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Old April 14th, 2008, 03:47 PM
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1991 Range Rover Hunter

Chris, I'm breaking this out into another thread -- let me know if this is inappropriate, thanks.

1991 Hunter
125,000 +/- miles
Green
NOW $2750 and reasonable offers entertained

The good:
ARB front bumper
Full NRP exhaust
NRP cat sliders
dual battery hookup, only one installed now
Cobra CB with remote speaker
Hilift mounted on ARB
Usual cloth Interior with manual seats
Dog Guard
OME Lift @ 2"
235/85 BFG MTs in good shape on 3 spokes with a stock spare
no sunroof to leak
sliders with outriggers (look like RTE)
steering guard
dif guards front and rear
Runs remarkably well.
Very little rust save the liftgate

The Bad:
It's beat up. LOTS of dents. It belonged to a friend of mine that apprenticed to Bill Burke and consequently got wheeled. A lot. Liftgate shot. Update, small seat is included and installed and includes waterproof seatcover. Headliner removed though the backing is still there. . Could use a battery management system. Still 10 spline and open. Oh, and the paint has faded at vastly different rates by panel. It's . . . distinctive.

It's a great trail truck that I use as a daily driver (have the 90 for a trail truck). I'd like to see $2750 out of it, but appreciate its shortcomings. This price reflects the removal of the Superwinch X9 and arb compressor that are mounted now. For the right price I can include.
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Chris, I'm breaking this out into another thread -- let me know if this is inappropriate, thanks.
Thats cool.. it should actually work out better for you anyway in trying to sell it by having its own thread.
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