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Located on the New Jersey Shore one hour South of NYC.
Blue Defender 110
New body paint inside and out in color… 633 RAF Blue/Grey
300 Tdi engine fully prepared (24,000 miles on it = 39,100 kilometers)
R380 Transmission, fully prepared
Wheel Spats ( arches ) painted Black
Five speed manual transmission,fully prepared original Transfer case with differential locking system fully prepared original County level trim

New carpet kit including roof door panels and head liner
Disc brakes on front and drum brakes on rear
New body glass and windshield
Power assisted steering
Side Mounted Running Boards with Checker Plate tops
Pop up style sun roof
Remanufactured steel frame and coil springs
Power assisted brakes
Land Rover Freestyle Alloy wheels and BF Goodrich Alpine A/T Tires
Alpine windows in roof cap
New mud flaps on rear
New County seat trim by Exmore Trim in G4 Design with heat and adjustable Lumbar
Front: Two Modular Trakker front Outers - Matching Security Cubby box
Mid: Three seats with high, low, high configuration
Rear: 2 bench seats
Seat belts for all seating positions
Rear safari door fitted with heated defroster, washer, wiper
Door activated interior lighting
Daylight running light setting
High intensity rear fog light (right side)
Automatic back up light (left side)
Third brake light in safari door
Intermittent windshield wipers
Rubber mat on cargo area floor

Garaged and Immaculate!
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Blue Defender 110



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Discussion Starter · #11 ·
Hey Don. No, I'm a friend of Pete Sillen who is the owner. I'm just helping him find a new home for the Defender. And if I had the extra cash lying around, MY garage would be this 110's new home!

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Dave, buy the truck and hit MAR on your way back to AZ. Besides the words "planned budget" and "Defender" really don't belong in the same sentence.
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