The Land Rover Defender had long been a cornerstone of the Land Rover line-up. From here is where the brand was built—a product of the Land Rover that existed before a switch to the luxurious wood-’n’-leather-filled products that we see today. Make no mistake, the base Defender is a utilitarian tool designed to do what it does well. And that’s where the charm of this white classic 1991 Land Rover Defender comes in. With masses of road presence, it has the ability to go where many other SUVs dare not.
This 1991 Land Rover Defender 110 is finished in white, with contrasting black over-arches to accommodate the wheels and tires. The wheels, including the rear-mounted spare tire, are also finished in black. Rear, signal, and position lights have been upgraded to LED units, while the front features high-powered spotlights. Also included are a roof-rack and rear-mounted ladder, both turned out of metal. The interior of this Land Rover has been custom made, with diamond-stitched leather seats, which include custom captain’s chairs in the rear. To keep things cool during the warmer months it also features air-conditioning.
The engine under the hood of this 2-door Land Rover Defender 110 is an inline four-cylinder turbo-diesel lump that powered most Land Rover Defenders. This engine, known for its accessible torque, matches the utilitarian design and purpose of the Defender. This 1991 Defender 110 features a five-speed manual transmission.