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Old July 8th, 2013, 01:23 PM
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NAS 110 with less than 10,000 miles!

NAS 110 number 220/500 SALDH1289PA920130 was just posted on eBay. Seller states mileage at 9,985 - pretty impressive! The Buy it Now appears to be a bargain at $105k considering ones with 3x the miles are for sale for $130k+ currently.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1993-...orcev4exp=true

Item Location:Sacramento, California, United States
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Year:
1993
Stock no:
41462
Make:
Land Rover
VIN:
SALDH1289PA920130
Model:
Defender 110 - #220 of 500
Owners:
One
Body:
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Engine:
4.2L V-8 SuperCharged
Exterior Color:
Alpine White
Transmission:
Five-speed Manual transmission
Interior Color:
Grey
Mileage:
9,985
One Owner, 1993 North American Specification Defender 110 #220/500, Alpine White with grey tweed cloth seat upholstery, 9,985 miles, 5 speed manual transmission, full time 4 wheel drive with high-low transfer case, air conditioning, 9 passenger seating with 4 side facing rear seats with seat belts, NAS external roll cage with full sleeper rack and ladder, front brush guard, original rear door mount tool kit, factory original am/fm stereo
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Old July 8th, 2013, 01:33 PM
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Wow!

The only fault I can find is that it seems to have lost its winch at some point (or maybe it never had one, although I thought all NAS 110s had the winch).
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Old July 8th, 2013, 01:41 PM
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Engine or whole vehicle?
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Old July 8th, 2013, 01:43 PM
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And the sagging headliner (which I also think came stock from the factory). By the way, is this exhaust set-up specific to California?
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Old July 8th, 2013, 01:46 PM
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Nice of them to replace the tires and include shots of the original 3.9 too.
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Looks pretty amazing!! Must have been placed in a moisture free vacuum sealed environment at a very young age!!
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Yeah, a massive propeil space saver plastic bag.
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Description states a 4.2L V-8 SuperCharged for some reason
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Extra shipping and handling i guess if you want/need it installed.
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And the sagging headliner (which I also think came stock from the factory). By the way, is this exhaust set-up specific to California?
If my memory is correct, ours is like that too, and it came out of Colorado (both previous owners were there, but it could have been purchased out of a dealership in a different state of course)...Ours just isn't QUITE that clean
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And the sagging headliner (which I also think came stock from the factory). By the way, is this exhaust set-up specific to California?
Stock exhaust.
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Look how clean and bright the oil filler cap is!! That's just wrong to think that it's never had grubby oil covered hands remove it and soil it!!
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Stock exhaust.
Yup. A couple donors I bought had the original and it looked like that. I *think* you can still buy it from LR, or at least you could a while back. I agonized over what to run and ended up with a lightly used NRP from ECR's sell off as no borla is available for a NAS 110.
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Winches were optional extra.
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Not many around like this!
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Winches were optional extra.
I understand that, I just have never seen one without it. Similarly alloys were options on 94 D90s, but I only saw the promo truck without them.
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Wow. They still have about 500 miles before the oil lines become questionable. Nice to see pics of what they originally looked like! It's like a time capsule. NLRA should buy it and put in their HQ.
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Wow. They still have about 500 miles before the oil lines become questionable. Nice to see pics of what they originally looked like! It's like a time capsule. NLRA should buy it and put in their HQ.
They have a few. Number 250 is one of them.
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Gas light is on? I thought they never came with sensors... or i've never seen mine come on.
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Gas light is on? I thought they never came with sensors... or i've never seen mine come on.
110s have a different system. They have the idiot light.
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