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integrale



Member Since: 29 Oct 2015
Location: Auckland
Posts: 77

New Zealand 
Heritage 90 sold

Sold my Heritage 90. One of 5 NZ new vehicles with just 2,000kms.

Irreplaceable, but had got into the Garage Queen syndrome where I daren't use it much because of its rarity, low kms etc... Bought by an enthusiast who happily paid the $120,000 asking price

I'll replace it with another 90 (not Final Edition) when prices settle after the "new Defender model" finally arrives.


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Post #767270 6th Apr 2019 9:01pm
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ericvv



Member Since: 02 Jun 2011
Location: Near the Jet d'Eau
Posts: 5549

Switzerland 2009 Defender 110 Puma 2.4 SVX Station Wagon Santorini Black

That’s 72.000€ if I have the forex right. Wow, nice price. Gives you some ammo for getting a replacement in due time. And for now you created another happy new owner. Thumbs Up
Eric You never actually own a Defender. You merely look after it for the next generation.
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Post #767273 6th Apr 2019 9:08pm
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JOW240725



Member Since: 04 May 2015
Location: Suffolk
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United Kingdom 2012 Defender 110 Puma 2.2 XS CSW Orkney Grey

£62k I can see why you were tempted to sell. I hope you don't regret it.

Sooooo... What were you tempted by? Whistle James
MY2012 110 2.2TDCi XS SW Orkney Grey - http://www.defender2.net/forum/topic43410.html
MY1990 110 200TDi SW beautifully faded Portofino Red - https://www.defender2.net/forum/post743641.html#743641
MY1984 90 V8 Slate Grey - https://www.defender2.net/forum/post744557.html#744557
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Post #767287 6th Apr 2019 9:37pm
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integrale



Member Since: 29 Oct 2015
Location: Auckland
Posts: 77

New Zealand 

NZ new price was $86,000 with aircon, carpets, ICE, towbar etc included in the standard spec.

Something in Keswick green would be nice.

Celebrating 50 years of Land Rover ownership and wish I still had my previous S1 80" vehicles now.
A very sad '52 awaits attention - but with a Holden 6 and chassis rot, much work will need to be done.

Post #767294 6th Apr 2019 10:02pm
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defender9



Member Since: 12 Mar 2016
Location: Fylde Coast
Posts: 1097

United Kingdom 2015 Defender 90 Puma 2.2 SW Keswick Green

Nice Defender and a good price for you.

Get stuck into your 52 S1 they are a nice project. I have a 53 ex Aussie 80in which also had a Holden 6 but luckily it came with the original engine block. 2015 Defender 90 SW / 1985 factory V8 Ninety
1953 80in ex Australia
1955 Series 1 now owned by my son

Post #767314 6th Apr 2019 11:29pm
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Pickles



Member Since: 26 May 2013
Location: Melbourne
Posts: 3435

Australia 2013 Defender 90 Puma 2.2 CSW Keswick Green

There are a few Heritage editions for sale in Aus at $100K+, around twice the new price.
Pickles.

Post #767319 7th Apr 2019 2:31am
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