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Defender 110 300tdi 110 Land Rover Defender Galvanised and new Bulkhead

Discussion in 'Land Rovers For Sale' started by Pillar, Dec 28, 2018.

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  1. Pillar

    Pillar Well-Known Member

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    Open to offers (or ideas) is my beloved 1998 300tdi 110.

    Only considering selling as I am off to Canada for 4+ months next year and will not have the time for it. Mechanically sound except: Likely pinion bearing failure (salisbury axle) happened last week, the day I was collecting the keys from my new house! The misses was unimpressed! Drove it home with shafts and prop off.

    Completely rebuilt by me last year on a Richards galvanised chassis.
    Puma (2013) bulkhead
    Home made wiring loom and dashboard- simple but functional
    All brand new suspension components
    Front axle rebuilt, brand new flanges, swivels, cvs and half shafts.
    Brand new wheel bearings all round
    New clutch
    Engine and gear box brilliant. Cambelt done 10k ago. 155k miles. MOT'd until Sept 19.

    The negatives
    Before the next MOT: the exhaust will require new mounts (currently 3inch pipe sat on the chassis, very loud and function but probably won't go through a test!)
    Requires windscreen washers- I haven't got around to it yet.

    Location near Warminster. (Wiltshire)
     
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    You'll only regret it if you sell it!

    Can it not be fixed whilst you're away?
     
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    Pillar Well-Known Member

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    Fixing it isn’t the problem. I can always find time to do that! For the most part this year, it will be sat around doing nothing. And it deserves far more than that!
     
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    Mine just sat still for 8 months. Started first time, now out and about again.

    Where you off?
     
  6. Pillar

    Pillar Well-Known Member

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    Canada and America, 4+ months in one and then 1 in the other. I’m not concerned with it starting, it will just be sat there doing nothing.
     
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    I bet the misses the misses has had words , I’d keep it
     
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    It'll sit there for months yeah, but it'll be waiting for you. All that time and effort to rebuild it, sort the niggles when you get back and enjoy it
     
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    Have you still got it fella?
     
  10. Pillar

    Pillar Well-Known Member

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    Yes mate.
     
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    Are you interested?
     
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    Hello, I am interested, can you message me how much you are looking for.
    Thanks
     
  14. Pillar

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    So I think what I will do is embark on a second rebuild, (we have a spare Cummins lying around).

    So anyone want my 300tdi, R380 and transfer box, delivered anywhere in the country. Currently located in South Wiltshire. Make an offer.
     
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    Im in 2 minds to convert my D1 to a manual or break it...….I have a newly built 300 but I need the injection pump ect as I have
    the EDC so how much were you thinking & il have a stew over it ;)
     
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    I suspect too much if you just want to rob bits from it! This is a formed unit ready to drop in and go?

    Engines alone are going on eBay for £400. This is the lot incl delivery!
     
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    Yes but how much are you asking for it?
     
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    Pillar Well-Known Member

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    Well I don’t know what it’s worth. I will probably stick it on the bay and let it find it’s own value.

    It also depends on how far away you live if you want it delivered!
     
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    Do you want 400 including delivery or do you not know what you want for it ??

    Advanced search on begay will tell you exactly what they have sold for, not many bidding over 330 some cheaper
    with autoboxes & an auto selling price is around 200 prob not worth it to me.

    How much for the cummings :D
     
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    Spot the ****ing joker, £400 inc delivery to but **** nowhere’s
     
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