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I am selling my 1995 Land Rover Discovery. This is mainly my fun "weekend" truck, but we need to reduce the number of vehicles we own. That's a euphemism for "my wife says it has to go." Prefer selling to someone who already knows a bit about Rovers. Truck is extremely clean and in great shape. Perfect for the mountains or desert or wherever. I would not hesitate to drive it cross country or to a place where gas is cheaper. Here are the details:

1995 Discovery
clean title
black with tan cloth interior (no rips or tears)
122k original miles
automatic transmission
dual sunroofs
rear jump seats
rear A/C
tinted windows all around
custom twin battery setup (dual Optima yellow)
2" lift (Edelbrock/OME front; Bilstein/OME rear)
Safari Gard front bumper w/ skid plate
Safari Gard rock sliders
British Pacific roof rack
Warn 8000 winch w/ recovery kit
Hella 3000 driving lamps
tow ball hitch
Garmin GPS III
Pioneer AM/FM cassette (stock radio w/ code included)
Sony 10-disc CD changer mounted under seat
BFG All Terrain T/A KO tires (245/75-16)
Hi-Lift jack
has new (rebuilt) transfer case
new alternator
radiator just rodded; truck runs super cool
brand new gas tank, dealer-installed per LRNA recall action B156
factory rubber floormats and cargo area mat
rear cargo area cover
rear tire cover
rear lamp guards

Known issues: a couple very minor door dings; 1/2" crack in windshield not in driver's line of sight; leaky hose from PS resevoir to pump. Have original books and service records. 2nd owner. This truck has been well taken care of. Asking $7,000 OBO for this Disco with a lot of goodies already included. Please note I will not sell any of the accessories separately so please don't ask. Email: [email protected] or call (650) 872-7718 xt. 312 or (510) 368-3980. Thanks for reading.

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ChrisR said:
"my wife says it has to go."
Hmmmmmmmmmm....wife, rover?.....wife, rover? :complain: :complain:

Very nice truck, I understand, I had to thin the herd last month of a series III.
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