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Auction Block: 1993 Land Rover Defender 130

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Apr 23, 2019

Category: Rides

There is absolutely nothing wrong with a stock Land Rover Defender. But if you’re the type to venture far from civilization and, by proxy, roadside assistance, you might want one that’s a bit more decked out. Luckily, this beefy, custom 1993 Land Rover Defender 130 has just hit the auction block.

This particularly kitted SUV has had a unique life, traveling from England to Yugoslavia, Gibraltar, back to England, out to Spain, and then finally to the U.S. — where it now resides with a clean title. It’s also a far cry from the vehicle that rolled off the lot, with a 2.5-liter 300Tdi turbodiesel engine under the hood, a front-end winch, flared fenders, LED lighting, a roof rack, snorkel intake, and custom upholstery — amongst a slew of other upgrades. Truly built to tackle any terrain, this monster off-roader is available on Bring A Trailer with a current bid of $66,630. However, with six days left until the end of the auction, that could jump by quite a bit.

Purchase: $66,630+

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