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Old October 21st, 2011, 06:49 PM
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Black 1994 Defender 90 ST in Washington DC

A 1994 Defender 90 NAS soft top with 131,xxx miles. The truck does not leak any fluids. The paint is in good condition, it has some scratches but no dents or dings. I just had a 90k service done in September 2011which included changing all the fluids (diff/brake/coolant/filters/etc) and new cap/rotor/plugs/wires. We just had our first kid a couple weeks ago and up until the birth I was convinced the 90 would be fine for an infant - and now that the baby has arrived I've come to my senses.
The offroad modifications include:
ARB bullbar
Warn 9000lb winch
Hella 4000s
Hella 700s
ARB Lockers front & rear
Old Man Emu heavy duty suspension
1" spacers
33" m/t tires on steel wheels
Front skid plate
4.11 gears
Mantec snorkel
Wingtop + hood protectors
Sill protectors
MUD UK console
Garmin GPS
Tuffy box
Troybox locking tool box in rear keyed same as Tuffy
Alpine CD player with iPod jack
New front seats
Quick nuts for door tops
Rear forward-facing bench seat
K&N air filter
Stainless steel oil cooler lines
Borla stainless exhaust
Air conditioning
Full underbody rust-proofing
New Badger I FDS soft top and roll bar pads
New Badger soft door tops
Auxiliary heater under passenger seat (currently disconnected)
Manuals, service records, spare keys, etc...
Most of these items were added in the last 3 years. I believe I am the third or fourth owner, it started life as a Washington State truck, then California, then Colorado, then to me in DC a couple years ago. As soon as it got out here I had the under carriage rust proofed for protection (something I've done with all my Rovers). I have over $40k in the truck and it has been a solid daily driver. One of the things that I would fix if I were going to keep it would be to finally get around to adjusting the speedometer. After the 4.11 gears and bigger tires were installed, the speedo was never corrected. It reads about 10 mph off, in other words the speedo will display 60mph when you're really only doing 50mph. This also means the miles on the odometer are higher than the actual mileage on the truck. I would guess that if the speedo was corrected sooner the truck would probably have closer to 120k actual miles on it. The windshield has two rock chips which are small and haven't bothered me. I have not taken it offroad except in some of the back fields/forests behind our summer house - which was pretty minor. This is a great truck and I am going to regret letting it go.

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Price: $33k or best reasonable offer
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Old October 21st, 2011, 07:12 PM
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oh no, now I won't be able to drool all over your truck when I am hanging out in georgetown!!
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Old October 21st, 2011, 07:45 PM
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Badass! Good luck! I've been spreading the word to everyone I know around here for you.
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Old October 22nd, 2011, 11:21 AM
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Woody, Please and I am begging you, DO NOT SELL IT!! Trust me, you will regret it. I had a 1994 rigged out yellow ST which I bought new in 1994 and sold in 2000 to get a more "family friendly" vehicle due to our new baby. Within 6 months, I was kicking myself for selling it. I finally just bought a 1997 BRG ST which has finally replaced the void in my life. If finances have something with do with the decision, scrape some money together to get an old safe mini van for family use, BUT DO NOT SELL!! It took me 2 years to find the right new rig and trust me when I tell you, it will be nearly impossible to duplicate what you currently have. As Flounder just said, she is BADASS!! Good luck with everything and congrats on the new addition!!
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Old October 24th, 2011, 12:25 PM
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So, stop hanging out in Georgetown. There are much better places to go...

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oh no, now I won't be able to drool all over your truck when I am hanging out in georgetown!!
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and now that the baby has arrived I've come to my senses.

Price: $33k or best reasonable offer

Woody, I would argue that you have lost your mind. It's not like the kid has to ride in every vehicle you guys own. You can get a perfectly good baby-unit hauler for 5k or less. I.e. less than you stand to lose on this sale. Besides, you went to all the trouble to build up a nice rig with ARBs etc and haven't even gotten it dirty?
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Old October 27th, 2011, 09:19 AM
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So, stop hanging out in Georgetown. There are much better places to go...



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Woody, I would argue that you have lost your mind. It's not like the kid has to ride in every vehicle you guys own. You can get a perfectly good baby-unit hauler for 5k or less. I.e. less than you stand to lose on this sale. Besides, you went to all the trouble to build up a nice rig with ARBs etc and haven't even gotten it dirty?
I'm with Dave on this one...plus, in a year or two the little one will love riding in the back!
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Old October 28th, 2011, 08:32 AM
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Not to beat up on you Woody but ... well, ok, I do intend to beat you up on this - I agree with the gentleman from the District of Columbia, and yield the remainder of my time to him. Don't do it!
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Old October 30th, 2011, 06:44 PM
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Thanks guys, I know looking back selling it will have been a bad decision, but at the moment its the right thing to do. The 90 is now sold. I appreciate all the help everyone has provided on D-90 source over the years, its a great community. I'll probably be back on the forums again with another truck in a few years... =)
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Old October 31st, 2011, 12:58 AM
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I know it's too late, but my soft top D90 survived the twins. They are 4 and a half now and rode the D90 since they are something like 9 months. The back seat is a safe place. Granted, not the most convenient when they were really small!
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Old October 31st, 2011, 06:04 AM
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Man that thing looks clean, all that equipment has it ever been offroad? GLWS but I think you can manage keeping your Defender and the babies.
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Old November 1st, 2011, 07:48 PM
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The 90 is now sold.
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Old November 7th, 2011, 10:21 PM
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Yes, heading to SF.
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