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Old April 10th, 2009, 12:28 PM
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Cool 1993 DEFENDER 110. $30k IN UPGRADES. LOW MILES. MUST SELL

CHEAP @ $50K


Own a piece of history, this is truely one of the rarest and meanest SUV's on the market.

Only 500 produced and imported to the United States. This vehicle is number 366 of 500. This two owner vehicle has 92,400 original miles and only 4,600 miles on a brand new 4.6L V8 motor (original 3.9L intake left on). Truck was more of a highway queen then an off road machine but she was taken on the trails (see details below). I have extensive paperwork and receipts for a decent amount of extras, services, etc. Clean carfax with NO issues and NO accidents, etc. Clear Colorado title, 2 owner truck. No surprises here (unlike most of them out there)

Mechanics: Brand new 4.6L V8 (W/ all documentation). Original 5 speed transmission. Runs like its brand new and EXTREMELY reliable. Everything works…lights, wipers, heat, off road accessories, etc.

Interior: Excellent shape with no rips on the seats, etc. Brand new carpet kit. All the rear side seats included and are near perfect as well (never sat on…always out of the vehicle).

Body: Body is nice. Has some road rashes (two on the hood, a few on the sides and one in the rear passenger quarter panel and one on the rear tailgate). Paint is in good shape with no fading or major scratches. Aluminum panels are solid and car lived in a dry climate. Some evidence of moisture build up on the bottom of the doors and around the original metal door screws which is common. Floor boards and firewall is solid. Nothing really in need of repair.

Undercarriage: Near flawless. Sprayed early in its life with rust protection. No rust anywhere. Limited scratches from limited four wheeling. Skid plates throughout the undercarriage.

No expense spared for the aftermarket parts for this D110.

Aftermarket Accessories Include:

ARB Lockers front AND rear

Custom exhaust run up through driver rear quarter panel (no dragging, etc.)

New roof rack w/ ladder and external roll cage

Old Man Emu 2.5” springs

New era Defender 110 center dash / control panel (so much better see pics)

Full undercarriage armor (axels plates, skid plates, corner panel steel protectors)

Mantech rear tire carrier to take the weight off the rear door

ARB front pre runner bumper with Hella off road lights

Superwinch Husky 10,000 pound winch with synthetic rope

Disc Brake conversion (Disc brakes on front and rear)

CB Radio

On board air compressor (hoses included). Connector under hood OR in rear bumper.

High output. No more waiting around.

Tuffy locking storage for center counsel and two rear cargo steel tuffy storage compartments on rear fenders

Custom Alpine stereo system with in counsel CD Player. Sounds excellent.

Heavy duty tow hitch

Dual Batteries with Shut Off Valve

Land Rover rubber weather floor mats

Custom interior lights throughout

Custom aluminum heavy duty radiator with multiple fans and custom cut ventilation holes on the hood (this car could run in 150 degree weather and not over heat)

Refrigerator in rear run off cigarette lighter. Also has AC plug.

Cargo cage separating cargo area and passenger seats

Diamond platted hood and front fenders

Studded snow tires and 32” mud tires (plenty of tread on both)

Sunroof (does not leak like most the D90 hardtops)

If desired, this vehicle could be easily taken back to stock condition. I take my auctions very seriously and have sold vehicles from my collection on Ebay. I represent with 100% integrity (Check my feedback…most from car sales). Call with any questions (303-725-2671). VERY LOW BUY IT NOW PRICE!.

check out the auction:
[font='Arial','sans-serif']http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1993-Land-Rover-Defender-110-Rare-30K-in-extras-LOOK_W0QQitemZ180344791577QQcmdZViewItemQQptZUS_Ca rs_Trucks?hash=item180344791577&_trksid=p4506.c0.m 245&_trkparms=72%3A317|65%3A12|39%3A1|240%3A1318[/font]



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Old April 10th, 2009, 12:31 PM
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HA HA!

The BWO truck returns!!

4.6L, are you sure about that?
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Old April 10th, 2009, 01:12 PM
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Old April 11th, 2009, 06:59 PM
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"If desired, this vehicle could be easily taken back to stock condition."

That, I'd like to see.

Follow-up Post:

Say, who made this little corner piece?
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Old April 11th, 2009, 07:34 PM
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If I am not mistaken, this vehicle was flopped when BO Overland had it...

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Old April 12th, 2009, 11:54 AM
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If I were to go with a redone 110, I would go ECR or nothing at all. Glad people do this as original NAS 110s become that much more desireable. I predict most of these will eventually return to stock at great expense. After seeing and driving several modified 110s, I prefer a stock NAS 110 with the 380 trans., upgraded oil cooler lines, new stereo and that's about it.

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Originally Posted by coryp22
CHEAP @ $50K


Own a piece of history, this is truely one of the rarest and meanest SUV's on the market.

Only 500 produced and imported to the United States. This vehicle is number 366 of 500. This two owner vehicle has 92,400 original miles and only 4,600 miles on a brand new 4.6L V8 motor (original 3.9L intake left on). Truck was more of a highway queen then an off road machine but she was taken on the trails (see details below). I have extensive paperwork and receipts for a decent amount of extras, services, etc. Clean carfax with NO issues and NO accidents, etc. Clear Colorado title, 2 owner truck. No surprises here (unlike most of them out there)

Mechanics: Brand new 4.6L V8 (W/ all documentation). Original 5 speed transmission. Runs like its brand new and EXTREMELY reliable. Everything works…lights, wipers, heat, off road accessories, etc.

Interior: Excellent shape with no rips on the seats, etc. Brand new carpet kit. All the rear side seats included and are near perfect as well (never sat on…always out of the vehicle).

Body: Body is nice. Has some road rashes (two on the hood, a few on the sides and one in the rear passenger quarter panel and one on the rear tailgate). Paint is in good shape with no fading or major scratches. Aluminum panels are solid and car lived in a dry climate. Some evidence of moisture build up on the bottom of the doors and around the original metal door screws which is common. Floor boards and firewall is solid. Nothing really in need of repair.

Undercarriage: Near flawless. Sprayed early in its life with rust protection. No rust anywhere. Limited scratches from limited four wheeling. Skid plates throughout the undercarriage.

No expense spared for the aftermarket parts for this D110.

Aftermarket Accessories Include:

ARB Lockers front AND rear

Custom exhaust run up through driver rear quarter panel (no dragging, etc.)

New roof rack w/ ladder and external roll cage

Old Man Emu 2.5” springs

New era Defender 110 center dash / control panel (so much better see pics)

Full undercarriage armor (axels plates, skid plates, corner panel steel protectors)

Mantech rear tire carrier to take the weight off the rear door

ARB front pre runner bumper with Hella off road lights

Superwinch Husky 10,000 pound winch with synthetic rope

Disc Brake conversion (Disc brakes on front and rear)

CB Radio

On board air compressor (hoses included). Connector under hood OR in rear bumper.

High output. No more waiting around.

Tuffy locking storage for center counsel and two rear cargo steel tuffy storage compartments on rear fenders

Custom Alpine stereo system with in counsel CD Player. Sounds excellent.

Heavy duty tow hitch

Dual Batteries with Shut Off Valve

Land Rover rubber weather floor mats

Custom interior lights throughout

Custom aluminum heavy duty radiator with multiple fans and custom cut ventilation holes on the hood (this car could run in 150 degree weather and not over heat)

Refrigerator in rear run off cigarette lighter. Also has AC plug.

Cargo cage separating cargo area and passenger seats

Diamond platted hood and front fenders

Studded snow tires and 32” mud tires (plenty of tread on both)

Sunroof (does not leak like most the D90 hardtops)

If desired, this vehicle could be easily taken back to stock condition. I take my auctions very seriously and have sold vehicles from my collection on Ebay. I represent with 100% integrity (Check my feedback…most from car sales). Call with any questions (303-725-2671). VERY LOW BUY IT NOW PRICE!.

check out the auction:
[font=Arial','sans-serif]http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1993-Land-Rover-Defender-110-Rare-30K-in-extras-LOOK_W0QQitemZ180344791577QQcmdZViewItemQQptZUS_Ca rs_Trucks?hash=item180344791577&_trksid=p4506.c0.m 245&_trkparms=72%3A317|65%3A12|39%3A1|240%3A1318[/font]



Pictures can be found at:
[font=Arial','sans-serif]<a href="http://s296.photobucket.com/albums/mm169/ctphillips/D110/?action=view&current=IMG_2997.jpg" target="_blank"><img src="http://i296.photobucket.com/albums/mm169/ctphillips/D110/IMG_2997.jpg" border="0" alt="Photobucket"></a>[/font]



call me: Chris 303*725*2671
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Old April 18th, 2009, 10:11 AM
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Does anyone have first hand knowledge of this truck. I think I know the guy who just bought it and am curious what he got himself into. It does not seem that bad to me other than the mods.
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Old April 19th, 2009, 12:27 PM
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Does anyone have first hand knowledge of this truck. I think I know the guy who just bought it and am curious what he got himself into. It does not seem that bad to me other than the mods.
Yes, the need for a new roof rack w/ ladder and external roll cage
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Old April 19th, 2009, 01:15 PM
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Sold for $48K, I am glad to see the NAS 110 market is not softening up with the recession! Woohoo.
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Old April 19th, 2009, 05:11 PM
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Yes, the need for a new roof rack w/ ladder and external roll cage
?, what is wrong with the rack it has and cage that it has?
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Old April 20th, 2009, 12:26 AM
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I think it's a crime to keep a rover of this caliber in a prize stable it's whole life. Rover's where meant to be modified and driven with mud on the oval. #234 isn't going to be original for a long time, that's for sure. To each his or her own I guess. I never understood the collector mindset obsessing about factory originality.
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Old April 20th, 2009, 10:57 AM
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I think it's a crime to keep a rover of this caliber in a prize stable it's whole life. Rover's where meant to be modified and driven with mud on the oval. #234 isn't going to be original for a long time, that's for sure. To each his or her own I guess. I never understood the collector mindset obsessing about factory originality.
Therein lies one of the great debates in the unique/rare/collectable vehicle world.

Doesn't matter if it's Rovers, Corvettes, or anything with a multi-carbed big block from the 60's and 70's.

Any vehicle is only original once. The collector mindset focuses more on the historical / preservation aspect (and, some would argue, the value). That is why so called "Survivor" vehicles command such money. Next to that is the ultra-restoration crowd that will pay huge money for anything that allows them to replicate - with exacting detail - the way their vehicles looked when they rolled off the assembly line.
(Check out what original, 'H'code, 15" plain black steel wheels for a 1969 lift-off hood 440-6 Barrel Plymouth Road Runner go for these days.)

Some collectors believe that current owners are merely caretakers of historical icons, and that with the privilege of ownership, comes the responsibility of preserving a piece of history so that future generations can enjoy them as well.

Just as you have never understood the collector mindset obsessing about factory originality; there are those purists that cannot comprehend sticking a 350 Chevy in a '32 Ford - or a diesel in a 1 of 500 NAS Rover.

Different strokes...
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Old April 21st, 2009, 03:46 PM
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Well said. I'm not taking the counter argument that purists should modify their vehicles at all. I'm just stating that I did, I'll do it again with my vehicle, and I could never understand the motivation of the purists...to the point that I agree with them.
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Old June 23rd, 2009, 10:35 PM
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Does anyone have first hand knowledge of this truck. I think I know the guy who just bought it and am curious what he got himself into. It does not seem that bad to me other than the mods.
Yes. This truck was previously residing in Maine. I know the former owner. What info do you need?
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Old June 24th, 2009, 10:03 AM
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Was mostly just wondering why everyone was knocking on it. It does not seem that back to me.
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Old June 25th, 2009, 09:19 PM
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Oh, Michael, Michael, don't you watch reality TV? It got knocked because:

1. look at the date the seller joined this site and posted. It was just for the sale.
2. The post is a rah rah better served to the Ebay crowd than these avid professionals.
2. this site is omnipitent when it comes to knowledge of all Rovers. (For example, if your #23 had an affair, maybe a nip or tuck she doesn't talk about , a bit o rust under a new coat of paint - this site will know the truth and talk about it).
3. The truck in question, were it a real woman , would have a reputation. Not saying that's a bad thing, just saying there's lots to talk about.
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Old June 25th, 2009, 10:38 PM
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I hear you Paul but there were some things said I still cant figure out(roof rack bad, is it a 4.6?).
The buyer of this truck was local to me and wanted mine(I think) but I backed out and decided to keep my 110. But hey, we all had a first post at some point right? And on another note if a lot of the trucks that the best shops and people on this site have built had a reputation like a woman it would be a cross between Joan Rivers and Pamela Anderson(I think between them they have had every part replaced)
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Oh, Michael, Michael, don't you watch reality TV? It got knocked because:

1. look at the date the seller joined this site and posted. It was just for the sale.
2. The post is a rah rah better served to the Ebay crowd than these avid professionals.
2. this site is omnipitent when it comes to knowledge of all Rovers. (For example, if your #23 had an affair, maybe a nip or tuck she doesn't talk about , a bit o rust under a new coat of paint - this site will know the truth and talk about it).
3. The truck in question, were it a real woman , would have a reputation. Not saying that's a bad thing, just saying there's lots to talk about.
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Old June 26th, 2009, 02:03 AM
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I remember this truck from when Jesse had it. It lived its life in Maine and had significant corrosion (enough that ECR replaced the doors under Land Rover's corrosion warranty and galvanized the cappings). It was also heavily offroaded (when I saw it in 2001/2ish halloween extreme it had 37in tires and some pretty heavy dents and dings). I am not saying it is bad or anything, but it was clearly used as intended so to speak.

PS this is information from eight year old memory so don't hold me too it.
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Old June 26th, 2009, 03:42 PM
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Joan Rivers or Pam... I think I like mine ala carl's Jr:
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Old June 26th, 2009, 04:02 PM
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I agree!
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Joan Rivers or Pam... I think I like mine ala carl's Jr:
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