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Old September 2nd, 2011, 09:56 AM
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1984 200TDI 110 CSW (stratos blue) - $18,500

Hey there, sorta new here within past three to four months but look forward to being part of the board for some time. In any event, I’m pretty sure I’ll have to sell my 1984 110 CSW before another Rover shows up at my house. I could probably keep it, but it would cost me more marital capital than it is worth.

I’m offering this to the D-90 Board for $18,500 and will be offering it elsewhere for $19,500 (without the front bull bar). After sticking a FS sign in the window for the past week and spending more time answering really ridiculous questions from no less than 30 people, I am exhausted. I swear, one guy spent 20 minutes pointing out paint issues and asking if it would fit in a Manhattan parking garage before he noticed it was right hand drive.
I welcome real questions and interest from real enthusiasts or even people with interest in Rovers.
Basic stats are:
RHD 110 CSW, 182,*** miles
Defender 200TDI upgraded engine with replaced timing belt and fewer but admittedly unknown miles.
LT77/LT230, Power Steering
Stratos Blue


The 200TDI runs very clean, pulls strong. I changed the oil (Mobil 1) about 2,500 miles ago in May and I added less than a half a quart to top it off last week (I’m told that’s normal with a turbo). Opening the oil fill cap reveals a very clean top end. I went through the truck pretty thoroughly before the summer, changing all the fluids, filters, replacing the starter, replacing pinion bearings/output bearings, seals so there would be zero down time. Freshly Waxoiled within past 6 months. Replaced the tires with proper 235/85/16 “skinnies” less than 1,500 miles ago (BF Goodrich Mud-Terrain). Added a 1000watt LED rear worklamp, Hella 700 fogs, swing-away tire carrier, Tuffy center console and rear seatbelts. I’ll reluctantly let the full Brownchurch galvanized roof rack go at this price, but the front bull bar is NOT included.
All the lights, turn signals and horn work and the truck just passed inspection a few weeks ago. The wipers work on low, but high-speed wipe does not. Otherwise, there is not a lot to talk about with regard to electronics (thank God).
A little history about the truck. I imported this back in May with the assistance of Doug C and have been really happy with it. My original intent was a weekend excursion rig, but quickly adopted it as my daily driver. I have two sets of US Customs documents signed/stamped so there is no confusion about this truck’s legitimacy in terms of being imported. One of the things I liked about the truck when I bought it was that aside from the Defender 200TDI engine upgrade, it was a very original, unmodified County Station Wagon. You could tell that the PO had dutifully maintained this truck and the few rusted areas were pretty evident and easy to fix. The doors were in great shape, skins perfect. Lower door channels on three doors will need replacement, but have not affected the skins. The rear door is a newer replacement and is perfect. The rear tub has some small areas under the jump seats that have been patched with checker plate. All frame extensions are great along with cross-members. One of the secondary (not one of the four primary) outriggers is rusted. I removed the headliner and upper door cards but they are in good shape and will be included with the sale (along with the middle front seat).
I can’t think of anything else at the moment and the picture link has some good shots of the underside and frame areas. Just bear in mind that I replaced the tires and added fog lights right after I took those pictures. I’d sum this up as a really solid, mostly original 110 CSW. Like any 25-year old rig, there are other flaws which I’m sure I either can’t find or haven’t noticed. Feel free to arrange a personal inspection.
Cheers,
Aynsley
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Old September 2nd, 2011, 10:05 AM
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Good luck with the sale. Whose 90 is that?
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Good luck with the sale. Whose 90 is that?
thanks!
The NAS90 is owned by a long-time D-90 member and I'm sure he'll chime in an reveal himself.
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Old September 2nd, 2011, 10:24 AM
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That tire cover is awesome. Do you have the seat covers to match? Good luck with the sale.
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Old September 2nd, 2011, 10:59 AM
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yeah, the M&M tire cover is cool (and hard to find). One of those items that the Buyer will have to pry out of my hands The M&M seatcovers were quoted at over $1,000, so I passed on that "deal".
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Old September 2nd, 2011, 11:24 AM
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yeah, the M&M tire cover is cool (and hard to find). One of those items that the Buyer will have to pry out of my hands The M&M seatcovers were quoted at over $1,000, so I passed on that "deal".

Rovers North has them on clearance.....


I wouldn't give it up. If you do let me know
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Old September 6th, 2011, 12:22 PM
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Several people have requested interior photos. Here are some I took prior to removing the front center seat and replacing with a Tuffy lockable storage console (from Rovers North). I had 3-point seatbelts added to the middle row seating as well. Also, the headliner is now removed but complete and in sections in my garage. I removed it to run the wiring for the rear floodlight. Never really cared to reinstall it. Anyway, here are some interior pictures. Pretty typical tan cloth from a CSW. No carpet (which I prefered).
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Old September 7th, 2011, 10:44 PM
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This is a great 110 and very solid. I have been in it (and driven it) offroad and on road. The 200TDI is really impressive. That is my 90 in the pic.
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Old September 8th, 2011, 09:10 AM
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What a sexy truck and a great price to boost

Will be gone in no time


P.S. where is it parked? so we can drive by and mistakenly take that M&M tire cover *LOL*
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Old September 8th, 2011, 10:19 AM
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more photos (including interior)

THese are from earlier today.
I will also try to upload a quick cell-phone video showing starting, running etc.

I should probably remove the bull bar as to not mislead anyone (because I intend to keep that bit), but I'm not going through the hassle of removal unless I sell it. The fogs are Hella 700FF and I'm not attached to them at all, so they are included. Fogs are wired correctly (with relay) and on an independent LR accessory switch so the headlight switch does not burn out. This bull bar will fit my other 110 perfectly and I don't see a lot like this one (sits very close in to the front).
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so why are you selling it?
As I said the original post (and I'm sure 90% of you will understand), I only have enough leverage with wifey to keep one or two toys at once these days. I've purchased another 110.
Believe me, it's not that I don't love this truck (especially the 200TDI), but I had an oppurtunity to buy a fully restored 110 at a sweet price and couldn't pass on it. I can't afford the premium that it will cost to pay off my wife in order to keep both rigs.
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Soooo, no sale yet.
I'd think that D-90 Source would have generated more response. I have not advertized or offered this anywhere else and will do anything to avoid dealing with the type of buyers that Craigs or eBay attracts.

Seriously, this is a great deal at $18,500.

My (other) restored 110 is arriving in a few weeks. I guess I should plan on explaining to the wife that Rovers are a legitimate disease.
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i am eyeballing another rover but my other half would kick me out and cut me off!! the love is real so i will cease and desist ...
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A year from now I hope to be all over something like this. Price is great, location is perfect but timing is terrible.
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