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Old December 29th, 2013, 08:01 PM
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1951 Land Rover Series 1 NAS LHD...

http://atlanta.craigslist.org/atl/cto/4261992024.html
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Old December 29th, 2013, 10:23 PM
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That was just posted here recently but I thought there was a price.
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Old December 30th, 2013, 01:01 AM
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The guy doesn't give any hint as to what he is looking to get... where do you begin offering with something like this? Cool truck.
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Old December 30th, 2013, 01:05 AM
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The guy doesn't give any hint as to what he is looking to get... where do you begin offering with something like this? Cool truck.
Probably by figuring first what it will take to restore it.... a lot.
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Old December 30th, 2013, 01:09 AM
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Yeah to each their own -- but if I got that truck I'd throw some seats in it and leave it as is. It has a decent patina for its age.
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Old December 30th, 2013, 01:16 AM
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Earlier this year, An early Series 1 was sold at auction at Bonham's in the states. The truck was in pristine condition, completely rebuilt / showroom - for $17,500. I figure it at least cost that much to restore it.

They fetch more in the UK, but the US market is different.

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Yeah to each their own -- but if I got that truck I'd throw some seats in it and leave it as is. It has a decent patina for its age.
I don't mind patina, but mechanically sound with a good chassi is a must. Looking at the broken lights and beat up panel, no seats, etc..doesn't look like the S1 was maintained all that well.
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Old December 30th, 2013, 08:07 AM
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Here are some pics
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Old December 30th, 2013, 08:48 AM
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Some additional pics of the frame.. it's up for sale so I can get a feel of the market price this might bring as is with no restoration. I really would not like to change the patina look and feel when I'm driving it. I do own other rovers and I know what it's like to see a series truck with a rusty frame or swiss bulkhead. So what i meant by preservation of the truck, was that for a vehicle more than 60 + years old, the frame and Bulkhead are in awesome shape for the year. I do have the seats, but they need some new cushions. I do not want to mislead anyone by telling them that this is a perfect truck, but it's starts by a 1 button push, shifts and runs! The low gear is great. If someone wanted to keep this truck original and just enjoy it, they would have a cool little truck to play with..

Not sure if the 9500 is too high or just right. I recently posted on ebay just to get a feel and received an enormous response of emails. The average rover person said it was right where it needed to be in price or a little less.

I'm not really sure of what it should sell for..if an average looking series 2a or 3 sell for anywhere between 6500 to 8500 than a running first year import NAS LHD should be close. .

what are your thoughts? ?
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Old December 30th, 2013, 09:55 AM
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Picture of dash, engine, mileage? thanks
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Old December 30th, 2013, 10:01 AM
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I can't believe you'd go through the trouble and effort to post it for sale in so many places just as a feeler. Seems like a lot of effort.
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Old December 30th, 2013, 10:33 AM
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Current mileage 15,275 let me know if you need any other pics.

Why not make the effort to post on my favorite sites? I don't have to sell my truck but was hoping to finally finish my 110..i like ebay because of the world wide audience, rovers north because of the combination of owners but mostly a series site and my favorite D 90..because of all the resources I can find on all my defenders..
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Old December 30th, 2013, 10:38 AM
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GLWS man, it is pretty awesome!!
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Old December 30th, 2013, 08:40 PM
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Some additional pics of the frame.. it's up for sale so I can get a feel of the market price this might bring as is with no restoration. I really would not like to change the patina look and feel when I'm driving it. I do own other rovers and I know what it's like to see a series truck with a rusty frame or swiss bulkhead. So what i meant by preservation of the truck, was that for a vehicle more than 60 + years old, the frame and Bulkhead are in awesome shape for the year. I do have the seats, but they need some new cushions. I do not want to mislead anyone by telling them that this is a perfect truck, but it's starts by a 1 button push, shifts and runs! The low gear is great. If someone wanted to keep this truck original and just enjoy it, they would have a cool little truck to play with..

Not sure if the 9500 is too high or just right. I recently posted on ebay just to get a feel and received an enormous response of emails. The average rover person said it was right where it needed to be in price or a little less.

I'm not really sure of what it should sell for..if an average looking series 2a or 3 sell for anywhere between 6500 to 8500 than a running first year import NAS LHD should be close. .

what are your thoughts? ?
I should have read the rest of the thread , I sent you an email about the price through CL. I have no idea what it is worth - I saw a Series 1 in much better condition go on ebay for just over 5k and I assumed I would go for much more. I don't have any space for it right now, so the chances of me being serious about buying it are slim. I live just down the road in Palm Harbor and I would love to see it and wouldn't mind checking it out for any interested parties.
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Old December 30th, 2013, 09:06 PM
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Current mileage 15,275 let me know if you need any other pics.

Why not make the effort to post on my favorite sites? I don't have to sell my truck but was hoping to finally finish my 110..i like ebay because of the world wide audience, rovers north because of the combination of owners but mostly a series site and my favorite D 90..because of all the resources I can find on all my defenders..
I guess I'm just confused what a "feeler" is. Is a feeler only when the truck doesn't sell for the high-water-mark price?
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