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1993 North American Specification (NAS) Defender 110, plaque number 198 of 500.
I am the second owner of this vehicle, having acquired it in 2013 from the original owner. When I began searching
for a NAS 110, I did so with the knowledge I’d gained as the owner of a 1997 Defender 90. I understood exactly
what I wanted, and had the following requirements: little to no rust, as close to original condition as possible,
well cared for with supporting service documentation, and a clean title confirming the history and stated mileage.
I spent over a year searching for one, flew out to personally inspect multiple NAS 110’s throughout the country,
and spent thousands on pre-purchase inspections, before discovering this vehicle at a ranch in Texas which checked
off all of my requirements. Since then, I’ve continued to care for this vehicle, truly appreciating just how few
of these are left in this near-original, un-molested condition.
Today, the truck has approximately 72,500 miles, and presents itself as a vehicle that has been used sparingly
throughout its life. That said, it will be turning 25 years old next year, and reasonable expectations should be
I have included the attached photos which I believe honestly depict the vehicle in its current condition, but I
have listed some items of note as you look through them:
-The original ANR1534 white steel wheels have been professionally refinished in black, with new tires recently
-The original radio has been replaced with an Alpine hands-free head unit, but the original is included
-The original headlights have been replaced with Truck-Lite LEDs, but the originals are included for replacement at
the buyer’s discretion
-The original LT77 gearbox was replaced with the R380 as part of an elective service from Land Rover N.A., which
still shifts smoothly today
-Braided stainless steel oil cooler lines have been fitted to replace the original rubber ones
-I have taken steps to ensure that the rust-free chassis and bulkhead would remain as such, but the running boards
could use either refinishing or replacement
-Interior including the dash and seats are close to perfect
-The passenger door could use either re-skinning or replacement in the future
-Headliner is sagging a bit in places
Additional original accessories included but not pictured include:
-Land Rover winch bag and leather gloves
-NAS 110 workshop manual
-Original window sticker
-NAS 110 owner’s manual
1993 Land Rover Defender on 2040-cars
Hamden, New York, United States
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The Middle East is one of the fastest-growing markets for Land Rover, so it makes sense that the automaker is looking to set up shop in the region. According to Automotive News, Jaguar Land Rover is in talks with the people of Saudi Arabia to build a factory in the country at an expected initial cost of $1.2 billion. Still in the early stage of talks, the proposed facility could start up by 2017 using locally sourced materials such as steel and aluminum.
Such an arrangement could be beneficial for both entities as Saudi Arabia looks to diversify its oil-reliant economy and Land Rover could get local production capacity of around 50,000 units. The report also says that the agreement talks about the possibility for Jaguar models to be built at the same plant further down the road.
This won't be the first vehicle produced in Saudi Arabia - that honor goes to the KSU Gazal-1 - but it will be the first from a major global automaker.
Is It An Off-Road Adventure Or Just A Walk In The Park?
I remember having to get out and lock hubs and shift into neutral to engage low range.
Coming off press previews of the 2013 Land Rover Range Rover and the 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee that involved some heavy-duty off-road rock climbing, I'm simply amazed at the capabilities that these vehicles possess. But even more impressive (or troubling depending on your perspective) is the relative ease with which you can operate these vehicles in seemingly impossible terrain.
Nearly every major business is collecting consumer data these days, and keeping that data secure has come to the forefront of many customer's minds. Jaguar Land Rover North America's decision to begin requesting more customer info from its dealer network appears unfortunately timed, however. If it had come a few years ago, it might have been ignored, but in today's climate of heightened awareness, a few dealers are pushing back. To put the showrooms in an even tougher position, JLR NA is threatening to deny quarterly incentives if they do not turn over the customer data, according to Automotive News.
JLR NA instated the nationwide plan, which it calls Single View CRM, on February 7, but according to Stuart Schorr, Jaguar Land Rover North America Vice President of Communications, the automaker has been negotiating with its dealers to institute the new program for over a year. Schorr tells Autoblog that no financial information is being shared, noting that such data is limited to customer details, including things like what vehicles they own and whether they have any pending service. The initiative is meant to "improve customers' and owners' engagement with the brand," he said. Also, the company is not accessing dealer data itself; instead showrooms are asked to enter the info into JLR's database.