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Old October 24th, 2014, 04:36 PM
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1986 RHD 110 Station Wagon

1986 Ex-military 110 RHD, 3.5 V8. new Terrafirma shocks, springs, lift, new front axle, housing, differential, upgraded front disc brakes, new rear brakes, new clutch, new rear engine seal, new rear crossmember, all signal lights with harnesses have been replaced, new radiator, bumper was added with two 2 Hella 4000 lights, as well as roof rack. It comes with four excellent condition Exmoor folding cargo seats, four new-ish Hella Rally 5000 lights(two wide beam, two narrow), and a Warn 8000 winch that has little use at all, new Terrafirma steering damper and ball joints, new receiver towing hitch, 48" hi lift jack with mount, new-ish locking Range Rover cubby for front seat with upward radio mount. Purists stop reading now.....I have four Mint condition manual operation leather seats from a(2) BMW M3 that was going to replace the front and rear seats that can come with the Rover. My plan was to install a flip down door on side of battery case with battery connectors and fabricate a seat box for the rear. I almost forgot, it comes with a rust free bulkhead. I will put this on Feebay next Wednesday, I just wanted to try and keep it in the community. $18k
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Old October 25th, 2014, 10:45 PM
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Any chance you would be willing to sell the BMW seats separately? Just picked up an e30 to get my wrenching fix while Will does his thing and am looking for a pair of M/sport seats.
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Old November 17th, 2014, 03:58 PM
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Old November 18th, 2014, 07:16 AM
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Lots of interesting parts. GLWTS

That roof rack looks sweet too.
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Old November 18th, 2014, 11:19 AM
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Thank you. I havent figured out why some trucks on here get overwhelming responses and some get zero.
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Old November 18th, 2014, 12:11 PM
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Depends on what you have left to work with after you toss out the cruddy bits. Not meaning to be negative, is this a crack?
Replacing doors on all restorations is normal for me. But I do need something to start with mainly frame, tub, bulkhead and axles.
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Old November 18th, 2014, 12:18 PM
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Not a crack, that is where the CM was welded to the frame, I have yet to grind it and paint it. I dont take anything as negative, a question is a question, happy to answer anything. The bulkhead needs to be replaced and a rust free one is included in the sale.
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Old November 18th, 2014, 12:36 PM
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On disassembly, in your opinion after the chassis has been media blasted and powder coated will it come back to as new? Or are there issues other than what is obvious in photos.
Basically what I am asking is if the outriggers are replaced will it look new again. I am very particular. Thank you.
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Old November 18th, 2014, 12:41 PM
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Once the OR is replaced and blasted yes, it will be in great shape. I took as many pictures as possible and aside the outrigger on one side it is solid.
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Old November 19th, 2014, 07:23 AM
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Thank you. I havent figured out why some trucks on here get overwhelming responses and some get zero.
Throw a tdi in it and your world will change.
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Old November 19th, 2014, 08:47 AM
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I wouldnt drive a Defender for gas mileage, the V8 is better off road and in traffic. I have driven both and prefer the V8. To each his own....but I get the point you are trying to make, it would move faster is my guess.
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Old November 19th, 2014, 09:53 AM
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I wouldnt drive a Defender for gas mileage, the V8 is better off road and in traffic. I have driven both and prefer the V8. To each his own....but I get the point you are trying to make, it would move faster is my guess.
Yeah, I agree, MPG savings is a weak excuse for installing ancient diesel technology. I doubt that is the reason most of the members here prefer TDi's. I'm sure it has been used to convince a wife or two and get family approval, no doubt. Your truck is in typical rough shape and to move it quickly it would help if it had something extra special to it. A few months back two sold in a package deal for less than you are currently asking, if that puts things in perspective. Four years ago this was special, not so much anymore primarily because the supply for ordinary ROW 110's is effectively endless now.

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Yeah, I agree, MPG savings is a weak excuse for installing ancient diesel technology. I doubt that is the reason most of the members here prefer TDi's. I'm sure it has been used to convince a wife or two and get family approval, no doubt. Your truck is in typical rough shape and to move it quickly it would help if it had something extra special to it. A few months back two sold in a package deal for less than you are currently asking, if that puts things in perspective. Four years ago this was special, not so much anymore primarily because the supply for ordinary ROW 110's is effectively endless now. Clay
Yeah pretty much hit the nail on the head. 300 tdi's move these because it's likely to have a longer lifespan and it's generally accepted that it's a $5k add on for typical row trucks. A lot of guys eye the swap from the get go. Not necessarily a better or worse engine imo but I'd take this v8 over a 2.5NA any day.

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Old November 19th, 2014, 07:27 PM
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On disassembly, in your opinion after the chassis has been media blasted and powder coated will it come back to as new? Or are there issues other than what is obvious in photos.
Basically what I am asking is if the outriggers are replaced will it look new again. I am very particular. Thank you.
A frame that is rusty and has been welded on is not going to look new again. If you are going through the trouble of building a truck from the ground up, why would you not start with a new frame? I'd rather have a rust free frame and than new doors, but that's just me. I guess it doesn't really matter since a powder coated frame is going to rust out anyway...
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A frame that is rusty and has been welded on is not going to look new again. If you are going through the trouble of building a truck from the ground up, why would you not start with a new frame? I'd rather have a rust free frame and than new doors, but that's just me. I guess it doesn't really matter since a powder coated frame is going to rust out anyway...
Someone had to say it...
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Old November 20th, 2014, 01:05 PM
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Thank you. I havent figured out why some trucks on here get overwhelming responses and some get zero.
Probably a few people that know how much it sold for on Ebay a few months ago as well. You've done some things to it since then, but the price is quite a bit higher.
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A frame that is rusty and has been welded on is not going to look new again. If you are going through the trouble of building a truck from the ground up, why would you not start with a new frame? I'd rather have a rust free frame and than new doors, but that's just me. I guess it doesn't really matter since a powder coated frame is going to rust out anyway...
Bigger picture-Himalaya sells many of his trucks to export buyers. The original VIN stamping's become crucial in that circumstance. @ that price point unquestionable legality is key.
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Old November 21st, 2014, 02:43 PM
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All very good points. Honestly I am, at $15k, just trying to get out what I have in the truck, no profit to be made. Chocolate machinery is costly stuff so having one machine that makes money and another that burns money, Im going with the money maker. The vin plate is still attached and have done what research that is available to make sure its legit, and it is. RSV in Jamestown also did some digging and found out exactly when this truck was taken out of the military, and who owned it in England, and then brought it over.
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