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Old February 5th, 2013, 04:00 PM
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For sale: 1984 Land Rover 110 LHD 300tdi Station Wagon

Imported into the USA from the UK in the beginning of 2010. Clean Pennsylvania title. In 2009 the vehicle was rebuilt by Foleys in the UK using a new galvanized chassis that has been wax-oyled and the vast majority of parts from a 2003 Rest of World (ROW) spec, Left-Hand Drive (LHD) Land Rover Defender Station Wagon with a factory-fitted 300tdi, R380 5-speed transmission, and air conditioning.

Improvements made to the vehicle prior to import were as follows:

Re-upholstered all of the seats by Exmoor trim ("denim twill vinyl")
Sound deadening material installed under the hood and on the front floor
New Safari Snorkel raised air intake
New Heavy duty rear tire carrier swing-away
New Checkerplate – on wings, sills and rear quarter panels
(installed for aesthetics, not to hide any corrosion!)
New front bull bar
New winch bumper (no winch currently installed)
New tray with two additional 12-volt auxiliary outlets
Extended seat rails installed on driver’s seat, providing 6 in of additional travel
Cambelt change to engine (due to convenience during rebuild)
I oversaw the work above by Foleys since I was living in the UK at the time.

Other additions made since its arrival in the USA were as follows:

New North American Spec (NAS) rear bumper installed
New black side steps with rubberized step area
New Wolf heavy duty wheels (including spare), replacing the standard white steel wheels in some of the pictures
Hankook tires x 5 (4 of which now have approx 3,000 miles on them)
Mildly tinted windows all around

Since importation, the vehicle has been used sparingly and in covered storage when not in use. The current odometer reading (about 9,500 miles) is inaccurate due to its replacement from the original kilometers odo. Taking into account the donor vehicle’s mileage (approx 25,000 mi), this vehicle (except for the galvanized chassis) has approximately 35,000 miles on it.

This is a reluctant sale; we are selling it for a down-payment on property. It’s a fantastic, great-running vehicle and one that we were hoping to keep for a long time, but unfortunately our circumstances have changed. $48,000.

Link to some pictures is below. I could get more pictures upon request.
http://s1285.beta.photobucket.com/us...rary/1984LR110
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Old February 5th, 2013, 04:05 PM
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Wow cheap for what it is.

Good luck with the sale.
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Old February 5th, 2013, 04:09 PM
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Would you trade straight up for a 1995 NAS Defender 90 ST that has been tastefully upgraded?
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Old February 5th, 2013, 04:12 PM
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Would you trade straight up for a 1995 NAS Defender 90 ST that has been tastefully upgraded?
Can you buy a property with your truck?
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Old February 5th, 2013, 04:15 PM
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THat's a nice looking truck, GLWS

in case you disn't see this thread from earlier where a guy was looking for a comparable-spec'd 110. http://www.defendersource.com/forum/...ad.php?t=43061

Let this serve as a data-point for the WTB thread as well.

One thing though, it may serve everyone's best interest to post some recent pictures (those pics look great, but they appear to be from when you imported it 3 years ago). Otherwise, looks great and GLWS
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Old February 5th, 2013, 04:16 PM
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Can you buy a property with your truck?
As an appreciating asset, my D90 will be able to buy fewer hectares today than it will tomorrow, so I would suggest trading straight up with me today, then holding onto it for another year when it can yield a greater return.

But to answer your question, this is what she buys you in Lewisberry, PA

http://www.realtor.com/realestateand...9_M41764-15099

http://www.realtor.com/realestateand...9_M47040-78099
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Old February 5th, 2013, 04:23 PM
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Technically, yes. He can buy a property in the Pocono Islands in PA.

My apologies and good luck with the sale!

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Old February 5th, 2013, 04:34 PM
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Where did the waxoyl go?
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Old February 5th, 2013, 04:44 PM
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Where did the waxoyl go?
No sign of it.
Just the first question.
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Old February 5th, 2013, 04:48 PM
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Where did the waxoyl go?
Look closely at those pics (at least some of them) - they are from when the truck was in the UK.
He could have had it Waxoyled since then. Hence my humble suggestion to post some CURRENT pictures.

EDIT: just noticed.....is that a RRC or Disco rear axle? Not a Salisbury
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Old February 5th, 2013, 05:08 PM
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THat's a nice looking truck, GLWS

in case you disn't see this thread from earlier where a guy was looking for a comparable-spec'd 110. http://www.defendersource.com/forum/...ad.php?t=43061

Let this serve as a data-point for the WTB thread as well.

One thing though, it may serve everyone's best interest to post some recent pictures (those pics look great, but they appear to be from when you imported it 3 years ago). Otherwise, looks great and GLWS
I was thining the same thing...
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Old February 5th, 2013, 05:23 PM
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Wow bummer Tim. Great price. Sorry to see you are selling. Did you end up doing the Africa trip ?

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Look closely at those pics (at least some of them) - they are from when the truck was in the UK.
He could have had it Waxoyled since then. Hence my humble suggestion to post some CURRENT pictures.

EDIT: just noticed.....is that a RRC or Disco rear axle? Not a Salisbury
2003 didn't have the salisbury anymore.
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Old February 5th, 2013, 05:38 PM
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Where did the waxoyl go?
It's quite possible that he's referring to them using the clear Waxoyl at an ultra high PSI inside the chassis itself. It's a request we recently got with a NAS 90 chassis we were shipping to a customer.
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It's quite possible that he's referring to them using the clear Waxoyl at an ultra high PSI inside the chassis itself. It's a request we recently got with a NAS 90 chassis we were shipping to a customer.
I enjoyed putting that inside my frame. It was like watching a haze or fog in the air.... Les gave me the PSI to use and the veggie oil tip was of great value.
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It's quite possible that he's referring to them using the clear Waxoyl at an ultra high PSI inside the chassis itself. It's a request we recently got with a NAS 90 chassis we were shipping to a customer.
That too.
THis is a nice offering. Hope the seller gets all the ask, based on what he's saying its more than a fair price. Especially considering you'd have less than a 50/50 shot at getting this through customs today (if I'm reading what Doug is saying correctly).

Wasn't trying to stick my finger in his eye at all, but current pics are really essential (unless there are european lorries running about stateside, thos pics are old...from like 2010 when he imported it).
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I enjoyed putting that inside my frame. It was like watching a haze or fog in the air.... Les gave me the PSI to use and the veggie oil tip was of great value.
Yes, ventilation is KEY when doing a full Waxoyl job. A bit hard to breathe after a truck in a garage!
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Yes, ventilation is KEY when doing a full Waxoyl job. A bit hard to breathe after a truck in a garage!
No problem there. Did in in the driveway. Had to assist in getting rid of the Jersey smell
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Old February 5th, 2013, 06:28 PM
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that galvy frame is giving me a little bit of a chub.
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Hope the seller gets all the ask, based on what he's saying its more than a fair price. Especially considering you'd have less than a 50/50 shot at getting this through customs today (if I'm reading what Doug is saying correctly)...
Yes we may very well be in the era of the last of the UK "restorations" involving brand new or newish 110s "built up on a galvanized chassis. All good thaings unfortunately come to an end...

Meanwhile the "Jig Is Up muthaa likaah" and the crackdown continues.
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It's quite possible that he's referring to them using the clear Waxoyl at an ultra high PSI inside the chassis itself. It's a request we recently got with a NAS 90 chassis we were shipping to a customer.
Ah, that makes sense. Thanks.

Give me a call if the 110 is still for sale. 703-939-6483

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