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Land Rover Defender 110 “The Duke” By Arkonik

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Apr 20, 2018

Category: Rides

Built for royalty, this Santorini Black Land Rover 110 Defender is decked-out for the cause and ready for battle. It’s all courtesy of Arkonik – the aftermarket builders who enjoy taking things to the next level in the realm of beefy 4×4 SUVs.

Under the hood of The Duke lies a powerful 3.5 L V8 engine that helps propel this blacked-out behemoth now hooked up with Kahn 1983 18” alloy wheels wrapped in BFGoodrich AT tires. Additionally, mounted to the exterior is a First Four Shadow bumper, a WARN Zeon 12K-S winch, Front Runner roof rack, 5x LED spotlights and Fire & Ice side steps. Inside, the dream continues compliments of Diamond Black leather along with red stitch seating trim, 2x premium high back center row seats, an Evander 15” wooden rim steering wheel, and a premium Pioneer sound system. Unfortunately, this one’s already been sold to a lucky someone here in the states, however, to get a project of your own in the works simply drop them a line at any time.

Learn More: Arkonik

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