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Old September 19th, 2016, 09:43 PM
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What's an original 1993 NAS 110 worth these days?

A friend of mine is thinking of selling his 1993 NAS 110 station wagon. He's owned it since 1993 - it had 5,000 miles on it when he got it from the original owner. It's lived in Georgia and Arizona its entire life and has been very well taken care of. It had an R380 transmission swapped into it by Land Rover when the original gearbox self destructed about eighteen years ago. I would have no hesitation about buying this myself (and evil thoughts of that very action are running through my head even now if I could afford it). Its got 210,000 miles on it now - a lot of that was accumulated on road trips between Georgia and Arizona

He has some idea of what it's worth but since clean - no stories - original 110's come up so infrequently he's asked me what I think he should list it for. I'm just trying to help him out to set up some sort of range of price that recent sales have brought - and I really hate that he's even thinking of selling it. As rare as these things are I just thought I'd get some opinions to pass on to him when I see him Wednesday. I told him he should contact ECR and Copley but before we alert the sharks and flippers it would be nice to know in general what a nice clean NAS 110 is worth these days.
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Old September 19th, 2016, 09:45 PM
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Depends on condition but the going rate that I've seen over the past few months 70-100... Capping around 100 for clean trucks, but that is just my opinion.
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Old September 19th, 2016, 09:57 PM
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210k is a lot of miles, I don't think I have seen an unrestored one sell with that high of miles. My guess would be $65k-85k, but if it is as rust free as NAS 110s come and has no mechanical issues could bring more.

Ebay is the place to sell.
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Old September 19th, 2016, 09:59 PM
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70-100k - That's sort of what I as thinking but I just wanted to ask the collective. I haven't seen the truck in a couple of years (owner says he only put 200 miles on it last year) but its always been in very good condition as long as I've known it.
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Old September 19th, 2016, 10:14 PM
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Check Tyler Wirken's recent thread which was super similar and went to eBay and settled around $90k but with about 40% of the miles compared to yours.
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Old September 19th, 2016, 10:20 PM
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This is my old truck. sold last year at $63k with 144k miles. Probably safe to say his is worth $70k+

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Old September 19th, 2016, 10:43 PM
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This is my old truck. sold last year at $63k with 144k miles. Probably safe to say his is worth $70k+

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Jonh's truck is a good truck to figure out minimal value. That truck was highly screwed with:
  • wheels
  • carpet
  • seats
  • auto
  • non original dash
  • power windows mounted to console
  • missing basket
  • diamond plate
  • etc

If your friends truck is as original as you say and rust free, they should be able to do well with it.

Just make sure they detail it, take good pictures of all the problem areas, write out all the maintenance that has been done so that the mileage is less of a factor and throw it on ebay and see where it goes.
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Also, now is not the time of year to sell.
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Love how you mentioned it had 5k miles when he bought it - with 210k miles kind of irrelevant fact but GLWS - always will be a collectible that's for sure
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Love how you mentioned it had 5k miles when he bought it - with 210k miles kind of irrelevant fact but GLWS - always will be a collectible that's for sure
Kind of an irrelevant comment too.

His comment about the mileage essentially tells me that he could be considered the original owner and those 210k miles are his.
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Old September 19th, 2016, 11:27 PM
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His comment about the mileage essentially tells me that he could be considered the original owner and those 210k miles are his.
That was the point I was making that this is basically one owner since 1993 and he has always taken excellent care of it. He hasn't hesitated to take care of any issues that might come up when the truck needed anything - its been pretty pampered. You really don't want to break down in West Texas so he's always been way ahead of the curve on maintenance.

That's just over 9000 miles a year average. Two trips a year to Arizona and back to North Georgia would put over 7000 miles on the Land Rover each year. He's got a nice little Series IIA 88" he uses for running around town in north Georgia - the 110 was their road trip vehicle.

Now if I can only convince him its only worth $45K so I can buy it....
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Old September 19th, 2016, 11:34 PM
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I think one (almost here) owner putting all of those miles on the truck is awesome! If it's in the condition described, then that was one well-loved truck for sure! I think you're right on with 70-100, depending on the details of the current condition. I really don't think miles hurt these rigs too much - the actual condition is what will make or break the good money sale on this truck!
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shouldve kept it a secret and offered him 40k
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For the love of god don't let him sell it to Himalaya.
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Old September 20th, 2016, 02:51 PM
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please for the love of god dont make it a beach runner or put leds on it
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please for the love of god dont make it a beach runner or put leds on it
you're an asshole!
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please for the love of god dont make it a beach runner or put leds on it
if there was ever a Defender variant that was perfect for NAS market, it would have been a beach runner. They are the original JK's before JK's were a thing. Anyone that can afford a Defender usually is middle age with kids and needs full size.
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you're an asshole!
So what is the deal with the white one you built? Is the rear cage tied to the frame? Looking at the pics I see you left the feet for the external cage so that you can mount a shovel and a lawn chair. So if those mounts are still there, where does the soft top cage screw in to?
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Old September 20th, 2016, 08:52 PM
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not really, maybe hatter. , I'd still do whatever the client would be willing to pay for.
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Barry, as for the 110 ST I don't know what the deal is with it... Customer paid me to build the truck, so I built it the way he wanted it! As for the rear cage yes, I left the original internal cage and I custom made out riggers to tie the ST cage into it. The cage is connected to the chassis in six locations. Does that make you happy, I know you have asked a few times, so I figured I would answer your question. As for my comment to Phil, it was a joke! We are buddies and he sees my builds a regular basis, in fact we where just texting about the flush mounted LED's that I just did on the 94 LS3 we are building.
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