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Old October 24th, 2013, 01:16 PM
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'92 RRC SWB Truly Rust Free! TX Truck! $5,000 obo

I am helping a friend list this RRC. He bought it from a guy in TX a few years ago, drove it a little for a few months and the water pump started to leak. He parked it and it sat in his garage, being started occasionally. He finally brought it in and had the water pump along with all the belts and hoses replaced. We took the dash apart to install a new Ignition switch, but will reassemble that before you pick it up.

It runs great, and is truly Rust Free! He is including all the brake parts he bought already (he intended on replacing all the shocks, springs, bushings and brakes and driving it, but other things have taken a priority and he just doesn't have the time or inclination to mess with it any longer. I will try to take a look and see what he has already, I believe he has all new pads and rotors all the way around in the trunk.

The front Right and Rear Left Power Windows do not work, why? We don't know and haven't had the time to diagnose. The LR door does not open from the outside, but opens from the inside...no idea on this one either. It needs a Battery, right now it needs to be jumped. The Headliner is sagging a little, but the PO worked his magic and it is presentable. Some of the wood trim has cracks in it like they all do, but overall the Interior is in Great Shape. As you can see from all the photos, there are a handful of leaks, but nothing a little time and a few gaskets won't cure, and it's RUST FREE!!!

The Tailgate is in Great Shape, the Floors and Frame are in Great Shape, the Door Jams and Supports are in Great Shape, Everything Is Remarkably Solid on this one. If I had more time I'd probably jump on it myself. The Leather is in Excellent Condition! The Paint is Heavily Faded from the TX Sun and it has a few dings here and there, but no significant damage anywhere and did I mention, NO RUST!?!?!

This is a really solid foundation for someone! I am having trouble transferring photos from my phone to the computer so I will sign back in and upload a whole bunch more in a few minutes. $5k Takes It!
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Old October 24th, 2013, 01:23 PM
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Old October 24th, 2013, 01:27 PM
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Old October 24th, 2013, 02:54 PM
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Not to be picky, but for $5000 you gotta stuff all that wiring back under the dash!
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Old October 24th, 2013, 03:35 PM
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As mentioned, the lower dash panel is currently at my house. It was removed to install the new Ignition Lock and will all be reinstalled and put back together before you pick it up. Actually, I'm going to work on that tonight or tomorrow when I have a chance.

I know it's not perfect, but you don't see many that are this rust free, and that the leather is in this great of shape. My take on it, after spending countless hours and dollars replacing and repairing rust on my 110 Rebuild, I would take a solid truck like this and repair the minor mechanical and cosmetic things it needs vs. dealing with a mechanically perfect, rusty one in a heartbeat.

Make Offers if interested, the worst he can do is turn it down. If someone is interested in it but doesn't want to handle the mechanical work, we can work that out too for an additional cost. Email or PM me to discuss.
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Old October 24th, 2013, 04:21 PM
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Looks like a solid platform.

And I like that you included pictures of the rear door striker/corner area---shows you know what's up.

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It is hard to find a good solid platform.... I've had a LWB for sale for a while that's rot free too. The market is soft currently. I'm tempted to just keep mine as I know ill never find another one as solid here in New England.

Good luck with the sale.
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Old October 24th, 2013, 05:02 PM
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It is hard to find a good solid platform.... I've had a LWB for sale for a while that's rot free too. The market is soft currently. I'm tempted to just keep mine as I know ill never find another one as solid here in New England.

Good luck with the sale.
You Too! I've been watching your thread as well, I'm surprised it's still available. Honestly, as I was writing the ad, I kept thinking, it would be fun to do the work myself and keep it, but I have more than enough on my plate with my 110 right now.
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I hear you. I am shocked either of these stick around at all.... it's SO hard to find a solid RRC.

I truly *Should* just stuff it into the back of my shop.

But i have WAY too many cars right now.

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Update, dash is back together.
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Bump.

Open to reasonable offers, he is getting anxious to move this as he has several vehicles and limited space. I also have a set of 5 Tornado Alloys that I bought for him before he decided to go ahead and sell it. If the buyer wants them, I'll include them for a small amount if they don't sell before the vehicle.

You can email me directly at anajarian@fieldsauto.com to discuss or for more information.
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How many Illinois winters has it been through?

What "mechanical work" does it need? Have the head gaskets been replaced? What else doesnt work? Seats sunroof stereo etc etc.
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Old November 20th, 2013, 02:44 PM
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Phillip, it has NEVER been through an IL winter. Take a look at the pictures. He bought it out of Texas several years ago and only drove it for about a month before the ignition switch broke. We replaced that and he was starting it but not driving it over the winter (it lived in his garage).

Well, the Water Pump started leaking, so he never did anything with it, just let it sit in the garage and started it from time to time. He bought all or most of the brake parts (rotors, pads etc.) to replace all of those and always intended on replacing the bushings, springs, shocks to give it a small lift.

A LR Technician just opened it up and replaced all the belts, hoses, cap, rotor, water pump etc. and it runs beautifully! It purrs more smoothly than anyone would believe actually. It does need some work though. Head gaskets are good, but it needs other things. The biggest issues are that the brakes need to be replaced and bled, the rear main leaks badly, one rear door does not open from the outside, one front and one rear window do not work and it needs a Battery.

Overall it is in really great shape, it needs some paint work (that TX sun took its toll) and the sunroof shade is in rough shape but the rest of the interior including the headliner are in good shape.

If someone is interested, but isn't mechanically inclined, we could also work something out pricing-wise to include having some/all of these issues addressed before buying.
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I would make an offer on this but it is too far away for me (Im in NY). I had a SWB classic, probably one of the best rovers I ever owned.
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