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For Sale - 1967 109 NADA (OH, USA) [Ohio, USA]

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Cheetahcraig Craig R
Grafton, OH, USA   USA
Fellow members - I have a 1967 NADA 109 project that I would like to part with. It is an OH title truck and has been in OH since it was imported.
I sold all the original code 343 parts (engine, trans, xfer case, radiator) to a collector because I was going to build an overlander with modern running gear - i.e. diesel conversion, 5-spd trans, etc.
I also sold the steering and pedal.

That being said - it has four new doors from Rovers North and I converted the hinges to Defender style. I have the side glass.
All of the interior is with the truck in the original grey elephant hide. I have the original, bad cowl. The cowl installed is a good, rust free replacement.
I believe the frame is a military replacement - it is NOT original.

I have the NADA plate and Ohio title. It has the original axles and 4 of the 5 wheels.

This is a project!!!! Most likely for a conversion, not a restoration.

I am looking for $4500 but I am open to insults and offers!!!! Thanks, Craig



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farmer bob robert gressard
Streetsboro, OH, USA   USA
I bought it. I had a 88 in the early 1970s. Drove it while on active duty. Terrible ride and not much over 60 on the interstates .Sold it and said I would never buy another. Time has passed and once more into landy land. This time a long wheel base, better tyres or tires in the US, better seats, low ratio axles, and a THUMPING BIG BLOCK engine. This Landy is already missing all the above so why not build it to modern specs. Cheers Bob



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2018-12-15 08:43 PM by farmer bob.

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