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Old November 9th, 2012, 02:30 PM
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D90 #342 ST convert to SW $24,000 OBO

Starting a business and need capitol. As much as I'd like this to be the company vehicle - its just not practical if I'm the only one who can drive it.

1994 Defender 90 #342 Soft Top converted to Station Wagon - VIN# SALDV2285RA935063 - $24,000 or best reasonable offer...

Converted this Soft Top to a Station Wagon last year. This was Skupetz truck which he basically beat the piss out of and which I resurrected. Since working out the D90 kinks at expeditionautoworks.com this truck has become a fine daily driver and an exceptionally fun truck to drive. It has a Custom Roof Rack; 4.6L Engine Upgrade, R-380, and a Ton of Extra Stuff:

Modifications and Completed Work:
Great Basin HD Axles
ARB Air Lockers F/R
Double Carbon Drives Shafts F/R
Rovetym Trailing arms; Upper Rear Kingpin Mount; Front Radius Arms; HD Steering Arms
Extended Brake Lines
New Old Man Emu Heavy Duty Suspension
New Suspension Bushings Front to Back
New BFG 265/70/16 x 5
HD Aluminum Fuel Tank Guard
Rover Accessories Auxiliary Side-Mount Fuel Tank 9.5 Gal
5 Nato Rims
Rear Spring Isolators
Expedition Exchange Rear Spring Capturing System
Rock Sliders
ARB Front Bumper
HD Air Compressor with Quick-Connect
Mantec Snorkel
A/C
R-380 Transmission
Aux Heater
Tuffy Center Consol
Heated Windscreen
CB Radio
Wing Top Protectors
Bonnet Protection
Raptor Binnacle Mount
LED Rear Tail Light Upgrade
MUD UK Consol/Rocker-Switches
New Stereo with Ipod Connection/ Door Speakers and Rear Speakers
New Rubber Shift/ Parking Brake Boots
New EFI Computer
Rear Load Mat
New Blower Motor
New Master Cylinder
Dynamatting of Complete Seatboxes, Footwells, Cargo Bed Sides
Carpeting on Seat Boxes
Battery Box has been sanded, cleaned, painted with anti-rust primer, dynamatted, and fitted to hold a second battery (second battery and cross-over not installed)
New Alpine White Paint: $2500
SW Sides are Dark Green Now
Seat Re-Trim Exmore Grey Vinyl with Seat Heaters
New Drivers Side Floor (welded in)
New Manifold Gaskets
New Brakes, Rotors, Pads F/R
Propeller Shafts Rebuilt F/R
Pre-Filter with Custom Foam Filter located inside snorkel (Taking out the K&N filter along with about 6’ of hose from the engine compartment really opened up the power of this beast and probably add a little to the fuel economy)
Rear Speaker Boxes with Speakers
New Fuel Pump and Filter Replaced
Window Tinting

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The truck was in a low speed collision with an immovable object and slightly bent the frame on the front drivers side. A good frame straightener aligned everything right and now you’d never know it happened driving it. The only telltale sign is a bit of downward slant in the ARB bumper from right to left. It needs a speedo cable. The mileage stopped at around 108,000 and I recall Gustav saying the truck was sold soon after that. I have put on about 6000 miles total in two years. Fair estimate of mileage is about 120K. Rear cross member has some rust, but the rest of the frame is solid.

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Old November 9th, 2012, 02:35 PM
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Old November 9th, 2012, 02:36 PM
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That last pic is an old one. It is meant to show the roof rack that will come with the truck.
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Old November 9th, 2012, 02:53 PM
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probably the best upgrade ... ST to SW ...

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Old November 9th, 2012, 02:57 PM
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You do the Galvy cappings?
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Old November 9th, 2012, 03:06 PM
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The galvanized cappings are pretty cool, huh?
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Old November 9th, 2012, 05:21 PM
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Wow Nathan. You did a very nice job on that truck. Don't forget to let them know how quick it is. Fastest D90 I ever drove, off the line, I swear. Sorry you have to sell, glwts.
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