1989 LHD D90 2.5TD just rebuilt and repainted $23,500
another one of our french built D90's. Its a 1989 LHD 2.5TD with the 1.4 box. with 84,000k
We have fitted a completely rebuilt 2.5TD (rebuild info below), reconditioned ashcroft gearbox, reconditioned 1.4 t case. We have gone over the brakes, electrical's, suspension, and drive train. If it needed fixing we did it. Chassis and bulkhead are excellent! Its stripped inside right now as its being repainted white inside and out. Previous owner had painted it gray inside and had done a piss poor job. We are also fitting new exmoor front seats and tuff box. This will be a turn key, everything working, freshly painted 90.
A couple members on hear have our last couple LHD 90 builds. If any one would like to talk to them shoot me a PM and ill send you contact numbers.
Price is $23,500. With only $2,500 deposit due up front rest on pick up in VT or before it leaves VT.
SAL Manufacturer code: Land Rover
LD Model: Defender (for early models: Ninety, or One Ten)
V Wheel base: 92.9 inch, but designated 90
A Body type: 2-door: Pickup, hood cab, truck cab, or soft/hard top
B Engine type: 2.5 litre diesel turbo (model 19J)
8 Steering and transmission: Left-hand drive (LHD), 5-speed manual (LT85, LT77, LT77S, R380 or other)
F Model year: 1989
A Assembly location: Solihull, UK
373785 Serial number
Some backround and general info on the builds.
LHD D90 builds a have a fully reconditioned engine, supplied by Cotterell Engineering Ltd in England, a fully reconditioned gearbox from Ashcroft Transmissions and a reconditioned transfer box reconditioned by Alan himself. Then the truck is completely checked over mechanically, replacing anything that needs changing including the steering and brake systems, the electrical and lighting systems, the complete suspension, the exhaust system and the seating.
A little history in on our LHD D90 restoration specialist.
Alan Langridge is a Director of Village Land Engineering Ltd., a British company that exports reconditioned engines, transmissions and steering parts solely into France. Alan studied motor engineering with the Institute of the British Motor Industry at Brighton Technical College, UK. After leaving college with an A.M.I.M.I, he designed and built single seater racing cars and for his contribution to the motor industry, he was awarded full membership of the Institute in 1984. Following his passion for Land Rovers, Alan formed Village Land in 2005, and began buying, rebuilding and selling Land Rovers. The business today has evolved into selling engines, gearboxes and steering, and is considered as one of Ashcroft Transmissions leading suppliers into France.
What we do to each engine we rebuild.
Chemically cleaned and pressure tested, all threads checked and rectified.
New core plugs.
New valve guides.
Recut valve veats.
New valve eals.
New pre-combustion chamber hot spots.
New injector seats
Chemically cleaned and pressure tested, all threads checked and rectified..
Rebored, honed and resurfaced.
New core plugs.
Crankshaft crack detected, checked for tolerance and polished or reground.
New teflon coated pistons.
New oil pump.
New camshaft bearings fitted and honed.
Tappet assembly checked and replaced where necessary.
New big ends, main bearings and thrust washers.
New cylinder head bolts.
New water pump.
New temp and pressure sensors.
New cambelt and tensioner.
New joints, oil seals, oil filter and gaskets.
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