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Old January 25th, 2012, 05:04 PM
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2 Brand new crate engines. 4.6 & 4.0 still in their green plastic LR bags / wooden crates.
Neil- where did you buy your engines?
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Old January 25th, 2012, 06:44 PM
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Neil- where did you buy your engines?
British Pacific. The 4.0 I got for $999. The 4.6 I got for $3800. They were all on sale.
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Old January 25th, 2012, 08:08 PM
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British Pacific. The 4.0 I got for $999. The 4.6 I got for $3800. They were all on sale.
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Old January 25th, 2012, 09:12 PM
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I cant believe Neil missed the "What to do in New Orleans" thread.........list probably would have bee illegal in every other state.
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Old January 25th, 2012, 09:21 PM
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Bunch o hoarders!



Ok, maybe I'm pretty bad too. I have crap I don't remember I have. Really. I have a bad memory so that's my excuse Nothing really major but here are the things I can think of off the top of my head.

- A lot of parts to take a 4 door 110 topless - 2 piece front doors (perfect frames but need skins), 2 piece middle doors in excellent shape, nto tailgate, nto liftgate, header bar.
- A 110 pickup cab top (roof only)
- New tuffy box
- New radio which I should have installed over a year ago
- Spare sets of wheels
- Several used soft tops
- 2 winches (not installed but all the stuff to install at least one)
- Used trailing arms
- Lots of new spares and old parts which I probably should throw away
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Old January 25th, 2012, 09:51 PM
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90 RHD bulkhead that needs a little work, not much though
3 LH roll up window doors
1 RH roll up window door
2 rear doors
1 RHD dash complete
1 steering column
1 LHD defender dash complete
2 LHD heaters one used one new
300tdi AC system brand new RHD
90 canvas top and hoops (NOT NAS)
LHD steering box
LHD NAS D90 brake lines and proportioning valve
Webasto thermo top heater
NAS 90 SW rollcage (no hardware)
Tuffy Center Console
NAS D90 steering wheel
bluetooth/ipod/usb CD player
Series LR diesel badge
ROckware D90/D!/RRC portal style tie rod
rockware front pinion guard
Disco 200tdi turbo and manifolds
new series LR rear crossmember
110 2-door dual sliding window roofsides
LHD SIIa early Steering box
2 x complete late IIa or SIII single wiper motor systems
SIII Brake pedal tower and 2 boosters
Late IIa complete dash
LR Genuine parts rear ladder for D90
Some snorkel parts
5 series 109 rims with '59 date stamp
Series 109 deep sills
Rockware or safari gard d90 sliders incomplete
1 LT230 1.6 ratio
1 LT230 1.2 ratio D2 (both missing the rear speedo housing)
1 RR P38 steering box
Disco 200tdi PS pump and bracket
2.25 or 2.5 petrol PS pump and bracket plus twin groove crank pulley
Ford Taurus electric fan
Flexalite Black Magic electric fan
3 liter non crossflow GM/Mercruiser engine with automotive head and mounts for Series LR chassis
3 liter crossflow GM Iron Duke engine with mounts for Series LR chassis and Scotty's adapter
Series LR deluxe dished bonnet with tire mount
mud UK seat rails
VDO vision boost gauge
TD5 style footwell/bulkhead one piece soundproofing

lotsa other crap...

and some broken metal parts in the front yard serving as ornamentation. And no, it is not a "lawn" per se.
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Old January 25th, 2012, 09:55 PM
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haaa

LMFAO!!!!!



Kind of, but its also like a bunch of meth heads letting each other know that Walgreens is having a sale on pseudoephed.

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Doug - Thank you for the post... I have printed out your addiction spreadsheet and the next time the wife gives me any crap for buying Defender parts I am gonna say "O Yeah....Look at Doug, it could be way worse!"

------ Follow up post added January 25th, 2012 10:58 PM ------

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Bobeck has a front lawn? I thought he just had a few pieces of grass between the trucks in the back yard.

My hoard is legendary although shrinking.

Hoard is legendary so is the number of cars that you have posted!!! I wonder if each one of those vehicles has a seperate section of the garage for parts to be put on especially the Bimmer!

------ Follow up post added January 25th, 2012 10:59 PM ------

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2 Brand new crate engines. 4.6 & 4.0 still in their green plastic LR bags / wooden crates.

Neil - I am not sure "you can walk away" carrying 2 crate motors.

------ Follow up post added January 25th, 2012 11:05 PM ------

O.k. if we brought all of the piles together, I wonder how many defenders we could build. This sounds like a reality TV show and it should only be shot in Vegas! I think the only thing missing is a few frames.

That would be a hell of a vacation - Beer and building Defenders with a group of folks you only know via posting.
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Old January 25th, 2012, 10:09 PM
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Pair of NLA speaker wire rubber boots for NAS st still sealed in the package

New Badger half cab kit with gutter kit

New take off pickup cab

Extra bulkhead

2 extra sets of galvanized NAS cappings

Extra exmoor trim loc box

Extra NAS ST tire carrier

Bunch of other little bits.. Feel like a junk collector some days
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Old January 25th, 2012, 10:16 PM
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Most of my stuff is for my 100" project with a bit of a retro series/early coiler feel. (more metal, less plastic)

Set of tracta joints
BCB disc brakes
Early vent knobs (not levers)
3 LT95's
Cast S1 badge (Dunfold repop)
Lightweight grill to rework into a Defender grill panel
NAS rear bumper

-Jeff
3 LT95s!?! I've got an LT95 in my '85 110. Would you sell any of those? I'm not looking to buy right now, but maybe. What condition are they in?
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Old January 25th, 2012, 10:30 PM
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Things I have sitting in the garage:

Exmoor Trim front seats and 2nd row 60/40 retrim kit in G4
2nd row 60/40 bench with mounts and locking towers
Old 4-spoke steering wheel
Front brake caliper spacers and bolts (to fit vented rotors)
TD5 rear door hinges
Nakatanenga 4x4 stainless bolt kit
Cast LR 4x4 SW badge (Falon)
Headlight surrounds
Fuse repair kit (from RDS, to go from glass to blade fuses)
Plastic steering fluid reservoir (to replace old leaky metal one)
LT95 clutch kit
Wheel bearings and various seals and associated washers
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Old January 25th, 2012, 10:40 PM
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Badger FDS II Top with header bar, tailgate bar and door bars.
HD Drag Link.
Bracket that joins drag link to steering box and mounts damper.
QT Rear Diff Guard.
Genuine LR Sub Box for Tailgate on 97 ST
New 20# CO2 tank to replace 10# powertank when I get a bracket for it.
Assorted service parts like TRE's, Caliper rebuild kits, UJ Rebuild kits, hoses, etc.
Stock Axle Shafts and a couple of stock diff carriers.
Stock Radio Amp.
Pair of NRP rear light guards for round NAS lights.
Set of 5 D1 Steel spare wheels with lug nuts.
Full set of eye to eye shock mounts for front and back.
Forward facing rear seat.
New Grille.
Pair of New TD5 Style Lamp surrounds.
Pair of new Euro Style clear Parking lights.
Pair of new Euro Style front turn signals.
MudUK custom Carling HRW switch.
Assorted Carling switches and rockers.
Couple of new front panels for Mud Console.
New set of nuts, bolts, washers, etc. to rebuild rear suspension.
Mostly complete Deflex Poly Bush set.
New set of rear rotors and pads.
Pile of other stuff I am probably forgetting.

Oh and 1 partially stripped 96 D1 spares donor and a complete 98 D1 (waiting to be future) spares donor.

Crap! Typing that lot reminds me of how much work I haven't done...
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Old January 26th, 2012, 03:17 AM
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I am not sure about you guys but it seems that we all have a pile of stuff lying around either waiting to get on the truck; have been taken off the truck and may or may not go back on; sitting around gather dust but is to valuable to part with; or just plain collecting dust. It is kind of cleansing to spill your guts and know that other people are tripping over their own piles of Defender sh*t sitting on the garge floor .
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Old January 26th, 2012, 07:22 AM
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Man you guys have it bad.

I hoard NLA RRC parts, I've lost track of it all.

Those speaker wire rubber hoses are priceless.
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Old January 26th, 2012, 09:29 AM
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Man you guys have it bad.

I hoard NLA RRC parts, I've lost track of it all.

Those speaker wire rubber hoses are priceless.
Now I know who to ask...
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Old January 26th, 2012, 02:51 PM
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Oh boy, here is what I can think of right off,

A couple leather covered steering wheels
110 rear AC
NTO NAS soft top doors with tops and door cards
Early 110 split doors
94 style winch bumper
OEM winch cover
Soft top roll cage
Etc
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Old January 26th, 2012, 04:02 PM
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British Pacific. The 4.0 I got for $999. The 4.6 I got for $3800. They were all on sale.
are those engines short, long or complete with anc?

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Oh boy, here is what I can think of right off,

A couple leather covered steering wheels
110 rear AC
NTO NAS soft top doors with tops and door cards
Early 110 split doors
94 style winch bumper
OEM winch cover
Soft top roll cage
Etc
Jim, having the elusive 110 rear AC hidden away and not installing it is lynch mob worthy. Somebody get a damn rope!
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Old January 26th, 2012, 04:16 PM
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the person with the biggest list has yet to post....... i want to see what mr smith has. that would be a great list of goodies! =)
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Old January 26th, 2012, 06:24 PM
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Mcnamara vac locker 4.1 w/ axles
GBR 4.1 w/ hd axles early 110 type cvs + flanges
Trailhead compressor w/ tank various fittings and hose
Bilstien 7100's rusty but functional
Tom Woods dc front ds
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Old January 26th, 2012, 08:04 PM
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are those engines short, long or complete with anc?

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Jim, having the elusive 110 rear AC hidden away and not installing it is lynch mob worthy. Somebody get a damn rope!

Short Blocks. And yeah, I actually did lift each one into my house...well with help from my friend.
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Old August 2nd, 2012, 10:56 AM
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Ok I finally have my life in order and have started on the upgrades.
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