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Old January 31st, 2008, 03:47 PM
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1997 Defender 90 ST, 26K Miles, A/C, Near Mint

1997 Land Rover Defender 90 Soft Top, 26K Original Documented Miles, Southern California Vehicle-Rust & Corrosion Free, New Badger Soft Top, ARB Front Bumper, High Lift Jack, Old Man Emu Shocks & Springs, No Evidence of Off-Road Use, A/C, Rear Bench Seat Included (not shown), Color: AA Yellow, Expensive, but Best Available, Near Mint Condition----Nationwide Shipping Available

$64800 OBO
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Old January 31st, 2008, 04:56 PM
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Did I read this right, you're asking over $64k?? Maybe $48-49K is reasonable to ask, and closer to market value, imo. I could get a better vehicle from Copley for less money.
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Old January 31st, 2008, 05:23 PM
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Perhaps you should take a trip to the Barrett-Jackson auction in nearby Scottsdale. Mint & Near Mint condition vehicles sell for a premium there. You should be happy, the higher prices go on these the more yours is worth.
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Old January 31st, 2008, 05:31 PM
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Old January 31st, 2008, 05:51 PM
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pardon me, i have been to barrett-jackson, and when someone advertises a vehicle as mint and is asking a premium, the vehicle is typically bone stock (no arb, ome) with no funky other stuff. And it would have fewer miles. if this were at b-j with no reserve, you would be lucky to get $40K.
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Old January 31st, 2008, 06:06 PM
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You might have been to Barrett-Jackson, but I'm sure you didn't buy anything.
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Old January 31st, 2008, 06:37 PM
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Perhaps you should take a trip to the Barrett-Jackson auction in nearby Scottsdale. Mint & Near Mint condition vehicles sell for a premium there. You should be happy, the higher prices go on these the more yours is worth.
I totally agree.

Its pointless to worry about what other people are asking for their products/services. The actual selling price is going to reflect the market. Ask all of the people here in San Diego who still think their homes are worth what they were in 2005. It ain't happenin. Econ 101.

I think the people who snipe about people like Copley, ECR, and Park City getting the market price for their products/ services are just displacing their anger over the fact they're not making enough money to pay for such premium vehicles/services. Why else would anyone care about a **business** simply offering their time/products/services for a price? There's plenty of arguments about both sides of this argument on other threads, but I just want to let the vendors know there's plenty of people who appreciate their contribution to this community.

If I knew there was someone out there who would pay 60k for my LE, I'd sell it in a heartbeat, and I wouldn't take a penny less.
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Old January 31st, 2008, 06:48 PM
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I totally agree.

Its pointless to worry about what other people are asking for their products/services. The actual selling price is going to reflect the market. Ask all of the people here in San Diego who still think their homes are worth what they were in 2005. It ain't happenin. Econ 101.

I think the people who snipe about people like Copley, ECR, and Park City getting the market price for their products/ services are just displacing their anger over the fact they're not making enough money to pay for such premium vehicles/services. Why else would anyone care about a **business** simply offering their time/products/services for a price? There's plenty of arguments about both sides of this argument on other threads, but I just want to let the vendors know there's plenty of people who appreciate their contribution to this community.

If I knew there was someone out there who would pay 60k for my LE, I'd sell it in a heartbeat, and I wouldn't take a penny less.
Exactly... If you don't like the price, don't buy it. I look forward to the prices going up, not that I will ever sell either one of mine.
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Old January 31st, 2008, 07:59 PM
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I was going to stay out of this, but I can't A defender is not a collector car! It is not a rare Porsche or Benz. Barrett-Jackson don't even list them. There are too many worldwide for it to be anything other than what it is a utility vehicle. We love it or we wouldn't own them, but don't buy it as an investment. Who would buy a mint 97 Jeep with 26K miles on it for that kind of money? I'm sure someone will come along and buy it for their kid or to sooth some middle age itch.
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Old January 31st, 2008, 08:26 PM
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I was going to stay out of this, but I can't A defender is not a collector car! It is not a rare Porsche or Benz. Barrett-Jackson don't even list them. There are too many worldwide for it to be anything other than what it is a utility vehicle. We love it or we wouldn't own them, but don't buy it as an investment. Who would buy a mint 97 Jeep with 26K miles on it for that kind of money? I'm sure someone will come along and buy it for their kid or to sooth some middle age itch.
Park City 4x4, Copley, ECR, and eBay, I would say, do a pretty good job of proving you wrong. Fact of the matter is some NAS D90's DO fetch this kind of cash. Seems to me Copley got $75k for a low miles 97 LE about 2 years ago. How much is Copley asking for 97 LE #300 of 300??? Last month, A local shop in Burlingame, Ca just got $64k for a 20k some-odd miles 97. I'm pretty sure some of those $150k ECR trucks are garage queens- along side other NAS Defenders

If I had the money, I would buy up every D90 in America and slowly release them, one by one through eBay and pull downright RETARDED amounts of cash. NAS D90'S ARE COLLECTOR CARS, whether you like it or not. Fact of the matter is, their value is steadily rising. When I first started looking for D90's, you could find a good, solid 94 for 15-18k. Now a 15-18k 94 will be rusted to shit or have a salvage title. These trucks are great investments.

If you guys don't like Park City, Copley or ECR, shut the hell up already, because clearly- others do like them, and somebody out there is willing to pay $65,000 for a truck, and all you're doing is making yourself look like a jealous bastard (I know I wish I had $65,000 to blow on a D90).
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point being I just don't see how this is bad for any of us. I hope he gets every dime, as I do for Mike, Martin and the rest of the crews.
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Old January 31st, 2008, 08:31 PM
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British probably think we stay out in the sun to much.
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you should see what they pay for american cars over there, including H1s.
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British probably think we stay out in the sun to much.
The British will also pay top dollar for a NAS truck.

I remember reading an article in one of the mags a year or so back talking about the refurbishment and subsequent sale of a NAS ST to some British celeb, and how it went for absurd amounts of money
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I guess I'll just keep adding to my collection, thought it was just a black hole I was pouring money into - didn't think it would fund my retirement. Shoot, I just like tearing them apart and restoring them.
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Old January 31st, 2008, 10:12 PM
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A defender is not a collector car! It is not a rare Porsche or Benz. Barrett-Jackson don't even list them.
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LOL, I love how everytime Susan posts a car in the sale section, someone jumps all over her regarding the price. I'm sure she was waiting for it.

When I'm asked by some strangers what my truck is worth, I tell them that I'm not sure and then point them to Copleys and PC 4x4.

Copley and PC 4x4 need to raise prices by $5k every 6 months!
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Value is not a collective democratically elected amount. The only question that really has any merit is "How much is it worth to you?" You shouldn't have to justify it to the masses. Since when did other people get to vote on what was valuable to me. Are "collecting" or "investment" or "utility" really criteria that justify what is valuable to everyone. It's like arguing about what should be everyone's favorite color.
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Old January 31st, 2008, 11:46 PM
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That's easy, Green!
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