1989 Land Rover 90

Eye-catching truck cab 90 with later 200tdi engine; recent £2,200 spend on new timing belt, water pump, gearbox rebuild and new clutch - ready for some mud-plugging

Dating from August 1989 this Land Rover 90 truck cab predates the ‘Defender’ nomenclature and was originally powered by the early 2.5 Diesel Turbo lump – however, this has been upgraded to the later 200Tdi unit.

The truck has been lovingly re-built into the eye-catching monster we see here complete with huge Insa Turbo Special Trek tyres sat on black Modular wheels, with side bars, black checker plating to the wing tops and bonnet, upgrade LED head lights and clear side light/tail light lenses with black light surrounds and front grill, snorkel, front bull-bar, sump guard and diff guard.

Inside, we find a couple of black vinyl bucket seats, polished gear knobs, boost gauge, after-market steering wheel, Kenwood radio/CD player, tinted windows and a few other mods as pictured.

The truck shows 110,470 miles which have been covered by the 8 former and current owner of the 90.  The history file includes the V5C, current MOT valid until January 2023 which recorded two advisories for the window tint and an invoice for a recent £2,200 spend on the truck for a new timing belt, new 3pc clutch, new water pump, new glow plugs, oil service, gear box rebuild and ‘gearbox selecting change’ by MotorSmart Auto Centre in August 2022.

Ready to be enjoyed, this pumped up Defender looks like a lot of fun and has all the cool-factor needed year round come rain or snow.

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Reg No: G883HKY
Chassis Number: SALLDVAB7FA371055
Engine Size: 2495
Docs: V5C; invoice; MOT Jan-23 with 2 advisories

Sale Section & Buyers Premium (ex VAT): Car 12%, Minimum £150

Estimate: £10,000-12,000

Lot 119

Lot ended

Wednesday 14/09/2022

Hammer Price (inc. buyers premium)

Not Sold

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