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Description / Ref Land Rover Defender 90 Wolf RHD Hard Top (Remus) - 50311  SOLD (Ring for availability)
Photo (a gallery of photos is provided below - where available) Land Rover Defender 90 Wolf RHD Hard Top (Remus)
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Land Rover Defender 90 Wolf RHD Hard Top (Remus)

Just arrived this is a rare Land Rover 90 wolf RHD soft top with REMUS upgrade. The remus upgrade includes the following, extra roll over protection, added vibration acoustic matting and wax injection to chassis/bulkhead and under seal of chassis

  • 300 TDI 2500cc engine
  • R380 5 speed gear box
  • Transfer box with Hi/Lo ratio & centre diff lock
  • Exmoor front seats
  • Anti-vibration acoustic matting
  • Front and rear disc brakes
  • 24 volt electrics
  • PAS (power assisted steering)
  • Internal roll-over protection system
  • Heavy duty chassis and axles
  • Side Mounted Full size spare wheel
  • NATO tow hitch
  • This vehicle needs some cosmetic TLC (not a lot) so is an ideal purchase for someone who wants a LR90 at a reasonable price and is happy to spend a little time and money to make this into a first class example of the Wolf 90 model which are becoming scarce now and thus a good investment for the future.

    In the video we have gone around the car which started on the first turn almost without any cranking of the engine, we have tried to be honest by showing the car in its current condition and highlighting the good and bad bits.


    The Good

  • The car is a runner starting first turn of the key
  • Original 300Tdi engine (not a recon)
  • The gearbox seems in good order
  • The bodywork is straight apart from a few typical dents as highlighted in the video
  • It has a brand new spare tyre
  • The Not So Good

  • It comes as it is shown in the video (untidy would be our best description)
  • It is unregistered (as are all ex. MoD Vehicles)
  • It does need re-painting (which we can do if required)
  • The airbox is off the engine but we can refit as it comes with the car
  • It is not road registered (which we can do if required)
  • There are some bits and pieces need replacing in the cab
  • This car is offered at GBP £9,995 + vat (sensible offers invited)

    Videos (if available)
    Video of Land Rover Defender 90 Wolf RHD Hard Top (Remus)
    Category Used Landrovers Length
    Manufacturer Land Rover Height
    Engine 300 TDi Width
    Gearbox R380 5 speed GVW
    Brakes Front and rear disc brakes Hrs_Kms 28,722 Km
    Steering RHD - PAS Date into Service
    Tyres 7.50R16 G90 Year of Manufacture
    Max Load Qty Available 0
    Electrics 24V Export Requirements ...more SIEL Licence Required
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    All prices qoted are GBP U.K. Pounds Sterling Ex. Works excluding VAT where applicable and shipping / associated costs.
    Vehicles advertised are subject to remaining unsold.
    All prices quoted are based on "per individual unit" purchased, any reductions on advertised price for multiple item orders is subject to negotiation and is conducted at the time of inspection or provision of LOI.
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