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1993 Land Rover NAS Defender 110 #183/500 - $48000 (Granite Bay, CA)
If you see this add, then the item is still available. Send me your phone number and I will call you back. Thanks! -Marc
1993 Land Rover NAS Defender 110 #183/500
Selling my 1993 Land Rover North America Specification (NAS) Defender 110 (183/500). If you're looking at this listing, then I don't have to explain how rare this SUV is, and how much rarer they continue to be. I am the 3rd owner of this 9 seater SUV and made sure it's keep up mechanically. All my service records are available, This car has been in Northern California its entire life. Originally sold to a developer in Los Gatos, CA out of the San Jose LR Dealer. It runs like a dream. Only issues are cosmetic which include a small bit of paint loss to the right passenger wing top, a few small indentations to the door panels between the passenger front and rear door. I took a long time creating all off-road "flare and patina" and it stays with vehicle upon transaction. Odometer ~230K. Second engine has about ~80K miles. Upgraded R380 Transmission has about ~10K miles.
The A/C, heat, and radio are all in working order.
Thanks for looking and please email with any questions. Car is listed locally in Granite Bay, CA (near Sacramento, CA)and I reserve the right to end the listing early should it sell locally.
Suspension upgrade with Bilstein Shocks with Old Man Emu Heavy Duty Coils all the way around raise vehicle by 2", plus 1" aluminum spacer giving vehicle a 3" lift from stock. A/C works!
I'm sure I'm forgetting stuff. . . but here goes the details. . .
- Brand new Clutch, throughout bearing and reserved flywheel. . . 0 miles
- Brand new RN front calipers and pads. . . 100 miles
- New Michelin Tires, 5 matching 750XZL. . . 500 miles
- New oil change
- All wheel bearings replaced about 5 years ago
Other Aftermarket Stuff
- GEARBOX: Upgraded with the newer Range Rover R380 (Stock was LT77S). Trans replaced about 3 years ago.
- Safari Gard Rock Sliders
- Hi Lift Jack mounted on rack
- Mantech Snorkel Kit
- Brand new Upholstery. . . 6 months old. New front seat cushions and Rover North Moorland Cloth kit, with electric Heater kit, Middle seats replaced with Moorland Cloth original kit too.
- Tinted windows. . . 2 years old.
- Tuffy Lock Box for center console
- Stereo -- Subwoofer and 6x9's in back, Alpine CD, IPod ready.
- Suspension - Bilstein Shocks with Old Man Emu Heavy Duty Coils all the way around, from Rovers North
- Custom Wheel Spacers from Rovers North
- Wheels -- Has brand new wolf rims (5 of them)
- Black Anodized Diamond plat on fenders,
- Axe/pick mounted on fender
- Shovel mounted on fender
- Lights -- Six (6) Hello 3000 lights, couple of pencil beams and the rest wide
- Steering Guard aluminum plate
- Front Differential Guard
- Stainless Steel Limb risers
- Remote Mounted GPS Antenna
- Heater Scoop on left fender
- Flat 4-pin trailer adaptor kit
- Have M1200 winch and Off-road Air Tank/Pump kit in garage. Ready to be fitted to Defender.
- Have V tipped snow chains for all four tires. Like new.
- Have the D110 Service Manual
- New Seals kit for when you are in the boonies
- Have all 5 original D130 steel wheels in garage.
The stuff that needs to be repaired at the moment:
- Windshield is cracked
- Exhaust system need to be replaced, SS was the next step.
- Heater core started to leak. Bypassed at the moment
- Need to replace A/C on on/off button
In 1993 Land Rover launched the Defender in the North American (i.e. the United States and Canada) market. Although the Range Rover had been sold there since 1987, this was the first time utility Land Rovers had been sold since 1974. To comply with the strict United States Department of Transportation regulations, ranging from crash safety to lighting, as well as the very different requirements of American buyers, the North American Specification (NAS) Defenders were extensively modified. The initial export batch was 525 Defender 110 County Station Wagons. 500 to the United States and 25 to Canada. They were fitted with the 3.9 litre V8 petrol engine and 5-speed manual transmission. All the vehicles were white (except two specifically painted black for Marcos J. Soto and Ralph Lauren). They sported full external roll-cages and larger side-indicator and tail-lights. All were equipped with the factory-fitted air conditioning system.
509 USA, 25 Canada
MSRP at time of first sale:
Rear window wiper/ washer and defroster
9 passenger seating
Center cubby box with Pioneer AM/FM cassette and 4 speakers
Full gauge package
Front brush bar
Roof rack and rear access ladder
Auto-dim rear view mirror
Power Steering/ Power Brakes
EXTERIOR / INTERIOR:
Alpine White paint and safari cage
Grey hounds tooth Moorland clothe / grey vinyl seats
Full carpeting throughout
ENGINE: 3.9 EFI V8 180 bhp 227 ft.lbs torque
GEARBOX: Stick shift 5 speed LT77S
TRANSFER BOX: Full time 4x4 (Hi-Lo) w/center diff lock LT230
FRONT: Solid disc, 4 piston calipers
Solid axle front and rear, coil sprung, Rear sway bar standard
20.4 gallon fuel tank
Trailer with brakes: 5000 lbs
Trailer with no brakes: 1650 lbs
Roughly 4850 pounds
OFF ROAD STATS:
Ground Clearance 8.5"
Approach angle 50 degrees
Departure angle 26 degrees
Break over angle 28 degrees
SIZE and SHAPE:
Track width 58.5"
Height (rack removed) 81.3"
ODD BALL FACTS:
9 prototypes were un-numbered
All but one was Alpine White. 1 special unit was painted Black for Ralph Lauren
- Location: Granite Bay, CA
- it's NOT ok to contact this poster with services or other commercial interests