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    Hello, this may not be the right forum but I can buy a 1982 4d V8 4x4 in rust free very good condition with A/C, new shocks and suspension. electronic ignition. they are asking $17.000. is this priced right? I know my defenders and series prices, but with range rover I am completely in the dark, it is a LHD about 138000 km. original paint. thank you.
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    Price seems a tad heavy. Nice looking Rover, interior has seen better days. What are the inner fenders and bulkhead like? The drivers footwell does not look too appetising.

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    Here is one that is the same year, but a 2 door and went for 10K less. With a lot more stuff too...

    http://www.expeditionportal.com/foru...ange-Rover-LHD

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    First but gone: 91 3 door Disco "White Rhino"
    77 Series III 88 ex MoD "Shongololo"
    Gone and I miss her: 97 D1 5 speed
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    Tnx, the car has no rust at all. Everything works. well maintained, what is a tad heavy in $ ?


    Quote Originally Posted by Les Parker View Post
    Price seems a tad heavy. Nice looking Rover, interior has seen better days. What are the inner fenders and bulkhead like? The drivers footwell does not look too appetising.

    2p

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    Hi, Thanks for the input, I read the description of the truck in the link, that one is rough tough a 2 door and what engine. This one is in great condition with a/c, new suspension, electronic ignition etc. and zero rust. So if that yellow car went for 6.5K? what would you pay for a good condition truck?
    Located in GA

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    Probably need a lot more high res pictures including the floor boards to have anyone give a decent $$$ point unless someone saw it in person.

    Its "gray market" so its not listed in NADA, the NADA for a 1987 high retail is listed at $9400.

    If its mileage is truly 87K miles that's a plus.

    It really comes down to what someone would pay for it.
    First but gone: 91 3 door Disco "White Rhino"
    77 Series III 88 ex MoD "Shongololo"
    Gone and I miss her: 97 D1 5 speed
    04 DII
    08 D3 (LR3)

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