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Old November 12th, 2008, 06:00 PM
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94 NAS D90 Diesel TDI300 For Sale

Hi Everyone,

I have a White D90 Diesel Show/Rescue Rig. 4x4 Center of Vermont is the outfit that did the conversion. They have all the paperwork and information leading to the build. I also have copies of all the work done.(Picture with History sheet. w/purchase of Diesel motor) You can call ED @ 802.864.8565 and he will verify the job. The TDI300 only has an actual 31k miles on it with 43k on the Body. I have about $140k in receipts with the price of the rig. This thing has about everything you could ever get for a D90! Even parts you can't even find anymore!

I WILL SAY THAT YOU WILL HAVE A VERY HARD TIME FINDING A NICER D90!!!! If you would like to talk with a dealer that knows the rig go to Flatirons Rover in Louisville, Co and ask for Kirby! He will verify that this Rover is in its own class!!!!

The D90 comes with a Custom trailer built specifically for the Rover. Trailer w/rover= 8000lbs.

Other info on the rig:

Upgraded Power Package for TDI300
Badger Coachworks canvas top and interior
4.11 gears and driveshaft from Great Basin Rovers, UT.
ARB Lockers Front and Rear
Tuffy boxes; center console, rear boxes w/speakers
Warn CE XD9000i Winch
D-90 Rock Sliders
Brand New 33" MTRs with spare.
2inch lift with rancho 9000's
Piaa and LightForce lights
D-90 Winch Bumper/w extended grille and 2 tab light bar.
Integrated skid plate
UnderCarriage Spray
Roof Rack
Cd/ipod player w/CB


Price: $70,000 w/trailer

Thanks for looking,
Chris Russell
303.815.4260

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Old November 12th, 2008, 06:32 PM
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Please don't take this the wrong way, but you've got freakin' nuts on that price.

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Old November 12th, 2008, 06:35 PM
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Old November 12th, 2008, 06:41 PM
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Looks like I paid more than I should have! Plus I added about another $10k in parts and service. Remember the trailer is worth $8k new(About three months old).
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Old November 12th, 2008, 06:57 PM
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Looks like a really nice truck... Why are you selling it? Especially after spending 8K on a trailer?
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Old November 12th, 2008, 08:23 PM
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Hey Chris, sorry for being a turd and bashing your thread. We all pay too much for these things. A late 80's Chevy pick up pulled up next to me the other day and I just couldn't imagine an Englishman paying 5000 pounds for that thing.

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Old November 12th, 2008, 10:16 PM
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Thanks Neil! I felt pretty crappy this morning for been so premature on my listing! I truely didn't mean to piss you all off! I found out that the Truck as been built by Mike Hopwood. I have conformation from the last owner who did a great deal of research on the truck before he bought it. Marc Stegman drove it down from Vermont who was good friends with Mike Hopwood. He is supposed to be one of the top Guru's in the industy! I don't know if this is the Mike from East Coast Rover but Matt Van Auken can Confirm that Mike Hopwood is the guy who built the truck. So I guess that is another reason I paid so much!$$$

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The reason I'm selling it is because I need to look after my family and selling it is the better decision for us.
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Old November 13th, 2008, 12:23 AM
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Some of us like a good catfight. Mike Hopwood used to work for Rovers North and I think he now works at the 4x4 center but I could be wrong. He's been around long enough that is for sure. And no definitely two different Mikes.


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Thanks Neil! I felt pretty crappy this morning for been so premature on my listing! I truely didn't mean to piss you all off! I found out that the Truck as been built by Mike Hopwood. I have conformation from the last owner who did a great deal of research on the truck before he bought it. Marc Stegman drove it down from Vermont who was good friends with Mike Hopwood. He is supposed to be one of the top Guru's in the industy! I don't know if this is the Mike from East Coast Rover but Matt Van Auken can Confirm that Mike Hopwood is the guy who built the truck. So I guess that is another reason I paid so much!$$$

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Old November 13th, 2008, 12:39 AM
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What?

Happened?


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Old November 13th, 2008, 09:26 AM
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but you've got freakin' nuts on that price.
How so? Seems like a fair price.
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Old November 13th, 2008, 10:53 AM
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Seems a bit high about $20k. We all know that you don't get back all the money you spend on mods. to your truck. It seems that a low miles D90 is worth $35ish, 300tdi conversion is worth maybe $15-20, so $50k.
But it is a nice truck and for his sake I hope he can get as close to what he wants as possible.
And I certainly don't want to bash someones pricing on their vehicle, I am really responding to Marchand's post asking why people thought priced too high. I know this is a for sale thread not a debate the price thread, so don't want to ruffle any feathers.
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Old November 13th, 2008, 11:13 AM
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People think his price is too high should call for a quote to have something like this done or to see what the ECR built trucks sell for on the open market.
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Old November 13th, 2008, 02:27 PM
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Seems a bit high about $20k. We all know that you don't get back all the money you spend on mods. to your truck. It seems that a low miles D90 is worth $35ish, 300tdi conversion is worth maybe $15-20, so $50k.
But it is a nice truck and for his sake I hope he can get as close to what he wants as possible.
And I certainly don't want to bash someones pricing on their vehicle, I am really responding to Marchand's post asking why people thought priced too high. I know this is a for sale thread not a debate the price thread, so don't want to ruffle any feathers.
I'll sell mine for $45k. That's a savings of $5k... Oh... and it was built by Pendy. That's got to be worth something too.
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Old November 13th, 2008, 03:29 PM
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People think his price is too high should call for a quote to have something like this done or to see what the ECR built trucks sell for on the open market.
You know, I don't think I've ever seen any ECR built TDI on the market. I haven't seen a ECR restoration in person, but I'm sure they are worth it to an owner that wants top quality work done. I still think it would be tough to get a return close to what a owner puts into something like that.

It's no doubt a nice truck. I would hate to part with it if I owned it. Good luck with the sale Chris. I wish I had the cash to drop down.
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Old November 13th, 2008, 06:29 PM
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Out of the Tdi Defenders we have built only 3 have changed hands and all but 1 changed hands with just a few phone calls via ECR, that is why you rarely see them on the market. The owners usually call here and say, "Do you know anyone looking?" We usually do so the truck sells before having to be advertised. The 95 Green D90SW Tdi traded hands, as did a Blue Tdi 110 3 door we did. A White 97 Tdi 90SW traded hands out west as well (we didn't handle that one).
Usually when folks wait for them and pay for them they are certain it is a truck they want to keep long term. Doing a professional restoration and then selling is a good way to waste $$ IMO. Only do it if you really must. Sort of like getting married knowing you plan to divorce.
In the past customers that had a whole hog restorations done usually had the truck for a 3-4 years and then got back about 75% of what they spent. That only applies to Defenders though. The Series Rovers and RR and such that are redone can't get back anywhere near what was put in. Those have to be a labor of love.
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Old November 13th, 2008, 06:46 PM
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The Series Rovers and RR and such that are redone can't get back anywhere near what was put in. Those have to be a labor of love.
I was looking at the Longmaid series pickup last year you had for sale. I was very tempted.
It would of been perfect, except I needed to fit 3 passengers on fun runs.
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I was looking at the Longmaid series pickup last year you had for sale. I was very tempted.
It would of been perfect, except I needed to fit 3 passengers on fun runs.

It came with a full soft top and a forward facing rear bench (4 people seating).
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Old November 13th, 2008, 08:24 PM
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Thanks Cirbo but I did not say I would pay $50k! I had a friend with a beautiful 1994 300 tdi D90 and he could not find a buyer at $28k! So, not sure Defenders with diesels are really more valuable than a standard Def. ECR does a great job a branding and marketing themselves, ergo they get the big bucks. Do great work too. But so do many other shops but without the hype. and I don't mean hype in a bad way Mike. I mean everyone that knows LR's knows ECR and the work they do, and the marketing via the excellent web site. It all comes down to branding. something LRNA has all but forgotten, sadly
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Old November 13th, 2008, 11:28 PM
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Thanks for the comments! I know that I don't have all the goodies listed on the ad, so I still feel its under rated with all the work done to it. Its all good! It would take you a long time and money to get all the parts together that this rig comes with. Now with the diesel...It gets 24mpg, can drive(4x4) much further than gas on a single tank, has less mechanical problems, etc. With the quality of parts...DIDN'T SPARE A DIME! The rig has also been meticulously kept up. It's been very loved!

Again, I appreciate all you've said!

Cheers,
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Old November 18th, 2008, 09:24 AM
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I've thought long and hard on what I think is a fair price and what other's have said. I would be willing to sell the rig for $55k without the trailer. That is the lowest I can go. Let me know if that sparks any interest.

Thanks,
Chris
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