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Old July 26th, 2008, 07:08 PM
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1983 110 $6,000 shipped

ready to ship from the uk, this rhd defender 110 needs an engine and tranny (they were taken out to go in another vehicle) so ready to make your perfect rig out of...... price includes east coast shipping. the chassis has been welded in a couple of places but is solid throughout, body is very straight and interior good

i can supply an engine of your choice......

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Old July 27th, 2008, 04:26 PM
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Old July 27th, 2008, 04:51 PM
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Old July 27th, 2008, 05:20 PM
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well now you know... you missed out ;0) more solid than some of the trucks i have seen you selling with 2.25 diesels in them.......

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oh and it comes with all the pieces you see missing in the back ready to go back on.... will include a 300tdi with it for another $2K R380 for $700 with transfer case ready to bolt in......
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Old July 27th, 2008, 05:46 PM
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Hey Duncan,

We all know that many trucks from the UK have issues with rust. Your 110 may be a good option for the right buyer, but what's up the jab?
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Old July 27th, 2008, 06:58 PM
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Are you the Duncan that sold my customer this Land Rover Discovery with a 300 tdi in it? Will Scott? This was the worst engine conversion I have ever seen for a 300 tdi.

If indeed this is an example of one of your trucks-I'm embarrassed for you. It came to me with a badly overheated engine that had to be replaced. The clutch lines were poorly done. The cooling hoses were a mangle of poorly spliced items. A factory part in both instances would have been the way to do the job. Intercooler lines were no better and fuel system had bent steel lines clogging flow.

If your early D110's are similar to what I describe then I would not want you to install an engine anywhere but in the bed of a pickup. For someone more qualified to pickup and do the work.

I have a few of Julian's trucks over here now. And I can say they are not rust buckets. They are in good condition for the price we are asking. Really not sure what to say about what you have unless I have a look at something. Your pictures are no help. That red one in this thread has those ugly panels attached to cover rust along the whole length of the vehicle. So who are you to talk? Pot, kettle, black-

But I can tell you - You have a poor attitude and I look forward to your absence here at D90 source.

I look forward to any of the early 83' D110'sw for sale here. And low prices is great. But you come off as a shyster to me. If all you can do is criticize the competitions vehicles in a general fashion.

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Old July 27th, 2008, 09:42 PM
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ih8mud has a smiley eating a bucket of popcorn for occasions such as this.

ill tell you what. i know cruisers inside and out, enough to securely purchase from a set of photos. but after all of the research ive been doing on defenders this past week... well... there isnt a truck that can look better in pics, but worse in real life out there. i mean, i dont think id ever buy one from pics. utterly useless when judgeing ones condition. theres gotta be ton of englishmen pulling in greenbacks for some purdy rough trucks.

not that thas has anything to do with this thread. im just a horrible lurker.
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Old July 27th, 2008, 10:56 PM
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X2 on the ih8mud popcorn!
Zimm I couldn't agree with you more about pics of a good looking d 90 but crap underneath. I flew out to Miami couple weeks back to see one in person. Total garbage, but the pics looked good on ebay.

Jim glad to see you put your real world experience out there. I am interested to see what the response will be from Duncan.
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I think I can get a good idea of a defender from pix if someone will take pix of the right places. But you are perhaps right about the aluminum bodies sometimes looking disproportionately good to what lies underneath.
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I think I can get a good idea of a defender from pix if someone will take pix of the right places. But you are perhaps right about the aluminum bodies sometimes looking disproportionately good to what lies underneath.
even the stuff that isnt hidden needs a set of photos that require a light meter. everything is the same dirt/rust patina hidden by flash shadows. i had to get that 110 up on a lift to see what shows up in a photo on an fj60. im not dissin' the truck, im just saying its a serious buyer beware vehicle.
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Originally Posted by rovernutzz
ready to ship from the uk, this rhd defender 110 needs an engine and tranny (they were taken out to go in another vehicle) so ready to make your perfect rig out of...... price includes east coast shipping. the chassis has been welded in a couple of places but is solid throughout, body is very straight and interior good

i can supply an engine of your choice......

duncangrows@hotmail.com
But just for your reference i have a 110 HCPU 2.286 petrol (recon engine fitted in 2005), new bulkhead and good chassis available for $7500
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More pictures might quiet the questions...Then again.....
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Old July 29th, 2008, 04:25 AM
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Forgot To Add It Also Has 1 Full Years Mot Test, And There For TotallY Road Legal
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Old July 29th, 2008, 06:16 AM
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....a transatlantic turf war brewing? ...or is it just Julians way out of the vendors section by posting all over someone elses thread? (which should also be in the vendors section with the rest of the commercial listings) a little competion is a good thing for business. Nervy territorial shit flinging makes you all look like a bunch of flowering twats.
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Old July 29th, 2008, 06:29 AM
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Personally I Am Not Fussed, I'm Sure As A Dealer Duncan Should Also Be In The Vendors Loft Don't You Think. Fairs Fair, If I Am Then He Should Be Given The Same Privilage Also. He Is Miles From Me So Good Luck To Him, Business Is Business, Competition Is Good.
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Old July 30th, 2008, 06:45 AM
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Yes Julian, Duncan should also be in the vendors loft IMO as should all business listings and yes competition is a good thing and business is business......I have to say though that neither of you have impressed any of my clients that frequent these forums, which is actually good for my business. So in the end I guess I'd have to say thanks for something.
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Yes Julian, Duncan should also be in the vendors loft IMO as should all business listings and yes competition is a good thing and business is business......I have to say though that neither of you have impressed any of my clients that frequent these forums, which is actually good for my business. So in the end I guess I'd have to say thanks for something.
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Personally I Am Not Fussed, I'm Sure As A Dealer Duncan Should Also Be In The Vendors Loft Don't You Think. Fairs Fair, If I Am Then He Should Be Given The Same Privilage Also. He Is Miles From Me So Good Luck To Him, Business Is Business, Competition Is Good.
I know this was brought up before about the all caps thing in posts, but what about this one? This took abnormally long for me to read. It's like my brain kept pausing at every capital letter. Wierd. Not to mention how long it would take to type.

Break-Break.

When I called a shipper about my 110 he said, "All right, what's the deal with all you Yanks and these Land Rover One One Zeros? I just laughed.

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