Located in Georgia, for sale is this remarkably-original 1987 Land Rover Defender 110. While many Defender 110s end up with a whole host of new parts, this Trident Green petrol prides itself on being an all-original specimen. It has run only 93,914 miles over a period of 33 years. Included in the purchase is this Land Rover’s original registration certificate, as well as all service records. This remarkably unblemished example is a true treat for any Land Rover enthusiast, and provides a great basis for classic car ownership.
Finished in Trident Green, this “Station Wagon” 2-axel ridge body variant of the Land Rover Defender is of County trim, and features the original side stickers with the County logos. The originality extends to the period-correct steel wheels and British license plates. The interior remains as it would have when new, with a RHD four-spoke steering wheel, fuel, water temperature, and battery voltage gauges all intact. This Defender also features a Phillips radio. The seats and headlining also appear to be in great condition.
Under the hood of this British off-road legend is a Buick-derived 3.5-liter V8 engine. This 3538cc petrol motor pushes out approximately 158hp. The old-school OHV pushrod V8 is linked to a standard manual transmission, and four-wheel-drive.
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