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Old March 31st, 2005, 09:33 PM
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'97 Nas D90 Sw Le #008/300

Hey Guys,

I need to sell my '90. Have too, not want too! It is exceptional, top 1% of D90 vehicles. This forum is the absolute best forum to appreciate it.

I need your honest feed back to help me sell it it. What is it worth?

GRN/WHT #008/300 - Limited Edition 1997 NAS D-90 SW. EXCELLENT CONDITION; Has all of the special edition equipment: paint, wheels, front brush guard, full luggage rack w/ ladders, diamond plate, CD player. PLUS the original owner had $25,000 worth of accessories added to this vehicle: Eaton Supercharger; Mantec snorkel; K&N Filter, ARB differential air lockers f&r; OME springs f&r; remote reservoir shocks f&r; all under body protection; quick disconnect sway bars; tow hooks; wheel spacers; engine block heater; optima battery; battery maintainer; Hella lights; limb risers; safari guard rock sliders with special nerf bars; rear tow bumper; custom amplifier; custom speaker cabinet; additional work lamps installed on luggage rack; keyless entry; security system. THIS IS A SPECIAL VEHICLE RUNS GREAT! Never Abused! Mileage only 76K. Send me your private thoughts, please! I guess I really don't want a but of $10k recommendations. The two - '67 NAS Series IIA's are for sale too, if you are interested.

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Old March 31st, 2005, 09:57 PM
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How about some pics of all of them.
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Old March 31st, 2005, 10:47 PM
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Pictures for the D90

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Old April 1st, 2005, 06:42 AM
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You've actually got the same problem that guys with highly modded performace cars have - all the extra stuff doesnt amount to anything in resale unless the new buyer wants it. I agree its pretty tricked out, but I'll be surpised if you can get much north of 35k for it.

Not to get philosophical, but I have long since tried to get "good prices" for my cars when I sell them - I spend so much money on the vehicles anyway, that there is no sense in my mind getting greedy about 2-3k at resale time.

I would just hang the 35k figure out there and see if anyone bites.
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Old April 1st, 2005, 08:32 AM
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I have a friend who is looking for a series truck, can you post some pics and prices of those too
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Old April 1st, 2005, 08:54 AM
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Hi Gary,

Jims right, the buying trends for D90s are that modified trucks go for considerbly less than what the same truck in stock form will bring. Doesnt matter how much was spent on it setting it up, one just will never recover those costs in the Rover community. While there are people (including me) that look and would prefer to buy a modified truck, we are the definate minority of the buying market.

For the maximum chance of higher resale value, you would increase your odds by taking the truck back as close to stock as you can and sell off the mods seperately. If I personally was selling the truck I would remove the Eaton Supercharger; possibly the ARB differential air lockers f&r; all under body protection; quick disconnect sway bars; wheel spacers; limb risers; and the safari guard rock sliders. But granted that could turn into a lot of work and may not be worth the hassles.
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Old April 1st, 2005, 09:11 AM
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Except that those peices will certainly bring decent cash on this board, lrx, or ebay. They're certainly worth more off the truck than on, and the truck isnt work any less with them removed.
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I currently have a friend here in SLC that is looking for a clean SW. Ironically he wants it as stock as he can get it. He also wants to buy one out of state. He'd also like a 5-speed, color unimportant.

I've been looking for him.

Your truck, although trick, is going to be hard to sell for what you think it's worth.

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I would leave the blower on it unless you have the stock stuff to replace it with.

Maybe ditch the step and the sliders if you still have the sills.

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Old April 2nd, 2005, 05:52 PM
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How much are you lookin to get for this 90
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Wow! I just bought this truck. WTH happened to the snorkel though. Not there now.
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Congrats! Alot can happen to a D90 in 6 years.
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Because I took the snorkel and as much other 'add on' stuff as I could "off" before I sold it. Still have everything that I removed. Nobody wants that stuff until it's missing. Nobody at least wanted to buy it with all the upgrade stuff at the time. BTW, what condition is the vehicle in today? I doubt the previous owners knew all the enhancements it still had when I sold it (third owner).
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The price just keeps going up, up, up on this one! This time for sale for $47,500 with no pics.

http://austin.craigslist.org/cto/4157195931.html

1997 Land Rover Defender 90 LE - $47500 (Austin )

odometer: 118000

VIN: SALDV3249VA123424

Plaque: 008/300

Limited Edition 1997 NAS D-90 SW in Willow Green with White top. This was the last batch of Defenders made for the US market. This limited edition features diamond plating along with safari roof rack and ladder. Tasteful upgrades not impacting original appearance include:

Eaton Supercharger; K&N Filter, ARB differential air lockers f&r; OME springs f&r; remote reservoir shocks f&r; under body protection; quick disconnect sway bars; tow hooks; wheel spacers; engine block heater; optima battery. Mileage approximately 118k. Runs fantastic.

Photos to come. Serious inquiries only. Please email me with any specific questions. Be sure to include a real phone number where I may call you so that I may limit tine wasted on scams.

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Is it worth 47.5? I am finding it difficult to price these.
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Is it worth 47.5? I am finding it difficult to price these.
its worth exactly what you want to pay. To me $47k is a joke. But I come from the land where defenders are as disposable as jeeps.
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Old November 28th, 2013, 08:06 AM
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Daniel, 97SW with low100's and a solid history with no odometer or title issues and no accidents probably sell in the mid to upper 30's before premiums that one adds for ultra low rust or color preference. Bells and whistle add ons might demand a little more but not much IMO. On average they all need the same amount of attention, especially if they've not been driven often. IMO I give a premium to these trucks that you can tell have been driven often. It makes a difference. The ones that sit seem to require some of the strangest help once they get back on the road again.

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Old November 28th, 2013, 08:53 AM
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Is it worth 47.5? I am finding it difficult to price these.
Ronnie - rd10014 here - should be able to help you figure out what it's worth.
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