Never thought this day would come, but it is time to sell my D90. I need the room in my garage and this will help finance another major project. I have owned this one for over ten years and it has been garaged kept the entire time. It has many upgrades in running gear and protection with some of the highlights being a 4.2L Range Rover Classic engine and Autobox conversion(professionally installed). It also has a Ashcroft underdrive, X-Eng disc parking brake, Trailready beadlocks, and ARB lockers running 35 BFG KM2 MTs. Comes with a Badger Half Cab canvas with gutter kit, bikini top, and a LR OEM hardtop. The roof rack is a OEM style 2009 Limited Edition Safety Devices that ECR was selling. Generally asking $46,500 but to D-90.com, asking $45k. Too much to list so I have attached a "Build Sheet".
Kip...NO! I saw this truck (and Kip!) at URE in the spring. It was such an amazing truck that I stopped and talked with him awhile, and was one of the motivations for me to get off my arse and find a NAS 90 to wheel. This truck is a crowd-stopper...it really is amazing.
PS - if you decide to ditch those rear corner guards on the tub...I'm your man!
MORE INFO: Odometer has 128,242; However, entire drive train has less then 10k miles. Engine had a 4.6L cam installed and heads were ported and polished, Autobox was newly remanufactured, Transfer case and underdrive came directly from Ashcroft(UK). Tom Woods drive shafts added, Front diff was a new GBR ARB build, rear ARB was already installed when I purchased the D90 with about 115k on it. RoverTrack front 110 and rear HD axles (w/ bearings and such) were installed. Besides the drive train, a lot of other part and components have be improved or replaced.
This is a very dependable D90 and cruises nicely at 70/75 mph even with the beadlocks, yet can still be driving aggressively off road, if so desired. ......Sorry, some North Carolina dirt (really red clay) will come with this one since it does not easily come off the undercarriage.
Adding pictures of the Tonneau cover and engine bay (albeit, a little dirty right now from the last trip to Uwharrie NF).
Beautiful truck! What's taking it's place in your garage.
Going back to my first love. An real dearborn '32 Ford 3 window (Deuce) coupe. I restored/constructed one of these back in the early 90's and recently started to miss having/driving one. Looks good now, but I am replacing the entire drive train and a bunch of other mods are in the works. ....and a lot less effort to keep it clean
Awesome driving in that Video. Your truck deserves a good home
The Ashcroft Underdrive is great for stuff like this. I have stock 3.54 gears so no compromise on the highway (again, cruises nicely at 70/75 mph), while the underdrive gives me a ideal 80:1 crawl for off-roading, rock climbing, and such. The underdrive also minimizes potential drive line breakage because even when I rev the engine, it isn't loading up extra torque and stressing the drive train as much.
BTW, A engagement lever is mounted in the cab and can be seen next to the parking brake in one of the interior pics.
Took the D90 out to URE9! this weekend and it performed flawlessly.
Even officially became a Jeep recovery vehicle.... A Jeep Cherokee broke a driveshaft on Dickey Bell at a steep rocky hill climb about a 1/3 of the way up. Hooked up the D90, engaged the ARB lockers and the Ashcroft Underdrive and pulled it up the rest of the way over some rough rocky terrain.