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"The 90" is what the family has always called her.
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Vehicle Name "The 90" is what the family has always called her.
Year 1997
Make Land Rover
Model NAS SW 90
Color Green/White
1997 Land Rover NAS SW 90
History Purchased her in 2004 from the guy that bought on January 1, 1997 from Peabody Land Rover. He picked me up at Logan airport, we drove back to his home on Marblehead, we walked around the truck and talked shop for an hour and I drove back to Virginia where it has been my daily driver from day-one. My three kids have learned to drive in it and it has been the most reliable vehicle I have ever owned bar none.
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Rockware winch bumper, frame sliders, Cat plate and Sill sliders, Safari Gard rear bumperettes, front steering guard, rear tank guard and rear hitch.

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Bone Stock

Suspension, Wheels, and Tires
OME med-duty springs, RTE adj trailing arms, Bilstein shocks, Disco spring isolators. Wolf Steelies with KM2's

Driveline
Stock 4.0GEMS/ZF. GBR 411's with Detroit/TT lockers.
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Old 12-10-2016, 12:46 PM   #2
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Was it originally a soft top? It looks like it has snaps on the tub in the first pic, along with the half doors.
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Looking good. I daily drive mine as well. No better way to ensure it is running well and maintenance is up to date than to depend on it daily. Cheers
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Was it originally a soft top? It looks like it has snaps on the tub in the first pic, along with the half doors.
Crap! Good spot. That's actually a pic of the POE I had right be for my 97SW. Trying to add pics with phone didnt go as planned.
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