This Practically-Perfect Restomod Land Rover Defender 110 Could Be Yours

Dec 17, 2019

Category: Rides

Making its triumphant return in 2020 — after going out of production in 2016 — Land Rover’s Defender is finally back. And while there are plenty of folks chomping at the bit to get aboard one of the new models, we’re still quite partial to the older options. That’s especially true when an example looks as good as this Defender 110 restomod from Brooklyn Coachworks.

Done up in ‘Keswick Green,’ this beastly, classic 4×4 was brought back into fighting shape exclusively using genuine Land Rover equipment. That includes new Wolf 16” steel wheels with beefy BF Goodrich tires, front and rear bumpers, folding side steps, jump seats, and more. But the star of the show — the rebuilt 200Tdi engine with a matching 5-speed transmission — is actually original. Best of all, this gorgeous automotive icon can be yours for just $75,000.

Purchase: $75,000

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