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Old November 4th, 2010, 08:13 PM
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95 White ST SUPER CLEAN

I am still not sure about this, but here we go. For sale is my 1995 White D90 ST. Probably the cleanest 90 I have ever seen (Barry can verify.) ZERO rust, looks like it just rolled off the showroom floor. The list below are the item replaced, added in the past 12 months, I am sure there are some I cannot remember. 61K miles $36,500
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Badger top w gutter kit
Borla exhaust
60K service performed (rear seal replaced)
Tuffy box w new Alpine stereo / speakers includes Sirus sat radio
ANR1534PM Steelies, fresh powder coat w new BFG mud terrains
Stainless steel oil lines
New seat bottoms
etc......
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Old November 4th, 2010, 08:41 PM
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Very nice. Mileage?
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Old November 4th, 2010, 08:54 PM
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61K and change, sorry. Listing edited
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Old November 5th, 2010, 11:13 AM
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Forgot to mention Factory Fastback top in 9.5 condition included in the sale. More pictures attached (rusty muffler removed and replaced with a Borla.)
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Old November 5th, 2010, 01:32 PM
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Also has new Rn door cards with factory map pockets. Doors have dynamat inside. Tires are 255s and the truck has a new MAF.
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Old November 5th, 2010, 10:19 PM
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Old November 15th, 2010, 04:56 PM
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Old November 24th, 2010, 11:48 AM
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I am still not sure about this, but here we go. For sale is my 1995 White D90 ST. Probably the cleanest 90 I have ever seen (Barry can verify.) ZERO rust, looks like it just rolled off the showroom floor. The list below are the item replaced, added in the past 12 months, I am sure there are some I cannot remember. 61K miles $36,500
Mark

Badger top w gutter kit
Borla exhaust
60K service performed (rear seal replaced)
Tuffy box w new Alpine stereo / speakers includes Sirus sat radio
ANR1534PM Steelies, fresh powder coat w new BFG mud terrains
Stainless steel oil lines
New seat bottoms
etc......

Ok....its official...got this licked. I think (maybe I'm wrong) I have/am becoming a "collector"
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Old November 24th, 2010, 01:11 PM
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Welcome to the club! I had two for 3 years and loved every minute. Going to start looking for another one soon.
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Old November 24th, 2010, 09:20 PM
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Ack! Danger , Danger Will Robinson!!!! Kidding. Congrats on the purchase!
I have my eyes on a Range Rover Hunter. I CANNOT have 3 Rovers and a Toyota! Need to stop looking. I have an addiction - and I love every minute.
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Old November 25th, 2010, 09:39 AM
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Ack! Danger , Danger Will Robinson!!!! Kidding. Congrats on the purchase!
I have my eyes on a Range Rover Hunter. I CANNOT have 3 Rovers and a Toyota! Need to stop looking. I have an addiction - and I love every minute.

Man why you want to scare a brother like that!! Yes this D90 does look really clean. I'm sure it's fine I have good instincts. When that fails...I have tissue...lol. I'd bet its getting pretty cold over there in your neck of the plains!!
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Old November 25th, 2010, 10:18 AM
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Sorry didn't mean to scare ya! Multiple Rover ownership was more what I was talking about. That does look like a pristine Rover. You will love it I am sure. It is cold out this way - in the teens. Skiing is spectacular already though! If you want have the truck driver delivering your Defender stop in Utah. I will drive the Defender just to be sure you are getting a great truck!
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Old November 25th, 2010, 10:40 AM
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Sorry didn't mean to scare ya! Multiple Rover ownership was more what I was talking about. That does look like a pristine Rover. You will love it I am sure. It is cold out this way - in the teens. Skiing is spectacular already though! If you want have the truck driver delivering your Defender stop in Utah. I will drive the Defender just to be sure you are getting a great truck!
The First D90 I bought, Me and my wife flew to Denver and drove it back!! 1800 Miles over 4 Days...we are doing the same with this one. Flying to LA on January 7th then taking 6 or 7 days to drive back, about 2800 miles more or less (more will be my guess). And we are taking Hwy 40 most of the way...Nothing sezz I love my D90 more than a road trip!
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Old November 25th, 2010, 11:25 AM
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Congrats. It is a great truck and I helped Mark with most of purchase etc. My question is are you afraid to drive it cross country in winter since it is soooo rust free?
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Old November 25th, 2010, 11:26 AM
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Been on that stretch through New Mexico, Texas, and Oklahoma. In the 90's when I was in the AF my buddy and I went to Florida to go fishing in the Gulf. He spotted a Mazda Miata he wanted - sweet car - and we drove it all the way back to Utah. I wouldn't recommend it - the seats should be classified as cruel and unusual punishment. Anyway for the stretch mentioned above - bring something to read or listen to - not much to look at through there*. Have a great trip! Maybe weather will warm up enough to allow you to drop the top.



* no offense is intended - just not my cup of tea.
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Old November 25th, 2010, 12:10 PM
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Congrats. It is a great truck and I helped Mark with most of purchase etc. My question is are you afraid to drive it cross country in winter since it is soooo rust free?
Yeah right...afraid of the Winter...born and bred in Detroit...back in the day we would have three feet of snow on the ground!! its all good! Plus the only way to get to know the 90 is to DRIVE the 90...

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Been on that stretch through New Mexico, Texas, and Oklahoma. In the 90's when I was in the AF my buddy and I went to Florida to go fishing in the Gulf. He spotted a Mazda Miata he wanted - sweet car - and we drove it all the way back to Utah. I wouldn't recommend it - the seats should be classified as cruel and unusual punishment. Anyway for the stretch mentioned above - bring something to read or listen to - not much to look at through there*. Have a great trip! Maybe weather will warm up enough to allow you to drop the top.



* no offense is intended - just not my cup of tea.
you know in my old truck anything more than a four hour drive killed me and that truck was 65k off the floor. it kills me that the seats in the 90 dont get to me until the 5th or 6th hour! plus the po said he replaced the seat bottoms so the drive should be fine. yeah my wife will bring her Zune and a good book i'm sure...I do like the road...once I was stationed in Ponca City, OK. drove from Detroit to Ponca in 19 hours straight...and yep it was winter...of course I was 22 then and my ride was an 1976 Ford Mavrick four door straight six.

Now I'm 45/46...five kids and a whole lotta miles later and I still got game so...
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I drove mine (seats in great condition 86k miles original) to Dillon Montana this fall - 6 hours - then another 5 the next day to Glacier Nat'l Park. The seats never got to me and the cruise control was magnificent! That is at 6' my foot was perfectly placed so I didn't get tired. Enjoy getting to know the 90.
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Old November 25th, 2010, 10:19 PM
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Not the drive that is bad just picture being afraid to ruin the rust free truck
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Ok....its official...got this licked. I think (maybe I'm wrong) I have/am becoming a "collector"

Next on deck: the obligatory '80's ROW 110 short term ownership experience...
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Old November 26th, 2010, 11:41 AM
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Next on deck: the obligatory '80's ROW 110 short term ownership experience...
Well I want two more...I was thinkin a double cab, and an 110. the 110 comes before the double cab. My kids are already having words with who wants what when they start driving. Of course my oldest is 13 so I have awhile!
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