1995 Land Rover Discovery 1 3.9 v8 - $8k *OBO*

nonoturner

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*CLEAN & NO RUST* This rig is very solid and runs great. It’s been my daily driver for the last year and I’ve put 12k highway/city miles on it. Prior to that, it had been sitting in the sun for 11 years. I wish I could keep it and build it up but life/family is just to busy and it's not looking to slow down. This Disco deserves a good loving home and it will serve as a great foundation, and clean slate, for someone looking to build an exceptional overland vehicle. Currently titled and registered in Colorado.

Miles: 153,600

Asking: $8,000 OBO

Location: Grand Junction, CO
Will consider delivering the vehicle in person.

Details:
ALL FLUIDS were changed at 141k w/ oil changes every 3k
2.5” Lift w/ Old Man Emu shocks and springs at 141k
5x new 32” Cooper Discoverer All Terrain tires (11K on the main 4)
New windshield
New starter and thermostat at 153k
New valve cover gaskets at 150k
No electrical issues

Noteworthy:
No radio
Ignition is a bit sticky
Comes with 2 keys and a lock/unlock fob

Additional photos available upon request.

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nonoturner

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*UPDATE* We took a peak at the front floorboards under the carpet to ensure there was "no rust" and ended up finding a bit of rust. We ground and cut out all the rust, welded in a patch, and coated the area with a primer, a sealer, then undercoat.

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nonoturner

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UnfrozenCaveman

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We had our '94 from new until 2017 ... it was a great vehicle for everything.

Sadly, Iowa winters / salted roads are no friend :(

Good luck with the sale and to the new caretaker too !!!
 

rocky

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95 to about 16/17 for my D1. Sometimes I hate living in the rust belt and want to move south... or west......
 

blueboy

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95 to about 16/17 for my D1. Sometimes I hate living in the rust belt and want to move south... or west......
Still use my ‘96 D1 as driver here in W. PA. during the Winter. Royal PITA though spraying the frame, body mounts, etc. each day. Heated garage and fan to dry everything helps with the rust worms.
On one side Winter not too bad this year. On the other ski slopes could have used more snow.
At this juncture looking at some type of protective for next year.
 
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