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Old May 2nd, 2005, 08:14 PM
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This D90 is for sale. Its a 1985. Imported from england in 2000. it is totally rebuilt, like im talking everything. it has a new tdi300 in it. With 40,000 miles on it. The only thing that it doesnt have is a NAS roll cage. It has a 6 point chasis mount roll cage. It has NAS lights all the way around. All parts were rebuilt in 2000-2002. New axles and diffs, everything. New paint. It was at a Land rover dealer. Now its a personel sale. It has a hardtop. My question is what is this D90 worth? And where and how much is a NAS roll cage and softtop worth? Hard to come by?
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Old May 2nd, 2005, 10:44 PM
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Its a lefthand drive. it originally came with a 2.5, and a brand new tdi300 was installed in 2001. Extra offset rims for offroading also. Anyone have any idea what this is worth in excellent shape. Any other info needed to help tell what it is worth?
Also the truck is located in Canada, along with me.
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Old May 2nd, 2005, 10:58 PM
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It has a NAS cage. It looks like an AL top so there is no cage that goes inside. I would say about 14-18k Just a guess. With a guaranteed title, I don't know anything about Canada's import laws. But to be a dick, it is not a Defender, it is simply a 90. The D90 started in 1990.
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Old May 4th, 2005, 02:20 AM
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Is the chassis in excellent shape?
They start getting really crusty at that age, I've got one. So far I've had to replace the rear cross member and I don't think the MOT man is going to be too impressed with the outriggers that hold he bulk head in place or the rear mnounting for the fuel tank. Looks like I'll be firing up the sparkly spanner and hot metal glue gun.
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Yeah the Chasis is in good shape. There a steering leak and a couple little things. My only concern is a dent in the front diff. Going to look at this week hopefully.
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Dent in the front diff pan isn't unusual for something that's been offroaded and not really a concern if it's not in contact with the crown wheel in which case a hole would have been worn through tthe diff pan and the oil would be leaking out. If you're keen the diff could be removed and he dent beaten out, they usually take a lot more effort ot straighten that to dent in the first place and then there's always the risk that the case could split
Best to0 let sleeping dogs lie if it doesn't leak
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