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Old April 14th, 2013, 03:01 PM
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put it on expeditionportal.com and you will get your 23.5k
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Old April 14th, 2013, 05:03 PM
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Stone,

My sister is looking for one. I sent her a link.
Sounds good Forrest. Thanks man!

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put it on expeditionportal.com and you will get your 23.5k
Good advice. I need to first sign up for that site.
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Old April 14th, 2013, 05:13 PM
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Restored early Bronco (my neighbor has one and it's beautiful)
If space is a concern - I don't understand the desire for a first gen Bronco?

A buddy has a 1970 Bronco - but it's no bigger than Defender 90 and closer to a Series truck, in terms of road manners and livability (and even off-road ability, IMO). A Defender is a truck that can double as a daily driver and still kicks ass off-road. I couldn't live day to day with my Series LR or a first gen Bronco!

I'm just asking...
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Old April 14th, 2013, 05:18 PM
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If I missed I'm sorry, but is the title clean? Any reported accidents or mileage hiccup?
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Old April 14th, 2013, 05:26 PM
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If space is a concern - I don't understand the desire for a first gen Bronco?

A buddy has a 1970 Bronco - but it's no bigger than Defender 90 and closer to a Series truck,

I'm just asking...
Totally agree. A trade for a 110 would be my ideal. -- There is just this other part of me that just loves owning and tinkering with all sorts of cars. I've actually owned a solid list of fun cars: 1951 Chevy c100, 1952 Willy's Wagon (actually 2 of them), 1972 International Scout, 1991 Toyota 4Runner, 1998 Audi a4, 1971 Toyota FJ40, 1986 BMW 325i, 1962 Ford Falcon Wagon (all that come to mind right now).

So 23.5k is actually a slight loss to me on the 90 and I don't know if it would get me into a 110 any time soon ... so I figured in the mean time I could at least have something else to play with. Doesn't solve the ultimate dream of a 110, but amuses me for awhile while I search. That probably doesn't really make sense, but oh well. Basically I would have the same space problem, but with a little tinkering cash in my pocket.

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If I missed I'm sorry, but is the title clean? Any reported accidents or mileage hiccup?
Title is clean. There was an accident reported by the original owner in 2000. In regards to mileage hiccups I don't know. The report I currently have doesn't show any, but I remember seeing one when I bought it that had a couple mileage mix-ups. Send me your email and I can send you the report I have, or maybe someone on here can link to one.
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Old April 16th, 2013, 07:21 PM
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I had a little flicker of the oil light so I replaced the oil light switch this afternoon. Problem solved. -- my 10 month old son wanted to help out too ...

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Old April 17th, 2013, 01:31 PM
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Can you share pix of the rear cross member, the front arm with VIN and photos of bottom of A pillar and foot well. Thank you. I am looking for a good truck to start with.
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Old April 17th, 2013, 02:11 PM
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Can you share pix of the rear cross member, the front arm with VIN and photos of bottom of A pillar and foot well. Thank you. I am looking for a good truck to start with.
Hey Mark. Absolutely. I will get these photos this afternoon.

Man I would be thrilled and totally jealous to see my 90 built up to a Himalaya rig.

You may have already seen my link to a few more photos and videos in my Dropbox folder, but here it is anyways: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/e8vzn4f6ymfn30c/HKaAJmfRNZ
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Old April 17th, 2013, 02:17 PM
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Old April 17th, 2013, 04:51 PM
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Thank you. Yes I saw images on link. Nice looking D90. Would be very interested if I can see those particular areas that are always of concern. Is this original paint, or repaint? I look for electrolysis along the capings and rear corners and on bulkhead. Bottom of A and B pillars, battery box.
In your opinion will the Chassis media blast nicely without need of repairs or replacement, or what is your diagnosis of how this will look. Sorry, need to be thorough as Himalaya need to look brand new on completion so I need to know what I am working with if I cannot see in person. The footwells, bulkhead below windscreen, bulkhead on the bottoms and front of footwells. Can you assess these areas, or take photos. Much appreciated.

Re Seeing your rig as a Himalaya. Yep, you would be correct.
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Old April 17th, 2013, 05:04 PM
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What is a Himalaya?
(Re Seeing your rig as a Himalaya. Yep, you would be correct.)

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Thank you. Yes I saw images on link. Nice looking D90. Would be very interested if I can see those particular areas that are always of concern. Is this original paint, or repaint? I look for electrolysis along the capings and rear corners and on bulkhead. Bottom of A and B pillars, battery box.
In your opinion will the Chassis media blast nicely without need of repairs or replacement, or what is your diagnosis of how this will look. Sorry, need to be thorough as Himalaya need to look brand new on completion so I need to know what I am working with if I cannot see in person. The footwells, bulkhead below windscreen, bulkhead on the bottoms and front of footwells. Can you assess these areas, or take photos. Much appreciated.

Re Seeing your rig as a Himalaya. Yep, you would be correct.
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Old April 17th, 2013, 06:02 PM
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Old April 17th, 2013, 06:44 PM
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Alright. Here we go. Tons of photos to come. I'm sure I probably missed something so expect a follow up with more photos.

To answer you questions: The frame is solid. When we had the transmission our along with all the exhaust bits and support post we were able to get a good look at pretty much everything. There was two somewhat questionable spots where the transmission support bolts into the frame . The spots didn't necessarily need to be tended to but I went ahead and had a professional vut them out and fully reinforce them. I am totally anal-retentive and if something comes up I will literally lose sleep until I fix it, and fix it right.

The floor boards are solid. The have carpet glued down to them so I cannot get a full view from inside the 90, but what I can see looks solid with a bit of rust where the bolts enter the floor (nothing crazy and pretty consistant with pretty much every other 90 I've seen).

The paint is original and in great shape. It could use a good wash and wax and it would shine right up. On some photos you may see a white residue ... thats from a a wash I gave it a bit ago and didn't get all the soap off.

Let me know if you have any more questions, or if I hav't a certain question fully.

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Old April 17th, 2013, 09:35 PM
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Good detailed photos appreciated. Thank you. We will discuss at shop in a.m.
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Old April 17th, 2013, 09:49 PM
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Sounds great. Just let me know if you want to see anything else.
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Old April 23rd, 2013, 06:07 PM
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Alright. Against my better judgement I'm going to drop the price again. Theres a truck I want to make a move on and unfortunately I can't have two.

Price drops to $22,900 ... only good for 24 hours as I have way more than this invested in the truck and if I can't move to a 110 than I really have no desire to sell.

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Remember this is a NAS clean titled Defender with a brand new gear box, clutch, brake master cylinder, trailhead oil cooler lines, o2 sensors, etc etc.
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Old April 23rd, 2013, 07:21 PM
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That seems like a great deal Stone, I really want a SW but can't do it now, 1st born due soon. I hope this sells and goes to a good home!
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Old April 23rd, 2013, 08:08 PM
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That seems like a great deal Stone, I really want a SW but can't do it now, 1st born due soon. I hope this sells and goes to a good home!
you could sell me your ST
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Old April 23rd, 2013, 08:13 PM
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I thought you found one Ron? I'm holding on to my ST but would like to add a SW to the barn down the road.
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Old April 23rd, 2013, 08:17 PM
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That seems like a great deal Stone, I really want a SW but can't do it now, 1st born due soon. I hope this sells and goes to a good home!
Thanks bro! I've loved stumbling across your 90 on instagram. Hope you're well!
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