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Old March 14th, 2013, 04:27 AM
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Supercool Defender 157 crew cab ( 6 door) for sale

Selling a rare 1988 LHD Landrover Defender 157 , a 6 door crew cab.

Excellent hunting rig or Overland truck for Africa / Europe / Asia / Russia

Build in 2006 with a new chassis, new bulkhead, new doors, new 2.8 TGV ( 150BHP) engine in 2009, new Ashcroft AUTO gearbox in 2009, NAS centre console.

New tyres and wheels in 2010. New 2nd extra long range 220 litre dieseltank fitted under 3rd row seats.

WEBASTO engine pre heater plus extra Ebenspracher heater for the 2nd and 3rd row, excellent for colder climates.

Huge Roof rack with 4 spots.

White with ZEBRA print (stickers can be easily removed)

We could rebuild /convert / retrim this truck to suit your needs

Price as is $32,000 , shipping and handling extra, worldwide shipping is our specialty
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Old March 14th, 2013, 07:53 AM
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The 147 had a longer center door, based on the front door rather than the rear door of the 110. Could you take your tape measure out again as I doubt this is 10 inches longer than the 147 that Land Rover put out in Africa.
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Old March 14th, 2013, 08:07 AM
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Here in the USA, we have stretch dually crew cab (4,6 or 8 door) Ford F650s. These are called "cowboy cadillacs" among other things...and they often have a HUGE turbodiesel engine under the bonnet. And a 10 inch lift. They have leather, air, TV, wifi and a fridge.
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Old March 14th, 2013, 08:30 AM
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Old March 14th, 2013, 08:34 AM
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The 147 had a longer center door, based on the front door rather than the rear door of the 110. Could you take your tape measure out again as I doubt this is 10 inches longer than the 147 that Land Rover put out in Africa.
Crew cab puts on a few inches behind the rear-most door, plus the bed is longer than a SW rear cabin. I could believe it's 10" longer.
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Old March 14th, 2013, 08:49 AM
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I know those F650, bought one in the States for a German customer, he liked it so much we had to build him something from his Merc. G500, pic attached of the vehicle done and parked next to another board members LR 127, see how tiny the defender looks....

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Old March 14th, 2013, 09:22 AM
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Some more measurements

Just measured my chassis again, its wheelbase is 4000 mm which is 157 1/2 inch, so it is 10 inch longer than its South African brother...

Overall length of my truck is 6250 mm where as the South African version is "only" 5536 mm.

For the statistics my 157 is more than 28 inch longer than the factory 147....



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The 147 had a longer center door, based on the front door rather than the rear door of the 110. Could you take your tape measure out again as I doubt this is 10 inches longer than the 147 that Land Rover put out in Africa.
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Old March 14th, 2013, 09:43 AM
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I think this "my chassis is longer than your chassis" conversation might belong in the mud pit.
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The 147 had a longer center door, based on the front door rather than the rear door of the 110. Could you take your tape measure out again as I doubt this is 10 inches longer than the 147 that Land Rover put out in Africa.
the zebra truck appears to be similar to the 147 on the front half, but with a hicap p/u bed, the rear axles are positioned further aft of the rear doors compared to the SW version in your picture.

This would be a great prom limo if zebras had proms
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Old March 14th, 2013, 01:03 PM
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the zebra truck appears to be similar to the 147 on the front half, but with a hicap p/u bed, the rear axles are positioned further aft of the rear doors compared to the SW version in your picture.

This would be a great prom limo if zebras had proms
Look close the 147?had three foes of food with the center doors based on the front doors
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Old March 14th, 2013, 01:52 PM
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Old March 14th, 2013, 02:07 PM
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Look close the 147?had three foes of food with the center doors based on the front doors
Aw crap...iphone autocorrupt strikes again.

The Zebra has a 130 Hi cap pick up bed and two rows of rear station wagon doors. The official Land Rover 147 has a second row doors made up from front doors with the leading upper edge squared off and a 110 rear end. The front door and center door of the 147 are much longer than the rear doors of the 110.

http://www.defender2.co.uk/gallery/a...ojan%20003.jpg

The Zebra also uses the end of cab section from the 110 hi cap which is shorter than the 130 end of cab section.

I'm convinced Zebra is not 157 inches.
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Old March 14th, 2013, 02:12 PM
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With all due respect guys, this is the "for sale" forum. Keep it on topic on the item being sold. The vendor went out and measured to answer the question already. If you do not believe the guy, don't buy it.
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Is it exportable to Canada? What would containerized shipping look like roughly to Toronto, Ontario, Canada?

Also, do you have any interior shots?

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Selling a rare 1988 LHD Landrover Defender 157 , a 6 door crew cab.

Excellent hunting rig or Overland truck for Africa / Europe / Asia / Russia

Build in 2006 with a new chassis, new bulkhead, new doors, new 2.8 TGV ( 150BHP) engine in 2009, new Ashcroft AUTO gearbox in 2009, NAS centre console.

New tyres and wheels in 2010. New 2nd extra long range 220 litre dieseltank fitted under 3rd row seats.

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Huge Roof rack with 4 spots.

White with ZEBRA print (stickers can be easily removed)

We could rebuild /convert / retrim this truck to suit your needs

Price as is $32,000 , shipping and handling extra, worldwide shipping is our specialty
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It has to be 15 Years old to import to Canada. If the title says 2006, then looks like it's not possible !
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Title says 1988, it was rebuild in 2006. Please email me direct on info@riverhousemini.com for more info about shipping / more pictures. Delivery to Canada is not a problem.
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Old March 14th, 2013, 07:30 PM
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Yeah, go for it Don! I'd like to see this vehicle in the flesh when it gets here.


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