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Old July 11th, 2013, 10:33 PM
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94 Coniston Green NAS ST

I bought my original Defender back(for backstory see thread 'Seller's Remorse' http://www.defendersource.com/forum/...eferrerid=1142 ) and now find myself with two 94 NAS 90's. While I would love to keep both, I don't have the space, time, or resources for both.

1994 Coniston Green NAS Defender,VIN SALDV2280RA940736, Badge 1017, 71.5K miles.
A/C
R380 Transmission
ARB Bumper with Warn 9,000 lb winchand remote
Tuffy locking center console
Badger Coachworks tan soft-top(gutter kit)
4 rear jump seats
Badger Coachworks seat covers forall seats
Stainless front skid plate
Rock sliders (also have originalsills in OK shape included in sale)
Stainless oil cooler lines
Battery disconnect switch
Firestone destination tires with<8k miles
Stainless door top studs & quicknuts
Safari Guard rear tire hi-liftbracket
Recent oil change, spark plugs,wires & air filter.
Garage kept by me and the previousowner. The truck runs and looks great, Iam going to be sorry to see this 90 go.

Apologies: One small area of corrosion on rear crossmember the rest of the rear cross and frame look good (see photos). Minor signs of corrosion at the bottom of the doors and drivers footwell. Bump on passenger door near mirror (see photos).

Also listing on craigslist, CL Price $30k, D90 forum price $29k.

Thanks for looking, PM me with any questions.
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Old July 12th, 2013, 07:08 AM
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Jeremy I left you a PM.
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Old July 12th, 2013, 09:24 AM
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can only enlarge 3 of the images...
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Old July 12th, 2013, 01:11 PM
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can only enlarge 3 of the images...
Not sure why some files attached as 'images' and others as 'thumbnails', maybe I attached too many files at one time, or perhaps it has something to do with file size. I tried to re-attach a couple of the photos, but couldn't enlarge those either.
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Old July 12th, 2013, 03:22 PM
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Sold pending funds.
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Old July 12th, 2013, 03:37 PM
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Not sure why some files attached as 'images' and others as 'thumbnails', maybe I attached too many files at one time, or perhaps it has something to do with file size. I tried to re-attach a couple of the photos, but couldn't enlarge those either.
Same thing happened in your CL ad then.
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Old July 12th, 2013, 04:14 PM
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That was fast. Not surprised, nice truck.
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Old July 12th, 2013, 04:40 PM
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Grats to buyer/seller! Nice looking truck!
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Old July 19th, 2013, 06:53 AM
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Buyer couldn't finance, still available.

If you want higher res pictures, pm me you email addy and I can send you links to better photos.
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Old July 19th, 2013, 07:23 AM
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Buyer couldn't finance, still available.

If you want higher res pictures, pm me you email addy and I can send you links to better photos.
Have your buyer contact Glenn Guinto from here (also NJ) - he works for a credit union.
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Have your buyer contact Glenn Guinto from here (also NJ) - he works for a credit union.
Thanks, Josh.
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Old July 21st, 2013, 07:34 PM
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Old July 22nd, 2013, 08:51 PM
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Financing these things is tough... Our local bank did me a personal favor to finance mine, and I had to beg and plead for two days before they finally caved in.
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For something like this, always consider using your Home Equity line of credit. Actually everyone should have a HELOC regardless of whether or not you need it immediately.
(spoken like a true mortgage banker)
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I financed my Defender in January through my college credit union under their classic cars program. ( I hadn't had an account with them for over a decade.) I'm not sure if all credit unions have that type of program, but I would have them keep shopping around until they find one. I purchased mine through a dealer, which helped cut out a lot of red tape. However, had it been a private party sale all they needed was an independent appraisal to verify the amount being financed. They told me it was because the blue book value range was so wide ($30k-$60k). But I was able to get 3.8% financing for 4 years, financing that cheap is hard to turn down.
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I financed ours through USAA...Took about 2 min on the computer...They didn't even ask what kind of car? They're such a great company - if you have the opportunity to use them, you should jump at the chance!
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But I was able to get 3.8% financing for 4 years, financing that cheap is hard to turn down.
1.69% is where it's at. But I got that on a new vehicle not used. 3.8% seems good for a used vehicle.
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I am interested if your defender is still available.
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Old July 26th, 2013, 08:01 PM
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I am interested if your defender is still available.
Thanks for the interest, but the truck is sold.
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Back up for sale for $45k opening bid "no reserve"

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Great Defender for sale at no reserve! I have owned this D90 for almost 3 years. It has been a wonderful vehicle to own and gets tons of looks. Over the years I have had the truck I only put less than 1,000 miles/year on it. The layout is 2 seats up front and four individual seats that face each other in the rear. All of the seats have Badger Coach works waterproof covers on them. It is a very rare D90 due to the fact that it is a stick shift and has A/C. The A/C blows very cold. Over the past three years I have replaced the radiator, water pump, radio, plug wires, spark plugs, distributor cap and many other small parts. The car has recently had a full fluids service (less than 200 miles ago) and is ready to go.

When I purchased it there was a small (about the size of a nickle) rust area on the rear cross member (this is the most common area for rust to start in these cars and if not addressed the whole chassis will eventually need to be replaced), this has been fully taken care of with a brand new cross member having been installed by the same person that does body and chassis work on Ferrari and Lamborghini restorations in this area (he is actually doing a full frame off restoration on a 1960s D right now).

The radio was not original when I got it so I upgraded it to a top of the line sony head unit. It has bluetooth and a microphone so you can use your phone legally. The previous owner put on the ARB front brush guard and Warn winch.

This is just a great sold driver. It doesn't over heat, starts up each time and has no frame rust issues! It is rare for one of these cars to come up that has less than 100,000 miles, no frame rust, in green and for less than $75,000. Don't miss out! I am selling due to more travel for work and needing something better for long highway drives.

Please let me know if you have any questions and good luck. A $1,000 deposit is due within 24 hours of the winning bid and the full payment is due within 7 days by cashiers check, cash or wire transfer. Shipping is not included in the purchase price and there is no warranty.
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