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    Default 1986 Defender 110 Rebuilt to 2011 spec $75,000 incl shipping to Baltimore

    We build these vehicles to order on a 1985/6 galvanised chassis, they have diesel engines and 6 speed manual gearboxes and a/c, for more info visit the rebuilt section on our website, www.globallandrovers.com

    we can also offer:
    SE spec for $15,000
    Auto Conversion for $10,021
    Metallic Paint for $4000.
    Alloys for $2250.00
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    anybody got a spare $75,000 laying around they aren't using?
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    No, but even if I did I would recommend not spend all of it here.
    Kase
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    Default i have a better idea

    Seems like it would be easier and cheaper to get a 2011 Defender and have the TITLE rebuilt to 1986 specs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiscoSux View Post
    No, but even if I did I would recommend not spend all of it here.
    What would you do? go to ECR and get a 75k wheel nut lol!

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    I wasn't going to include my 2 pennies..... but here goes!
    I get the Defender heritage, I love the fact that Land Rover still manufacture these wonderfull vehicles, I certainly apprecciate the Privateers for restoring them.

    BUT, why in the hell do you think that the Toyota's; Nissan's; and even Jeep's are dominating in the plains of Africa and Australia's outback and anywhere else a vehicle like this applies?

    The U.N. can buy 2 and half Toyota's for a the price ( pushing $100,000 ) for 1 Defender!

    My theory will be sooner or later.... Land Rover and Privateers will make this vehicle extinct!

    If they were the price of a 2010 Toureg TDI demo.... I would buy one in a heartbeat!

    Cheers,
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    If you are in Africa I can supply you a new Defender for just under $40,000. I am happy to sell these to Americans and let them worry about how to get them in.

    The 2010 Toureg TDI is not comparable to the Defender, its direct competition is the Discovery 4 or LR4 as its known in the USA. And sure buy a 2010 Toureg TDI and in 5 years it will be worth a fraction of what you paid for it, whilst the Defender will hold its value.

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    Quote Originally Posted by glr View Post
    What would you do? go to ECR and get a 75k wheel nut lol!
    a wheel nut(lug nut) does not cost 75K at ECR. However, to compare your trucks to that shop is a pretty far stretch. Good Luck with the sale.

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