This is the official For Sale Thread as the other had gotten a little off topic with the 2 different trucks and the fact that is wasn't officially for sale when i originally started that thread all those months ago.
1999 Land Rover Discovery II
7 seats with rear air. Rear seats are currently removed for added cargo space but All hardware remains on truck. I do not have the seats
Truck was originally equipped with rear air suspension but has been deactivated.
Coil pack and new STI wires last week.
Rebuilt top end at 120,xxx k miles which includes:
Head gaskets redone and heads machined with valve job included.
ARP head stud kit to fasten heads down.
Upgraded cam with D&D 229 cam & lifter kit.
New timing chain & gear from D&D.
New oem push rods.
New water pump.
New oil pump gears.
Replaced fan and clutch with used but newer '04 oem fan/clutch.
All new coolant hoses and new TB heater plate kit.
Inline thermostat Mod.
New plugs and 8mm STI wires.
Never had any engine overheating or oil pressure issues before or after repairs, upgrades and/or engine mods.
Always well maintained and I have always run quality premium fuel.
New upper and lower ball joints about 3k ago.
Motor runs strong and transmission shifts great.
I drive this to and from trails mostly on freeway and easily does 75 mph.
I am the 3rd owner. Previous owner was another rover guy that owned it since it had 27k on it.
This has been a really good truck to me. It's been very reliable
Niagara grey (color) with common trail pin-stripping.
Minor dings and scuffs but no big dents and never been in accident.
Trimmed fenders F/R to fit 35s.
Front grill trimming for flush fitment of bumper and winch.
Rear lower quarter panels trimmed for fitment of rear bumper.
Tan (saddle color) leather in very good condition aside from trail dust.
Headliner has common sagging in some areas.
Dual sunroofs work flawlessly and do not leak.
Windows and door locks all work fine as should but front passenger window regulator is slightly misaligned; otherwise does operate up/down.
No electrical issues and A/C has always been ice cold.
Original Harmon Cardon stereo equipment with disc changer in good working order.
Carpet is in good condition and has never seen water.
Odyssey PC2150 battery. Actually replaced with the Diehard Platinum which is the same battery. Just $150.00 cheaper. Has massive quick discharge amperage.
ABS "3 amigo fix".
Washer bottle relocated.
Fox 2.0 shocks w/reservoir fronts 10"
Fox 2.0 shocks w/reservoir rears 11"
E.E. extended steel braided brake lines.
E.E. extended ABS lines (slickrock design).
RTE 3" coils front & rear w/1" spacer at rear.
RTE front shock turrets.
RTE front lower shock mounts.
RTE front & rear weld-on diff guards.
RTE adjustable pan hard rod.
RTE radius arms (castor correct).
RTE gas tank skid.
RTE rear bumper w/swing away tire carrier.
Rover Racks ladder.
G4 tail light guards.
Tactical Rover front high clearance winch bumper.
Hella 4000s (HID conversion) driving lights (2).
Superwinch Talon 12.5 k lbs winch with Viking synthetic rope (80').
SlickRock rock sliders (these are stout).
JKS quick swaybar disconnects (front).
HD steering links (.250 wall DOM) with 3/4" heims.
HD motor mounts (blr).
Tom Woods double cardan DS front & rear.
'04 D2 center diff lock linkage.
GBR built 3rds w/ 4.43 gears & thrust bolt for added strength.
ARB lockers front & rear (lockers activated w CO2 tank thru ARB solenoids & rocker switches).
Ashcroft HD axle shafts front/rear.
Ashcroft HD Cv's
35x12.50x17 KM2s (siped) on 17x8steel wheels w/4.5 back space.
I may have missed some details but this is most of it.
Feel free to ask about what I may have possibly missed or anything else that you may need additional info on.
Only thing not working exactly as it should on truck is heated seats, and I never cared enough to fix them.
Center diff has started leaking a little. Never enough to even hit the driveway unless you drive it for a couple of hundred miles and it gets good and hot.
Powertank and Hi-lift will not go with truck.
I am asking $8000.00. I realize the Disco itself isn't worth squat, but it is a very well maintained truck with a boatload of money invested in upgrades.