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Picked up this '94 with 90k (currently not running) for $12,500. Overall, seems to be in pretty decent shape. It's been in South Carolina for most if not all of its life. I plan on picking it up tomorrow and will begin the project shortly thereafter.
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Old August 14th, 2016, 07:24 PM
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Picked up this '94 with 90k (currently not running) for $12,500. Overall, seems to be in pretty decent shape. It's been in South Carolina for most if not all of its life. I plan on picking it up tomorrow and will begin the project shortly thereafter.
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Old August 14th, 2016, 07:27 PM
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Picked up this '94 with 90k (currently not running) for $12,500. Overall, seems to be in pretty decent shape. It's been in South Carolina for most if not all of its life. I plan on picking it up tomorrow and will begin the project shortly thereafter.


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Old August 14th, 2016, 07:37 PM
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indeed...congrats!..owner been living in a cave without internet access?
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Old August 14th, 2016, 07:41 PM
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Ha! I've been chasing this one for a couple years. The guy bought it a few years ago, not running. Whether it was lack of time or funds, I'm not sure. I bought it for what he paid for it. I look forward to bringing 'er back to life.
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Old August 15th, 2016, 11:58 AM
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Picked up this '94 with 90k (currently not running) for $12,500. Overall, seems to be in pretty decent shape. It's been in South Carolina for most if not all of its life. I plan on picking it up tomorrow and will begin the project shortly thereafter.
Cool, prices finally going back to a normal level. Can't wait to get an NAS 90 ST wheeling rig.
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Cool, prices finally going back to a normal level. Can't wait to get an NAS 90 ST wheeling rig.
Unfortunately or fortunately depending on how you look at it one sale doesn't equal a market trend...
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Old August 15th, 2016, 12:20 PM
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Old August 15th, 2016, 12:32 PM
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Yeah that was definitely a fluke, and there are obviously reasons why it was priced low -> non-running project truck. It could easily cost $30k more to get a truck like that where it should be. I know this from experience.
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Yup, have seen it in person a few times. Most recently, this past Saturday when the deal was made. Timing was just such that I had to wait until today to be able to have time to go trailer it home and it gave him time to get the tops, and other random parts together.
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Old August 15th, 2016, 03:21 PM
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It requires a lot of luck to score a defender below market price.
Two '97 NAS examples on eBay in last month:
A clean yellow ST with 70k miles had BIN of $36k. It was sold within minutes.
The other is a green SW with 100k miles and clean inside & out, sold for $35k. But! the seller got a neg feedback immediately with buyer claiming carfax shows truck was in accident and not disclosed.
And if you really want a project, a guy on SFBA craigslist listed a ROW rolling chassis and tub for $5500. Maybe for add'l $7k, one can source all the panels? And another 2k for engine?

Be really lucky or be ready to pay premium.
I think some dealers are wiling to sit on these trucks giving little room to negotiate, knowing their rarity & demands.
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Old August 15th, 2016, 03:35 PM
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"Sales" on eBay don't necessarily mean anything.
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Prices on sought after vehicles only go in one direction, up.
Expecially if there are no more of these being sold. I bought mine brand new in 1995. Land rover had a hard time moving the Defenders back then. They released the Discovery at the same time and priced them the same. Bad move, internal competition between vehicles. The defender 110 has continued to rise in value from 1993 and will continue to appreciate. So will the D90. I bought and held for 22 years and will not sell it as I really love the vehicle, and, so do my 3 boys. The reality is 1. There are not a lot of them 2. As long as there is a fan base with money the value will be there. 3. As long as the collector market continues to rise, so will the prices.
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Prices on sought after vehicles only go in one direction, up. Expecially if there are no more of these being sold. I bought mine brand new in 1995. Land rover had a hard time moving the Defenders back then. They released the Discovery at the same time and priced them the same. Bad move, internal competition between vehicles. The defender 110 has continued to rise in value from 1993 and will continue to appreciate. So will the D90. I bought and held for 22 years and will not sell it as I really love the vehicle, and, so do my 3 boys. The reality is 1. There are not a lot of them 2. As long as there is a fan base with money the value will be there. 3. As long as the collector market continues to rise, so will the prices.
There aren't a lot of NAS, but there are a lot of Defenders. I still stick to what I said earlier in this thread which wasn't the popular opinion.
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