It's time for me to part with the 110. My main reasons for selling, as I'm sure many will ask, is to continue in my current lifestyle which doesn't, at the moment, bring in a lot of cash. Plus I would like to do more international travel and the sale of this vehicle will help with that. It's been a good truck and I'll be sad when it goes.
The price is $54,900 and comes with many extras listed below. Pictures will be posted after this thread. I will be leaving for Nepal for 3.5 weeks in about 5 days so my friend Dan Cronin will be handling the sale. While not the best timing, I will be glad to answer questions up until then and afterward as well if the truck has not sold. Dan helped remove the petrol and install the diesel engine, as well as spending many, many other hours under the truck and knows it well.
18% of the purchase price will be donated to charity. The exact charities have still to be determined and I'd be willing to listen to who the buyer is interested in donating to.
Truck is current located on Bothell, Washington and registered in Island County where I live. Email email@example.com
or phone 425-359-5890 .
- NAS D110 #322
- 190,000 miles on the odometer, but that's about 3000 shy of actual (plus with the tires size, the speedo is high by about 9%)
- Engine replaced 7000 miles ago. International 2.8 TGV (variable gate turbo) diesel, 4 cylinder. Bought engine and mounting kit from M&D Engineering
in the UK. Averages 18.6MPG on road trips and 18MPG offroad. It's been run on mostly Biodiesel in different blends. Has glow plugs.
- ZF automatic 4 speed transmission out of a Discovery. Rebuilt 7000 miles ago by Pendy.
- LT230 Transfer case with 1.2:1 ratio and Q gears. Rebuilt 7000 miles ago by Wild Kingdom Offroad
- It's getting a set of brand new tires today. Goodyear Silent Armor AT, 235/85/16 (tires are on now)
- Old Man Emu
suspension. Expedition rated nitro springs and shocks giving it about 2" of lift over old Bilstien
third generation T-Top 1400 tent with side walls and ground cover. Installed 1 year ago and used about 20 nights. Bolted directly to exterior roll cage with 4 grade 8 bolts. Can be removed by 2 people.
- Set of 4 Hella 4000 lights. Currently not wired in.
- Spare fuel tank from a D-90. aprx 12 gallons under the passenger seat. Hooked to two fuel switches (input/output). Switches flawlessly while driving. Total capacity with main tank is about 33 gallons for an average range of 600 miles on a two tank fill.
- Zippered spare tire cover has room for recovery gear. Came from Rovers North.
- New brake pads all around and new rotors up front. Change in the last 1400 miles.
- Tuffy security center console
- ARB front bumper
- Warn M8000 winch
- 125'x3/8" winchline.com
winch...uhhh....line. This is the combo line noted here
- Remote mounted winch controller in Tuffy box
- Mantec snorkel
- 6 qty 18"x60" sand ladders included. When stacked on top of each other (layer of 2 mats) can be used as a bridging ladder.
- Various parts and attachments (hubnut socket, winchline repair kit, fuel filter, etc...)
That's a quick run down of what's what. Here's some of the things to note:
- Rear jump seats and carpet removed. I have the rear jump seats and seatbelts and they are included. I removed them to increase rear capacity and to possibly install a Truck Vault
- Transfer case has a leak from a sheared bolt. Need about 10oz every 2000 miles.
- Parking brake is currently not installed. Needs a mounting bracket.
- Tach is not hooked up
- Minor dents to rear quarter panels (seen in pictures)
- Speedo reads 9% over as noted, so millage is actually lower.
- I've owned the truck since September of 2003. before me there were two owners; one for 6 months and the other for 9 years.
- Kenwood CD Stereo is included but not hooked up. I'd suggest getting a new set of speakers as the ones in it are old and worn. Includes a multicontroller, Sirius radio controller, weather band tuner and an aux jack for the likes of CB or iPod. Stereo locks in Tuffy box.
- It could use an upgrade to the cooling system. It runs hot when it's hot out, around 210F on uphills in the summer. Cools down quick when relaxed. It has a Painless Wiring fan kick-on kit and that helps bring on the auxiliary fans when it gets over 200F.
- AC doesn't blow super cold but does blow cold. It's needing an ECU to regulate pressure, but that will be fixed before delivery.
More photos can be found at http://thecareyadventures.com/files/110/
Including pictures of the known rust spots.