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Old May 21st, 2014, 02:07 PM
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Land Rover Series IIa III 109 Chassis with Axles and Steering Stage 1 Frame

Up for sale is my rusty Land Rover Stage I SIII 109 frame this was under my 109 clone so it is setup for FT 4WD includes axles, brakes, Parabolic springs, shocks and steering. The steering box is in very good condition, all the brakes worked as of this week before I pulled the bulkhead. The rear axle is the heavy duty Salisbury diff. Price is $400 Firm!! I am NOT including the wheels and tires but would leave them on for an additional $400 but would rather keep the wheels. The tires are 98% new. I am NOT shipping this, you will have to find a shipper or come and get it. The frame is located in Greenwood, SC 29649
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Old May 22nd, 2014, 12:11 PM
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I bet Grant P would like this if we could figure how to get it to him.
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I'll take it. PM sent.
I am in Chesapeake, VA.
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I'll take it. PM sent.
I am in Chesapeake, VA.
You did see it is in South Carolina ?
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Old May 22nd, 2014, 12:51 PM
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I'll take it. PM sent.
I am in Chesapeake, VA.
Great it is located about an hour southwest of Charolette
sent you a PM with Evan's phone number
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Second in line, and only an hour away...
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Hardly seems fair that all of you parts hoarders licked all over this before a real Stage One owner had a chance to log in and catch up on past postings. (frowny face and sour grapes) If the frame was in better shape (like if it had a rear cross member) I would be really pissed.

Robert - I am not sure what your plan is for the frame. PM me if you think you will not use all of it.
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Old May 22nd, 2014, 02:37 PM
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[QUOTE=Firemanshort;532630]Hardly seems fair that all of you parts hoarders licked all over this before a real Stage One owner had a chance to log in and catch up on past postings. (frowny face and sour grapes) If the frame was in better shape (like if it had a rear cross member) I would be really pissed.


If it helps you feel better, I kept the rear crossmember and will use it on the D1 chassis conversion, It looks almost new, I do have an almost new rear fuel tank that we won't be using...will trade for a 300TDI ( hey I can dream)
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You did see it is in South Carolina ?
Thought it was in Tanzania, just 2 hours south of where ever you happen to be with 4-lane all the way!

I just wanted to say thanks to all who helped get this back to VA.

The Stage I V8 diffs are unique with 3.54 gearing and front CV joints instead of the U-joints and 4.7 gearing the other series vehicles had.

The uniqueness makes them rare, but with a small community of people who need the parts.

Now our LHD Stage I V8 Hi-Cap pickup is whole as the diffs had rusted out and let water in.

I will be cutting up the frame and scrapping it as I do not need it and it has rust issues which is OK with me.

A special thanks to Pete, Bryan, Uncle Doug (Richard), and Mark.
You guys help make the Land Rover Community a common brotherhood.
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