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Old August 28th, 2015, 11:35 AM
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Recently sold my D90 with the idea of getting into a 110. Ideally looking for a RHD 110 with 200/300tdi fitted. Galv chassis is always a plus. Looking to purchase between now and December but will wait for the right one. Plan on keeping this one for a while if not forever.

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Old August 28th, 2015, 11:48 AM
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2 here that may be of interest

1st) galv chassis, smooth roof/w sunroof, fiberglass puma bonnet, td5 dash, g4 rack, 200 tdi with new clutch and short bellhousing ashcroft R380 truck has two tone seats and is painted in the burnt orange and black aka fire and ice theme owner has it priced @ 30k. There are some pictures of it in the throwback Thursday thread.

2nd) stratos blue 200 tdi 5 door wagon that needs a rear cross member replacement. Front doors replaced with puma doors. I originally imported the truck in 2008. I did the timing belt on it last winter for the current owner, truck isnt here but its local. Owner has it priced @ 20k, he's only driven it 500 miles since December and his wife wants new wheels so....
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Old August 28th, 2015, 11:54 AM
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2 here that may be of interest

1st) galv chassis, smooth roof/w sunroof, fiberglass puma bonnet, td5 dash, g4 rack, 200 tdi with new clutch and short bellhousing ashcroft R380 truck has two tone seats and is painted in the burnt orange and black aka fire and ice theme owner has it priced @ 30k. There are some pictures of it in the throwback Thursday thread.

2nd) stratos blue 200 tdi 5 door wagon that needs a rear cross member replacement. Front doors replaced with puma doors. I originally imported the truck in 2008. I did the timing belt on it last winter for the current owner, truck isnt here but its local. Owner has it priced @ 20k, he's only driven it 500 miles since December and his wife wants new wheels so....
I sent you a couple PMs please give me a call at your convenience as I'm coming to virginia tomorrow morning and both trucks are interesting to me.

Please contact ASAP! Thanks!
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Old August 28th, 2015, 11:55 AM
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Old August 28th, 2015, 12:04 PM
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Any interest in a Tithonus? Mid teens...
Not at this time but thank you!
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Old August 28th, 2015, 12:14 PM
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My phone no is in my signature line. I don't have one for you. I will be around this weekend.
My email is doug@dividingcreekimports.
Either is a far better way to get in touch than pms here.
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Old August 28th, 2015, 12:18 PM
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My phone no is in my signature line. I don't have one for you. I will be around this weekend.
My email is doug@dividingcreekimports.
Either is a far better way to get in touch than pms here.
Tried calling a few times, number is 914-447-6782. Thanks!
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I know of two that need frame swaps. Both are less than $15K. I have no association with either, I just stumbled upon them while searching for a 110 myself.
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Old August 29th, 2015, 06:04 PM
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Old August 29th, 2015, 06:16 PM
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I will have a 200 and a 300 Tdi, later this year. December or so. Both LHD though but 5 door with sliding windows.
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Old August 29th, 2015, 08:05 PM
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Check this out. It's on here as well....
1984 LANDROVER DEFENDER 110 COUNTY ONLY 24k ORIGINAL MILES!!
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Pleasure was all mine Doug! Looking forward to hearing from you!

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I will have a 200 and a 300 Tdi, later this year. December or so. Both LHD though but 5 door with sliding windows.
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1984 LANDROVER DEFENDER 110 COUNTY ONLY 24k ORIGINAL MILES!!
RHD is really something I'm stuck on fellas, to me it's half the character of the defender. Although, uncle Doug over here already swayed me on a couple other preferences of mine today
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Pleasure was all mine Doug! Looking forward to hearing from you! RHD is really something I'm stuck on fellas, to me it's half the character of the defender. Although, uncle Doug over here already swayed me on a couple other preferences of mine today
Totally agree with the RHD preference. Nothing beats it. Especially when the dog rides along shotgun. Kids get a kick out of it after they've done a couple double checks. Go for half doors too.
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Old August 30th, 2015, 09:21 AM
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Lets just say with gasoline @ around $2 a gallon a raucous V8 on swampers is not to be denied.....
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Lets just say with gasoline @ around $2 a gallon a raucous V8 on swampers is not to be denied.....
Facts. Plus the exhaust is killer
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Old August 30th, 2015, 12:54 PM
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Totally agree with the RHD preference. Nothing beats it. Especially when the dog rides along shotgun. Kids get a kick out of it after they've done a couple double checks. Go for half doors too.
I am with you on this. I prefer RHD.
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Recently sold my D90 with the idea of getting into a 110. Ideally looking for a RHD 110 with 200/300tdi fitted. Galv chassis is always a plus. Looking to purchase between now and December but will wait for the right one. Plan on keeping this one for a while if not forever.

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We have 2 ROW 110s in RHD.
One fitted with the 2.8 liter Iveco TD engine used in the Land Rover PS-10.
The other has the fastest 4 cylinder turbo diesel I've ever driven, fitted with the Isuzu 2.8 liter TD 4JB1-T.
This is an SUV engine not and overweight clanky delivery truck engine.
Both these 110s are fitted with brand new Ashcroft R380 Stumpy transmissions and new 1.4 liter LT230 transfer cases.
Drive and shift like new.
The Isuzu 110 was owned by Defense Research with 53,000 miles.
It has a 2 piece rear door with removable hardtop so you can install a canvas or pickup cab.
The Iveco 110 was owned by the British Red Cross.
Both are 2 doors fitted with hardtops.
I have uninstalled AC kits for both.
Both are pretty much rust free.
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We have 2 ROW 110s in RHD.
One fitted with the 2.8 liter Iveco TD engine used in the Land Rover PS-10.
The other has the fastest 4 cylinder turbo diesel I've ever driven, fitted with the Isuzu 2.8 liter TD 4JB1-T.
Both these 110s are fitted with brand new Ashcroft R380 Stumpy transmissions and new 1.4 liter LT230 transfer cases.
Does that make them 4.2 liter Rovers? They should be fast
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We have 2 ROW 110s in RHD.
One fitted with the 2.8 liter Iveco TD engine used in the Land Rover PS-10.
The other has the fastest 4 cylinder turbo diesel I've ever driven, fitted with the Isuzu 2.8 liter TD 4JB1-T.
This is an SUV engine not and overweight clanky delivery truck engine.
Both these 110s are fitted with brand new Ashcroft R380 Stumpy transmissions and new 1.4 liter LT230 transfer cases.
Drive and shift like new.
The Isuzu 110 was owned by Defense Research with 53,000 miles.
It has a 2 piece rear door with removable hardtop so you can install a canvas or pickup cab.
The Iveco 110 was owned by the British Red Cross.
Both are 2 doors fitted with hardtops.
I have uninstalled AC kits for both.
Both are pretty much rust free.
Neil pointed out my Typo, thanks buddy.
Should have read:
We have 2 ROW 110s in RHD.
One fitted with the 2.8 liter Iveco TD engine used in the Land Rover PS-10.
The other has the fastest 4 cylinder turbo diesel I've ever driven, fitted with the Isuzu 2.8 liter TD 4JB1-T.
This is an SUV engine not and overweight clanky delivery truck engine.
Both these 110s are fitted with brand new Ashcroft R380 Stumpy transmissions and new 1.4 raito LT230 transfer cases.
Drive and shift like new.
The Isuzu 110 was owned by Defense Research with 53,000 miles.
It has a 2 piece rear door with removable hardtop so you can install a canvas or pickup cab.
The Iveco 110 was owned by the British Red Cross.
Both are 2 doors fitted with hardtops.
I have uninstalled AC kits for both.
Both are pretty much rust free.
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