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Old 16 Apr 2005
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expedition prepared defender for sale in portugal!

Hi! I'm selling my portuguese registered Defender 90 300Tdi. I'm selling it only to trade for a 110SW because i need to travel with 4 people from now on...

The car is in good mechanical shape (i have the papers of all maintainence operations). It has 94.000km (wich i can prove) and only has had one owner.

Mods:
-Warn XD9000i winch
-ARB rear dif lock
-3 diesel tanks with 160L total
-Old Man Emu shocks and springs
-7.50R16 Desert/Sand Tires (Dunlop SP TGS)
-Optima batery
-Mantec snorkel
-Underbody protection
-Water Jerrys 100L

Ideal to someone who is planing to head for africa!
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Old 16 Apr 2005
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Photos of the car are available in http://www.100rumo.com

only in portuguese sorry...

click "expedições", then choose "SENEGAL2003 PISTA ATLANTICA" and finaly "galeria de fotografias"

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Hi,

What is it? Hardtop, SW? Number of seats?

Thanks,

Pieter
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Hi!

the car is a SW hard top 6 seater!



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Hi,

Thanks for that info.

How much do you want for it, and whereabouts in Lisbon are you?

(Sorry, would write in Portuguese but are still trying to learn).

Pieter
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Oops, forgot to ask, where exactely do I find pics on your website, I only seem to find pics of soft tops.

Pieter
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Oi!

I´m asking 10.000euros for the car.
As option I will sell it for 8.500euros without the winch and the ARB rear diff lock.

The car is currently at figueira da foz, but if you are interested i could bring it to lx.

As for the photos... did you follow the "instructions" on one of my previous posts? you have to see the photos of the senegal-2003 trip. There are photos of a discovery, 2 series and my defender (white).




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Yes, I followed your instructions re. the photos, but there is nothing there that looks like yours.

Pieter
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Are you sure that you looking in the Senegal expedition?
My car is a white Defender90 Hard Top.

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Yes, quite sure. Only five pics there, no white Defender in sight. Only softtop, lightweight.

If you have the pic on your computer you could email it to me pieter@vroom.f9.co.uk

Thanks,

Pieter

[This message has been edited by pieter (edited 23 April 2005).]
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You only see 5 thumbnails but you'll need to scroll the page horizontally, then you'll see much more. This is very bad page design. Also, with Firefox, main picture that is displayed when a thumbnail is clicked is offscreen and can't be seen without extensive scrolling after each thumbnail click.
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Ah, this is weird. I did notice and use the scroll buttons, but only clicked the right hand one once, which just added a blank space, so I assumed there were no other pics. But there are, have found them now. Thanks.

I'll discuss things with my wife when she gets back on Monday, and get back to you, but have one more question for now. If you take off the diff lock but leave the winch, what would the price be?

Thanks for your patience,

Pieter
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yap... that site needs some work...

about the car, I will sell for 9000euros with everything except the ARB Diff Locker.

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Hi,

I think I'll give it a pass, sorry.

After discussing it with my wife we feel a 90 isn't ideal for us with two kids. In particular the side facing rear seats.

Good luck with selling it,

Pieter
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sure, no problem! with two kids a D90 is one of the worst cars you could buy.
go for a 110, a discovery or a RR...



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