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Trakito1



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Heritage value? Possibly selling.

Hello everyone,

I'm possibly selling my 110 SW Heritage and I'm wondering how much I could sell it for. I've no experience in selling cars, much more a Land Rover run-out Defender.

1200 miles
Alive re-map
Nakatenenga wheel carrier
Slick shift
Alpine single DIN stereo with Bazooka sub under front passenger seat
Reversing sensors
Rock and Tree sliders

Thank you for any advice

Cheers

Marc

Post #645055 19th Aug 2017 2:42pm
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Kit



Member Since: 12 Feb 2016
Location: Shropshire
Posts: 923

United Kingdom 1993 Defender 90 200 Tdi SW Scotia Grey

Probably a fair wack more than you brought it for but it'll take a while to find the right person, I wish I had one! 1993 200 Tdi 90 CSW
1956 Series 1 Hard-top
1958 Series 1 Soft-top

Post #645061 19th Aug 2017 3:46pm
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familymad



Member Since: 13 Dec 2011
Location: Bucks
Posts: 2392

2016 Defender 130 Puma 2.2 HCPU Santorini Black

http://www.autotrader.co.uk/classified/adv...amp;page=5

Worth watching and see how he gets on? 2012 130 DCPU
1951 80" S1
1958 88" S2

Post #645080 19th Aug 2017 5:34pm
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discomog



Member Since: 09 May 2015
Location: Notts/Lincs Border
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United Kingdom 2015 Defender 90 Puma 2.2 XS CSW Santorini Black

46,500 seems a bit optimistic but I guess the seller is trying his hand. Santorini 90XS SW
Discovery Sport
Morgan Plus 8

Post #645086 19th Aug 2017 5:46pm
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Huttopia



Member Since: 23 Feb 2016
Location: West Midlands
Posts: 681

United Kingdom 1996 Defender 90 300 Tdi PU Portofino Red

From the how many left website it looks like there only just over 100 of the 110 Heritage, so more exclusive than the 90 Whistle

Post #645087 19th Aug 2017 5:49pm
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wyvern



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Location: Cornwall
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United Kingdom 2012 Defender 110 Puma 2.2 XS CSW Firenze Red
Re: Heritage value? Possibly selling.

Trakito1 wrote:
Hello everyone,

I'm possibly selling my 110 SW Heritage and I'm wondering how much I could sell it for. I've no experience in selling cars, much more a Land Rover run-out Defender.

1200 miles
Alive re-map
Nakatenenga wheel carrier
Slick shift
Alpine single DIN stereo with Bazooka sub under front passenger seat
Reversing sensors
Rock and Tree sliders

Thank you for any advice

Cheers

Marc



After extensive research I have found the the price, and could go as far and say its worth about 2.50, so Ill be kind hearted and take it off your hands for 5.00 ... where shall I send the money ..??

Whistle Poppy - TDCI (Puma) 110XS 2.2 - Camper conversion
Elgar -TDCI(Puma) 110XS Dormobile - now sold
Devon & Cornwall 4x4 Response - DC126

Post #645098 19th Aug 2017 6:43pm
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gilarion



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Wales 2007 Defender 90 Other CSW Willow Green

I will beat that by 100% and give you a tenner provided you give it a clean before I pick it up Laughing For those who like Welsh Mountains and narrow boats have a look at my videos and photos at..

http://www.youtube.com/user/conwy1

Post #645099 19th Aug 2017 6:53pm
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Trakito1



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Thank you for the advice and the light-hearted comments Smile

Yeah I was told that there are fewer 110 SW compared to the other Heritage variants.

I'll hold onto it for now... a colleague at work offered 45K but I wasn't tempted.

Post #645107 19th Aug 2017 7:39pm
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Trakito1



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He raised it to 54,250 Smile

discomog wrote:
46,500 seems a bit optimistic but I guess the seller is trying his hand.

Post #647300 31st Aug 2017 1:10am
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Wheel



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Hi

Did you sell this and if you don't mind me asking, how much did it sell for ??

Thanks,

Mark

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JJ



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United Kingdom 1987 Defender 110 V8 Petrol CSW Corris Grey

http://www.lrmotors.co.uk/used/land-rover/...#top-image
One for sale here as an indication of prices being asked. HR064 Hampshire and Berkshire 4x4 Response

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Trakito1



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Wheel wrote:
Hi

Did you sell this and if you don't mind me asking, how much did it sell for ??

Thanks,

Mark


Hi No I didn't sell and keeping indoors Smile

Marc

Post #669055 5th Dec 2017 4:20am
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Trakito1



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Hello again and Happy New Year!

Just about to spend £900 for the 24th month service at Hunters LR, plus road tax and insurance, and it seemed impractical to me spending for a truck that is warm in safe indoor storage. So I may sell this in a few weeks time.
For lack of selling experience on my part, what is the best and safest way of selling a Defender with regard to not being scammed, avoiding test pilots (I'm guessing potential buyers already know how a Defender drives), and how to politely refuse test drives? Am I better off selling to a Land Rover specialist dealer? Any advice welcome and appreciated.

Thanks again

Marc

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Mash



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Guernsey 1998 Defender 90 300 Tdi HT Nato Green

If the vehicle isn’t taxed that’s the excuse for no test drives, however it’s not the fact a potential buyer might know how a defender drives, a test drive can reveal a lot about a car and what condition it is in. I would not buy a car for that sort of price without wanting a test drive or even a ride so I can make sure everything operates as it should. 90 wolf - Jasmin http://www.defender2.net/forum/topic39408.html
90 V8 - Maggie http://www.defender2.net/forum/topic42564.html
110 TD5 - Buggsy http://www.defender2.net/forum/topic59029.html
D3 Hse - Fiona
Capri 2l S - Anna

Think I might have a problem............

Post #675762 4th Jan 2018 4:13pm
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Trakito1



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Thank you for that very valid point. I was thinking too much of mitigating risks and not enough on attracting potential buyers. Yes, it's not taxed and insured at the moment, that may change depending on what interest it generates, buyers-wise.
Thanks again.

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