Land Rover is one of those British automobile manufacturers which has some of the most widely known vehicles. It is a brand of Jaguar Land Rover and was introduced in 1948, as a predominantly four-wheel drive, off-road capable vehicle. Arguably the Land Rover Defender is the most well-known model of their lineup, the Defender dates all the way back to 1983 when it was first introduced, the Defender is the spiritual successor of the Land Rover Series from 1948. This particular 1989 Land Rover Defender 110 is far from what it was originally built with, as the owner has upgraded it with many parts, and comes with just 1,800 miles on the new engine.
An Aston Martin Ceramic paint job in black, as reported by the owner has been applied to this 1989 Land Rover Defender 110. This three-decade-old vehicle has been upgraded with new fenders, grilles, hood, and flares. The front features upgraded smoked headlights, while the brush guard is powder coated in black. All five doors have been replaced with Puma variant doors, and all the hinges, LED-lit door handles, and mirror arms, are billet aluminum as reported by the owner. New blacked-out glass has been installed all around, with a panoramic wrap-around glass around the back and top of the truck. The assist steps are painted in black matching the exterior. A Puma 2013 bulkhead from a newer Defender has been installed with a touch of modernity. The interior roof is taken up by the massive custom-made moonroof in the middle row, and the new Puma sunroof with seals. Melding with the exterior's color is the interior's custom-made burgundy leather, which reportedly had two hides imported and used. Velour carpeting with custom stitching from the same hide is onboard to complement the interior theme. Custom-made door panels made from the same material are in place along with the rear bench. The interior features black suede trim including the headliner. The front heated seats are equipped with lap belts reportedly. The custom center console features a touch button transmission, extra button panel has been added for heated seats and lights. A Pioneer touchscreen system controls the new custom-made sound system which includes a Diamond 6-speaker sound system, a subwoofer in the second row with a custom metal compartment, and in-built amps. Behind the Chelsea Trucking steering wheel are billet aluminum gauge surrounds and a screen built-in to display data.
The Defender is known for its capabilities with its engines, yet this 1989 Land Rover Defender 110 has had its internals ripped out so that only the AC compressor and drum remain. The engine has been replaced by a 6.2L L94 V8 engine coupled with an automatic transmission. Other upgrades include a Ron David custom radiator, a custom air intake system, new hoses and circuits, and a custom exhaust system with quad pipes. New suspension, heavy-duty axles, brakes with copper lines, and a fuel system are installed.
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