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I have always loved the land rovers, but have never been lucky enough to have one. I have been involved with toyota landcruisers for many years now and am looking to broaden my horizons. You guys have any reccommendations on where to find used rovers, preferably older and cheaper? While I am looking for something that is a partial daily driver, mostly looking for another rig to build up/revive. The defender or series trucks are preferable...

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Welcome to Land rovers only...I am not sure where to find affordable Defenders or series, but the Range rovers and Disco's are going gor great prices!! I got my rangie for $2700!!!!
 

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Welcome to Land rovers only...I am not sure where to find affordable Defenders or series, but the Range rovers and Disco's are going gor great prices!! I got my rangie for $2700!!!!
I agree with Funrover, Defenders won't come cheap even a beat up one. Although there are Series LR's that can be found relatively cheap. I can't remember the web site, but there is a place in Tenn. around Chttanooga that just deals specifically in the series vehicles. If anyone knows the name and website please chime in.
 

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I agree with Funrover, Defenders won't come cheap even a beat up one. Although there are Series LR's that can be found relatively cheap. I can't remember the web site, but there is a place in Tenn. around Chttanooga that just deals specifically in the series vehicles. If anyone knows the name and website please chime in.
Skytop rovers. They usually have some nice stuff. Roversland in Miami usually has some good series trucks. I got my Rangie from them.
 

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Thanks for the help

Thanks for all the tips. I am finding that the Defenders are wayyyyy out of my price range. Just need to find someway to justify buying a series truck to the old lady. She already thinks that the driveway is looking a little shabby with a 69 FJ40, who know if she could handle another vintage truck?
 
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