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    Default 1983 Defender 110 County Wagon $20k

    SOLD!!!!



    Price reduced......

    $18k OBO... willing to listen to offers.


    Truck is solid, daily runner. It has no major "issues" but is in the condition that you'd expect from a truck that's 28 yrs old. Minor corrosion on the small body panels by the middle doors. Part # RNH 737 and #RNH 738 available from our hosts..

    Perfect truck to do a "rolling restoration" on...

    Priced at $18k OBO and located in the Denver suburbs.

    http://denver.craigslist.org/cto/2392539886.html

    shoot me an email for more info ( use the link on the craigslist advertisement.. or else I'll be bombarded by spam if I just list it here )

    RW
    Last edited by gambrinus; 11-15-2011 at 05:58 PM.

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    Default Engine Details

    Here are the numbers on the Nissan FD35T,

    128 bhp @ 3500 rpm
    217 ft lbs @ 2000 rpm



    For comparison, here are the 300tdi numbers..



    111 bhp @ 4000 rpm
    195 ft lbs @ 1600 rpm

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    Nice truck are you taking obo's?

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    Quote Originally Posted by achampagne View Post
    Nice truck are you taking obo's?
    I would entertain reasonable offers from someone standing in front of me who has seen and driven the truck and is dealing face to face with dollars in hand.

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    I'm curious to know what trans/TC you have. I looked at a bunch of Nissan diesels a guy imported from Japan. They all had their Transmissions and TCs attached, bit offset was left, not right. It occured to me these would make good LR trransplant but not the geartrain.

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    Terry,

    Were those front clips for LC transplants?
    Tom P.
    1965 exMoD 109
    1995 RRC LWB w/EAS

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    Quote Originally Posted by luckyjoe View Post
    Terry,

    Were those front clips for LC transplants?
    They weren't front clips, they were just engine/transmisson/tc assemblies.I couldn't say if they were brought in for any particular purpose, Land Cruiser of otherwise. It's a place down in Ft. Lauderdale. Guy must have had 25 units.

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    Default 110 Wagon for sale in Denver

    The engine swap was completed in the U.K. Stock LT77 sitting behind the Nissan engine.

    RW

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    Default Price adjustment $20k OBO

    wooo boy is the market soft right now. I wish I had a pocket full of cash and was shopping for a rover!! Sadly, that isn't the case. I have one rover too many, and that 110 needs to go to a new home. Will listen to all reasonable offers! - Paying me in post-dated Nigerian travelers checks would NOT be a reasonable offer.

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