Finally picked myself up my future off-road toy. 2000 Land Rover Discovery II. V8 (Bosch - this was made when BMW owned LR). (13/17 mpg LOL). 101K miles but in great condition. It had oil and also had a leak. Valve covers were leaking so I had a local shop do those as well as replace the blower motor relay for the A/C. I checked underneath and the front driveshaft has been rebuilt (u-foints all have zerks) so that's good. It was a weak link and could come apart and DESTROY your transmission ($4K) if not addressed since LR for some retarded reason decided that zerk fittings on the u-joints were a bad idea. So when the grease was gone, you had a 3500 RPM time-bomb under your ass. This one has zerks (so you can grease them) on all the u-joints and has no free-play at all. I'm going to keep it as-is for a few thousand miles before I do anything to it. A proper 4'-5" lift will come when I decide it's time but will be done at the same time as the gears, lockers, axles (stronger), brake lines, bumpers, rock-sliders, cage ,etc. My buddy will do all the fab work for links and armor. I'll do the lift myself. Only body damage is the front bumper on the right side (surprise-surprise... common issue since they get brittle like glass after many years of sun) but I'll be replacing that anyway with an metal plate winch-bumper. I can deal with it for now. The headliner is sagging but I'll just rip that out and paint it instead of re-upholstering it (no sun-roofs so it should be easy). The fender plastic will also be repainted with plastikote and primer after a good sanding then coated with a good UV clear like the stuff from Line-X. Everything works all the way down to the heated seats. I feel really good after looking over it myself and having just got it back from my mechanic and having him look over it as well. Looks like the PO (i'm the 2nd owner) took very good care of it and did a great job keeping it up in good running condition. Tires are about 75% on the rolling stock and 100% on the spare. I have both key-fobs (both need replacement though) as well as the valet key. Well here are some pics. Paid $4500 for her. Paint is awesome (looks like it spent it's life indoors). Interior is pretty good. The suede on the door panels have some wear as does the steering wheel but that's expected after 101K. It doesn't look like much now but I hope to get it similar to this one within the year. I will also do update the front clip so it will look the same.