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Old January 14th, 2009, 10:50 AM
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Nice 110 tdi

Saw this on roverexchange looks like a good buy

Advertisement to SELL; Product: 1983 DEFENDER ; Price: 17000 OBO; (Currency: US Dollars);
'83 110 SW 200Tdi Galv Chassis
A genuine 1983 Land Rover 110 5dr Station Wagon. In 2003, this vehicle was fitted with a brand new, heavy duty galvanized chassis. Before being fitted, the chassis was coated with a very heavy and durable coating, so this chassis should last indefinitely. It has been fitted with a 200Tdi engine that was rebulit in 2007, an LT77 5speed gear box, and a high ratio transfer case. It has pwr steering, pwr brakes w/ front discs and Defender seats so it's comfortable to travel in. In 2008 it was fitted with all new shock absorbers and all new brake pads and shoes. This vehicle is 26 years old and for its age is a very good truck. It does show signs of wear and could do with some cosmetics to make it a top class vehicle. Also, the speedometer is slightly off, I beleve because of the new transfer case. The mechanics are very good as everything has been replaced over the last 6 years. It returns about 28-30 mpg and will run all day at 65-70 mph. Feel free to call or email w/ any questions or to test drive it. (336)259-1253. Thanks for your interest.
Jeremy Dennis.
Jamestown, North Carolina, United States of America - 10 January 2009
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Old January 19th, 2009, 11:01 AM
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Looks like he just posted it on craigslist. More pictures. http://greensboro.craigslist.org/cto/998189122.html
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Old January 19th, 2009, 11:18 AM
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Why would you coat a galvanized chassis? That rear crossmember doesnt look pretty.
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Old January 19th, 2009, 12:14 PM
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That rear crossmember doesnt look pretty.
I agree. I tried painting the galv'd chassis on my old 90 and after about 100 miles it looked like it had been pebble-dashed.

Left it "plain" metal on my 110 (also galv'd), much less hassle.

Looks like an OK 110 though... definately an early one judging by the trim/doors etc.
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Old January 19th, 2009, 12:50 PM
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Yeah the rear cross member is weird. Maybe red paint? Also, the interior is white but the bulkhead is green?
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