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This ECD Land Rover Defender Packs A 565HP Corvette LS3 V8

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Jun 21, 2019

Category: Rides

East Coast Defender (ECD) is known for transforming Land Rover Defenders into monstrous masterpieces, as they chase perfection with every build. Their latest project is the Land Rover Defender Project Neo, which is a hulking machine ready to dominate the roads.

Project Neo is based on the Defender 110 and given a meaner demeanor with an exoskeleton, steel bumpers, full-length side steps, rear window guards, a Warn Industries winch, and 20-inch Kahn Mondial Retro wheels paired with 32-inch BF Goodrich All-Terrain tires. Entering the cabin, you’ll find four bucket seats, two forward-facing jump seats, a Momo steering wheel, a wireless charging pad, and a JL Audio premium sound system. Under the hood, you’ll find a beastly Corvette-sourced LS3 V8 engine with 565 hp working with a 6-speed automatic transmission. And the ride also benefits from a suspension lift kit, Fox shocks, and a Borla exhaust system. If you’re looking for a unique 4×4 build experience, ECD is one of the top-tier places to go.

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