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    firstroverdisco2 New Member

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    My name is Mike. After almost two years of searching, I finally pulled the trigger on a 2001 Disco II SE7 for $7,000. I probably paid a little more than I should have but, I believe, with good reason. 116k on the odometer, proper pieces replaced to prevent the Three Amigos, Arizona truck so no rust, everything functions as should less the factory installed Hella fogs and the driver's heated seat, front driveshaft already upgraded, and zero noise under the hood. It is the typical champagne (?) color with blacked out hood and roof, and (I believe) every option available for that year.
     
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    joey Custom Rover Accessories Staff Member

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    Welcome to the forum. Post some Pics.
     
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    Will do. This is the only one I have right now, will take more when the sun is out.

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    joey Custom Rover Accessories Staff Member

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    Very nice... that is a clean D2.
     
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    firstroverdisco2 New Member

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    Thanks. I’m not kidding about searching for two years to find “the one.” At $7k, price was on the high side, but with the expensive maintenance done, I was paying for peace of mind.


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