2004 SE7 WHITE/ALPACA 68030 MILES

Apr 20, 2004
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Lexington, Va
excellent condition
SPOTLESS Frame

NEW HEADS WITH ELRING GASKETS
NEW NITTOS GOING ON TOMORROW

Exterior is near flawless
INTERIOR is close to the same

More info as I have a chance to look things over
 

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bri

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I hope you are asking $20,000+ for that unicorn.
Stop jackin' up the price. Sheesh. You can buy '11 range rover for $11-14k, why would you expect 20k?

I love the vehicle.
 
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Tugela

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Stop jackin' up the price. Sheesh. You can buy '11 range rover for $11-14k, why would you expect 20k?
There are several flavors of Rover I would buy before acquiring a D2, including an L322 Range Rover (although I'd stick to 2007-2009). Will has unearthed this rare gem that is going to make someone reach for his checkbook before he creams his pants. I'm sure Will has a good sense of what kind of price it could fetch. This is the kind of truck that is worth preserving as a museum piece and could be featured in a Land Rover magazine article in 2034.
 
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bri

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There are several flavors of Rover I would buy before acquiring a D2, including an L322 Range Rover (although I'd stick to 2007-2009). Will has unearthed this rare gem that is going to make someone reach for his checkbook before he creams his pants. I'm sure Will has a good sense of what kind of price it could fetch. This is the kind of truck that is worth preserving as a museum piece and could be featured in a Land Rover magazine article in 2034.
I have alot of respect for Will and what he does for us, but an '04 D2 ain't worthy of any Museum and I have no idea what a Land Rover magazine is.

I have seen you post about the years preference. Once my job is back on track, I will likely let a D1 '98 LSE and '01 H&H go to fund something more modern.

Just, to make a note.... everything I have purchased from Will (which is not that much, but did include an engine), has been delivered as described and more than price competitive. My comment about jacking up the price, was somewhat tongue in cheek and not meant at all to disrespect Will.

I would kind of like to know what it goes for, but no biggee.
 
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I have alot of respect for Will and what he does for us, but an '04 D2 ain't worthy of any Museum and I have no idea what a Land Rover magazine is.
I'm with you there - the 2004 model year Discovery is not one of Land Rover's greatest achievements in my book, but there is a grain of truth to the cliche that there's no accounting for taste. For some reason people latch onto certain models and covet them with irrational exuberance. The 2004 Disco is one of those. My point is that this particular example is in such good condition that it's worth preserving in its original form so that when it turns 30 people will have a reference point for what Land Rovers used to look like. Just like the British Rover mags like to feature "barn finds" of old Series trucks that are in remarkable original shape, one day this white Disco could be a living memorial to the twilight years of solid axle Landies.
 
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bri

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I'm with you there - the 2004 model year Discovery is not one of Land Rover's greatest achievements in my book, but there is a grain of truth to the cliche that there's no accounting for taste. For some reason people latch onto certain models and covet them with irrational exuberance. The 2004 Disco is one of those. My point is that this particular example is in such good condition that it's worth preserving in its original form so that when it turns 30 people will have a reference point for what Land Rovers used to look like. Just like the British Rover mags like to feature "barn finds" of old Series trucks that are in remarkable original shape, one day this white Disco could be a living memorial to the twilight years of solid axle Landies.
OK, I get it.

If it were the right timing and price, I would consider it. But I would drive it....
 

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I would say I am the odd man out here, but given the price wave the 2004 D2s have been riding over the past few years I am not alone. To me, the 2004 D2 is a near-classic and the best solid axle LR ever brought stateside. It has the most powerful engine of the solid axle bunch (though it can be a gamble), very aggressive traction control, CDL, good on and off road manners, and (highly subjective) iconic aesthetics. I find it to be a good mix of modernity and classic looks, but hey, that's just my opinion.

As for this one, it seems to check all the boxes for one of the high-dollar units. Too bad the classic and near-classic car markets are close to frozen right now.