1988 Land Rover Defender ‘Build N62’ By Coolnvintage

Jan 14, 2019

Category: Rides

With all the exceptional customizing firms that restore and modify classic vehicles out there, it can be very difficult for a brand to stand out from the pack. But if anyone does, it’s Lisbon-based Coolnvintage, who have managed to drop our jaws yet again with their 1988 Land Rover Defender ‘Build N62.’

Immaculately done up in gorgeous ‘Grasmere Green’ paint with a stunning bespoke tan leather interior (with matching trim) and a matching black-and-tan soft top, it’s hard to believe this isn’t a brand-spanking-new 4×4. And we can only imagine the 300Tdi turbodiesel engine under the hood is equally as well-cared-for and ready to hit the road on any adventure. The best part of all, however, is that it’s available for sale in Los Angeles with Montana plates. That’s right — she’s registered in the United States and waiting for an exceptionally lucky buyer. Reach out to Coolnvintage for pricing information.

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