Re: Swapping Defender Black for Defender Silver Double-cab
"Paul S. Brown" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Lee_D wrote:
> > "Steve" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> > news:w7mdnQ7Uaa1k_CPenZ2dnUVZ8qOdnZ2d@eclipse.net.uk...
> >> I'm thinking about replacing my 'Black' 110 with the limited edition
> >> 'Silver' double-cab but can't tell from the brochure picture what it
> >> looks
> >> like at the back. And, before you ask, I don't have a moment to spare
> >> track down a local dealer who has one in the showroom.
> > Not being funny, this is a genuine question, how you going to buy one
> > then?
> Go to dealer without one in show room. Flash Warren Taming Device AKA
> chequebook at said dealer. Watch SE motor arrive.
As an owner of a 110 double cab, its not quite as easy as that. It took me
some considerable time to track one down that was for sale. There arn't
many. If your buying from new I guess you could wait for them to rustle one
up in the factory but it might take a while.
The back end looks just like a 90 pickup but it is definitely shorter. I
have an Ifor Williams hardtop on the back of mine and I bought the car as a
compromise vehicle. I keep tools when working in the back bit (or muddy
offroading gear when playing) and kids and wife in the front bit (which
makes the house quieter and tidier!)
Good luck with the purchase.
PS. they are highly desired by thieves as well!!!!