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Old March 16th, 2011, 09:21 PM
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for sale - fully modded 1994 Defender 90 - custom metallic blue

This is a completely customized Defender 90, ready to go wherever you want it to. I am the 2nd owner, bought it in 2000 with only 6k miles.

1994 Land Rover Defender 90 (D90) #531
VIN: SALDV2287RA937400
Mileage as of 6/30/10: 77,793
Clean title - never in any kind of an accident
Custom Metallic Blue paint job
Best Top soft top
Badger custom Bimini Top (bikini top)
Custom made heavy duty steel wheels (set of 5) with Good Year MT/R 32X11.5/R15
Stock alloy wheels (set of 5) with Dunlop Mud Rovers 265/75/R16
Clifford Concept 600 dual perimeter sensor alarm (can set outer bubble for when top is off)
Sony Xplode stereo with tape deck, 10 disc CD changer and hook up for iPOD
Infinity Kappa speakers (4)
JL Audio 8" subwoofer with custom leather box mounted in back
Uniden CB radio with antenna
Custom Tuffy lock boxes - 2 on both sides of the rear seat and 1 center console
ARB air lockers both front and rear
Old Man Emu heavy duty shocks and springs and All polyurethane bushings throughout
Custom rock sliders on both sides, Custom differential covers both front and rear, and Custom front bumper which is a air chamber for the on board air compressor which keeps a constant 100+ PSI to run air tools and fill up tires
Front and rear trailer hitch - with electrical hook up for warn caddy winch
Jack all mounted on front bumper
Toe strap included
impact wrench - air tools included as well as nice craftsman socket set in standard and metric
Hella air horn
4 PIAA lights on light rack, 2 on front bumper and 1 in rear
Custom webbing net the goes around the rear roll bar
Custom heavy duty black diamond plate around the sides and rear of vehicle

Recent work:
Tune up on 7/8/10, Head Gasket job, Radiator core job, Brake job, Rebuilt transfer case and the Rear seat was recently re-upholstered

I'm asking $26k OBO. I have just reduced the price $9k for a quick sale. This truck has over $60k invested into it. It's a one of a kind truck. Come check it out for yourself!!!
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Old March 16th, 2011, 10:21 PM
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Oh the poor thing....

Good luck with the sale - have you tried Ebay, they bring silly $$ there.
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Old March 16th, 2011, 11:35 PM
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wish i was graduating this year...thatd be mine!

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Old March 17th, 2011, 01:27 AM
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Old March 17th, 2011, 05:35 AM
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Asking 26K then just reduced 9K , so is it now 17K ? I,m confused.... help!

------ Follow up post added March 17th, 2011 05:40 AM ------

Oh wait, 60K for paint, a stereo and some craftsman tools? Now I,m really confused. Are things really that expensive out west?
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Old March 17th, 2011, 08:23 AM
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Nothing to see here.
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Old March 17th, 2011, 08:57 AM
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Old March 17th, 2011, 08:58 AM
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Isnt there a policy of not trashing members listings? If you dont like it dont buy it... Save the editorial commentary for Barry's posts.
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Old March 17th, 2011, 09:21 AM
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Good point John - sorry.
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Old March 17th, 2011, 09:59 AM
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Might want to adjust those steering stops.
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Old March 17th, 2011, 10:30 AM
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My one rule. Don't trash peoples trucks listed for sale. If you want to trash horsey or used car dealers in a for sale thread though I have no issue with it, just don't mention said truck.
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Old March 17th, 2011, 11:19 AM
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If someone joins just to sell a truck then they are fair game...long time members should be a different story.
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Old March 17th, 2011, 12:09 PM
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I believe the OP join date was 2003.
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Old March 17th, 2011, 09:52 PM
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seriously, he joined in 2003 only to wait for the perfect time to sell! I have quite a while to go or either I post 100s of pointless observations, somewhat relevant experience or outright crap in order not to be characterized as a poser.

Wait, I already sold one somewhere around post 40 though, so I guess this calls me out as well.

funny thing is this color is darn close to the hella blue one. No argument that there is a major difference between the two, but cut the poor guy some slack. He has likely owned it longer than the majority of members on the board.

Please, everyone, post ANYTHING you want to on the for sale sections on this board. Defender related or not it is by far the coolest classified listing on the web for both what is for sale and the banter that takes place as a result.

WKNC rules!

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Old March 18th, 2011, 01:00 PM
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i always loved the logic that the for sale sections in forums should somehow be preferential to members.

first off, people get screwed every day by people on forums. everyone owns a car. what the hell makes someone assume because they are on a site in which two people share the same car, that the other person has a less likely hood of shamming them than someone from the aggregate population at large?

second, why chase off newbies with something to sell? if the for sale site is nice to newbs, when a non owner falls into a rig, they may be more apt to sell it it here giving YOU guys first crack at a deal, IF THEY DONT READ THREADS WHERE PEOPLE RIP ON NEWB SELLERS. fact is, anyone that visits frequently knows the regulars are cheap fuckers, and will post for sale elsewhere.

you guys should be louringthem in, not chasing them off, dingdongs.
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Old March 18th, 2011, 01:46 PM
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Exactly! Let's not turn this into Dickheadweb.org
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Old March 19th, 2011, 11:28 AM
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Zimm, I challenge yout to prove that it makes a difference. If people want to advertise their truck they will. If it keeps away those that want ridiculous prices, I don't see that as an issue. Besides, every Defender for sale on the internet seems to make it on here regardless of whether it is posted here or not.

To the OP, I apologize for my dickheaded response but it was too hard to resist.

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Old March 19th, 2011, 01:08 PM
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Agreed, the notion that we have to rip on anyone is inappropriate. The idea that only long term members should be treated with differently is ludicrous. Every member was a newbie once and some of the members that are suggesting this have been members for some time. Despite what a handful of members of low intellect or who are sexually frustrated and frequently post on this site believe, this behavior certainly does not make a Newbie feel welcome nor does it encourage interaction or promote positive exchange.

If we don't already have a policy against trashing other members posts, perhaps we should consider one to include a 3 strikes type rule. This will help cull out those few who are responsible for driving this site to become Dickheadweb.org.
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Old March 19th, 2011, 02:24 PM
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Agreed, the notion that we have to rip on anyone is inappropriate. The idea that only long term members should be treated with differently is ludicrous. Every member was a newbie once and some of the members that are suggesting this have been members for some time. Despite what a handful of members of low intellect or who are sexually frustrated and frequently post on this site believe, this behavior certainly does not make a Newbie feel welcome nor does it encourage interaction or promote positive exchange.

If we don't already have a policy against trashing other members posts, perhaps we should consider one to include a 3 strikes type rule. This will help cull out those few who are responsible for driving this site to become Dickheadweb.org.

Scroll up Roland. I think I was the first one to defend this guy... As far as the fair game statement to new members it was a joke. Relax people. But since you are all worked up about it how many one time posters have told us how "rare" their defender is. If you just joined to cut and paste a copy of your ebay ad and make some ridiculous claims about the prowess and rarity of your vehicle or painted an alligator or jurassic park on the side then chances are youll get called out on it ...
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Old March 19th, 2011, 02:48 PM
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Agreed, the notion that we have to rip on anyone is inappropriate. The idea that only long term members should be treated with differently is ludicrous. Every member was a newbie once and some of the members that are suggesting this have been members for some time. Despite what a handful of members of low intellect or who are sexually frustrated and frequently post on this site believe, this behavior certainly does not make a Newbie feel welcome nor does it encourage interaction or promote positive exchange.

If we don't already have a policy against trashing other members posts, perhaps we should consider one to include a 3 strikes type rule. This will help cull out those few who are responsible for driving this site to become Dickheadweb.org.
Horsey,

Do you think he is talking about us?

Roland,

You just have your panties in a bunch because you got mocked for repeatedly listing the same stuff in a new ad. It happens. You learn and you won't do it again.

I think people just hate when people join just to sell stuff and list it like it is ebay. This is a site for enthusiasts so the hard sell is annoying.
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