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NAS will be nothing compared to actual special editions sold elsewhere. 50th and real Tomb Raider double cabs and 90s come to mind. When people can import anything NAS will only seem desirable to those who want a NAS, not just a legal 50 state Land Rover Defender.

My next vehicle I import(if ever)will be a land cruiser prado j90 or a three door discovery.
Let me know where you find a three door disco that isnt pure trash or is lhd.
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Old December 4th, 2015, 04:22 PM
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Let me know where you find a three door disco that isnt pure trash or is lhd.
You can't give them away here. I assume once they are legal down there, they won't be pricey.
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Old December 4th, 2015, 04:23 PM
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Let me know where you find a three door disco that isnt pure trash or is lhd.
I didn't say I was going to import a non-trashy one... haha!
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Old December 4th, 2015, 04:24 PM
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You can't give them away here. I assume once they are legal down there, they won't be pricey.
You have three door discos up there?
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Old December 4th, 2015, 04:34 PM
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Not Canadian original one. But people import TDI discos. Heck you can import Disco 2 TD5 if you want. Not many import 3 doors as they are not as useful. Re-sale is horrible. I've seen probably a half dozen TDI Discos sell in the last year and asking prices are down around $8000 before the ads finally disappear.

I used to own a 3 door in Australia. Why the 3 door love?
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Old December 4th, 2015, 04:38 PM
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Not Canadian original one. But people import TDI discos. Heck you can import Disco 2 TD5 if you want. Not many import 3 doors as they are not as useful. Re-sale is horrible. I've seen probably a half dozen TDI Discos sell in the last year and asking prices are down around $8000 before the ads finally disappear.

I used to own a 3 door in Australia. Why the 3 door love?

3 door is just cool looking. Im sure it is useless but if I could have a mint lhd one I would be pumped.
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I agree. They look better. They are not bad to use either. The front seats flip forward really well. This was mine.
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I agree. They look better. They are not bad to use either. The front seats flip forward really well. This was mine.
Did they even make it lhd?
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Old December 4th, 2015, 05:56 PM
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wow! other than the terrible wheels and snorkle im in love
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Would make sense. Figure this photo was made in the early 90s. That puts it right in line with Himalaya's photoshop skills.
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Would make sense. Figure this photo was made in the early 90s. That puts it right in line with Himalaya's photoshop skills.
Grill is Spring 94-99 300 tdi But I don't know when they stopped building the Commercial version
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wow! other than the terrible wheels and snorkle im in love
Just showing they were made. I'm sure with enough effort something from a rust free area of Europe and you could find a good one.
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Old December 4th, 2015, 06:49 PM
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Pretty sure it is a Land Rover marketing photo.
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Which Tdi is that? 300?
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Which Tdi is that? 300?
Pre face lift 200tdi
Post facelift 300tdi.
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Which Tdi is that? 300?
200tdi. 300 was 1994 to 98
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