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Well-known member
May 28, 2005
EDIT - it's a scam listing....same truck, same picture, same price just listed all over the place on offer up

I think I'll go for it:

Hi there,
My name is Eva Miller and I'm emailing you regarding the 2004 Range Rover Land Rover that I have for sale. It is in perfect condition, with no need for any additional repairs. Flawless exterior condition, no scratches and no dents. It has never been involved in an accident. The interior is in excellent condition. I have a Clear Title. Great mileage: 77,204 , Engine: 4.4 L V8 and the automatic transmission shifts perfectly. The last price for the vehicle is $1.000 (including delivery and handling to your address). I'm selling this vehicle because my child of only 26 years died 4 months ago in a bike accident, this was my son's car and it brings me bad memories. Me and my husband travel a lot with our business and we want to make this deal through eBay's Buyer Protection Program, so if you're interested in purchasing the vehicle just reply to me your full name, full address and phone number, so I can notify eBay Motors. Once that is done, they will contact you in the next hours to explain the entire procedure.
God Bless you and your family!
Here are some pictures with the car: : MyImgurPhotos

I asked if she'd throw in the dead kid's bike to sweeten the deal.

Did you ever get the bike thats jacked some one smarter than me should locate those rats and post up address and get them a visit together just because there scamming on a kid ..much less a rover


Well-known member
Aug 7, 2016
Having lived in Tulsa know at least there would be little rust on it.
That's where it is now. I guess it depends on where it's been and for how long.

I can't get my head around that front bumper. Can't tell by pics but I'd assume it is wench ready? Wherever you're going the bumper is going to get there 30 seconds before you do.