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Old February 1st, 2009, 07:21 PM
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So the rust and the dent in the back aren't a big deal?
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Old February 1st, 2009, 07:32 PM
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at any price south of 40K, it is a steal.

I see no rust of major concern. Sure, that surface rust showing on the bulk head needs to be address asap, but it looks more superficial than anything.

If you don't buy it, ... shoot me an e-mail!

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Old February 1st, 2009, 07:55 PM
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Thanks, should be in my driveway within the week.

Odds are the steps, pushbar, and winch will be coming off it asap if anyone is in need and wants to make me an offer. The basket as well.
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Old February 1st, 2009, 08:27 PM
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Wow, I happen to know the owner of that 110. I will have to call them and see what they want for it.














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Old February 1st, 2009, 08:47 PM
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I would agree with Dendy. It looks very solid. That rear could be repaired relatively inexpensively and so could the surface rust you pointed out. Looks like it needs a TC reseal but that's no big deal. I would jump on it if you can get it for less than $40k
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... and at that price, ... at least you get to enjoy your money, and it holds its value better than if it were in the bank ... or even much better than if it were in the stock market!!

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Old February 1st, 2009, 10:33 PM
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Looks reasonably decent from the pix, which of course don't show everything. Any price in the 30's should be considered a decent value, but I paid 30 for mine and its a basket case. This looks substantially better than a basket case.

The rust on the bulkhead will be worse than it looks, because rust is always worse than it looks, but it looks quite serviceable. Even things like the running boards don't have as much rust on them as they often do though, so there are many positives. It appears fairly unmolested - what's the bet that winch cover has never been off.

I also think its funny how a Rover looks fine with "bandages" on the roof rack.
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Would you jump on it if it was 40 even?
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If I was in the market and had 40k, I would consider it a fine value for the money. I will probably cost more than 10k to get my 30k truck into that condition. What is nice about it is that 110's are often marketed by pie-in-the-sky sellers who think they sitting on a gold mine. Most people realize that a POS like mine should be cheap, but the trick is to keep from paying 50k for one like you're looking at. I believe that many trucks on the market probably aren't much nicer than this one here (even if they are cleaner and prepped for sale), but are offered for much more money.
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Old February 1st, 2009, 11:11 PM
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Cool thanks
what does it entail to fix that rust on the bulkhead and the funny patch on the back? Winch has never been used. Roof basket was a parking garage mishap. The owner said he thought there was a rust repair in the battery compartment but I didn't see it. He has pictures though with his records.
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The battery box doesn't matter - it can be replaced easily by itself or the entire seat box if need be, either way, its not really significant.

You can't know what's required to fix the rear end and the bulkhead without more exploration or knowledge. Worst case, the outer rear fender skin can be replaced by someone who does aluminum work. The bulkhead might not need more than a good wire wheel, paint, and waxoyl - but it might need more. Either way, in LA, its not like you are counting the number of winters that it will last through - you'll probably want to fix it for aesthetic reasons prior to structural.

Neither of those things would be deal anything close to breakers for me. That's just normal 15 year old car wear and tear.
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Would you jump on it if it was 40 even?

Again...where do I sign up? Get it home, clean it up. Put it on ebay and test the theory. Even in this market it will easily pull 45k at a min.
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I agree with all said and I have had two 110's to pick through in the last year. I sold my last 110 for under 30k but it was off roaded hard and it showed. No rust but it would take at least 10k worth of body parts to clean it up(and I am not counting the frame dents it had) but it had no chasis rot at all. I would be all over this 110 if I wanted another one. I might put my 110 on ebay and I would keep it before I would let it go for less than 43k to 45k.
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Old February 2nd, 2009, 01:17 AM
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Thanks everyone. Love the defender community. once it is mine and cleaned new pics will be up
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I'm just glad someone will be taking this truck in and caring for it. Tears me up to see a Defender neglected like this one.
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neglected because it sits? or because it hasnt had a bath in a year?
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