Enthusiasts the world over expressed dismay when Land Rover announced that the long-running Defender would bow out in 2016. The Defender dates way back to Land Rover's Series models, which first saw production in 1948. However, their dismay was short-lived when the British automaker debuted a new Defender in 2020. This particular vehicle, with just 2,300 miles on the odometer, is particularly special. That's because it is a celebratory edition that marks the new Defender's appearance in the latest James Bond flick 'No Time To Die.' We won't spoil the movie for you, but it and this 2022 Land Rover Defender 110 V8 Bond Edition are worth checking out. This Defender also includes unique Bond Edition content and detailing, plus the Handover Pack.
Be it a relief effort in the hot plains of Africa or the icy mountains and polar bears of the Arctic Circle, the presence of a Land Rover Defender is not an odd sight. Venturing off the beaten path is a given with a Defender, and it's time you did, too, with this 1990 Land Rover Defender 110 we have today. With a blacked-out look and a rich pedigree of an off-road machine you can trust, venturing off the beaten path never looked this good.
Known as the 'go everywhere vehicle,' the Land Rover Defender is one of the most utilitarian and iconic vehicles in the world's automotive history and remains a relevant name today. However, much has changed since the Series 1 left the factories in the Fifties. Modern Land Rovers come equipped with all sorts of electronic driver assist systems to make traversal in rough terrain efficient, quick, and convenient. But for those who want a more 'raw experience' to truly connect with the vehicle and conquer the elements without compromising on more modern luxuries, this 1991 Land Rover Defender 110 is the ideal choice. Reportedly sporting several amenities for the driver, this Land Rover gives both the tactile experience of a classic Land Rover and a range of modern conveniences and luxuries.
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.
The British four-wheel drive and off-road capable manufacturer Land Rover is one of those automobile manufacturers still holding up to its name and capabilities. It is a brand of Jaguar Land Rover and was introduced in 1948. Arguably the Land Rover Defender is the most well-known model of their lineup, the Defender dates back to 1983 when it was first introduced, and the Defender is the spiritual successor of the Land Rover Series. Up for grabs is a 1986 Land Rover Defender 110 restomod completed in 2021, with some tasty upgrades.
When you think of offroading, it's hard not to picture the legendary Land Rover Defender in the background conquering anything in its path; built to take on the great outdoors, this 1990 Land Rover Defender 110 with a reported 93,600 miles on the clock is a British icon in the flesh.
Introduced in 1948 and is currently a brand of Jaguar Land Rover, the Land Rover brand focuses on predominantly four-wheel drive, off-road capable vehicles. The Land Rover Defender, one of their famous models, is favored worldwide for its robustness and go-anywhere capabilities. The Defender dates back to 1983, when it was first introduced, and is the spiritual successor of the Land Rover Series from 1948. The Defender is also widely used by the British royal family, specifically the late Queen Elizabeth, who relished driving one. Up for grabs is a full frame-off restored 1994 Land Rover Defender 110 with 135,000 miles on the odometer.
The Defender nameplate made its appearance in 1983, but the vehicle itself can actually be directly traced all the way to the original Series 1 of 1948. Few vehicles in the world can lay claim to such fame, and the Defender (together with the Series) remain legendary examples of what Land Rover used to stand for – tough, utilitarian, no-nonsense transportation over almost any terrain. If you’ve been a fan of these vehicles, here’s a hurrah for you in the form of a 1995 Land Rover Defender 110 Restomod that’s fresh from a 2021 restoration by Transatlantic Trading Company in England. Using a chassis from a French vehicle, it’s a leftie, so don’t worry about sitting on the wrong side of the road in North America. It’s also got a tasty surprise under the hood, but to find out what, you will need to read on.
Many nations’ armed forces have employed the ubiquitous Land Rover for decades since the production of the first ever Land Rover branded vehicle in 1948. In 1983 Land Rover introduced the Land Rover 110/ One Ten and the short base Land Rover 90/ Ninety in 1984, which subsequently Land Rover changed to the Defender 110 and Defender 90, respectively. What made the Defender appealing was its ruggedness and versatility, hence its appeal to date. A truly iconic 1991 Land Rover Defender 110 LHD is up for grabs, which has seen a ground-up restoration excluding the engine and the transmission and comes with 100,000 miles on the odo.
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 tough Land Rover Series. Up for grabs is a 1987 Land Rover Defender 110 with a sizzling new heart and tasty upgrades.
The Defender nameplate officially appeared on a Land Rover in 1983, but by that time it was just a re-naming of the hugely popular and capable Land Rover Series of off-roaders. In production until 2012, with the new variant entering the market in 2020, the original Defender has a cult following all over the world, and is renowned for its legendary off-road prowess and go-anywhere attitude. Finding a pristine Defender is surprisingly hard since owners know what they have and aren’t likely to easily part with them. If you’re looking for one, this 1993 Land Rover Defender 110 RHD could fit the bill to a tee. It’s a right-hand-drive example with a healthy 146,000 miles done since new, but that’s nothing for a well-maintained Defender as this appears to be.
A marque of British versatility, the Land Rover Defender is a global celebration of toughness and grit in four-wheeled expression. With a total production run of 67 years, the Defender has gathered a large fan base around the world and is considered to be one of the most iconic examples of modern British automotive history. Much like Willy's jeep, the Defender was initially built for military purposes before it won the hearts of civilians, and so, Land Rover decided to build two trims, the three-door, short wheel based Defender 90, and the longer, 5-door 110 as featured with this 1991 Land Rover Defender 110 V8 Fuel Injection, up for sale in California with just 75,200 miles on it.
The Land Rover Defender is renowned for its legendary off-road prowess, alongside its longtime archrival the Toyota Land Cruiser. With a history going all the way back to 1948, this vehicle emerged as the Land Rover Series I, becoming the Series II in 1967 and the Series III in 1983 before the Defender nameplate took over. The vehicles have been updated throughout the years, but retained their tough, rough and tumble purpose. By the time it took the Defender nameplate, it was available in a range of body styles and three wheelbases, namely 90, 110 and 130 inches (the 130 was actually 127). This is a 1985 Land Rover Defender 110 from Missouri with 40,200 miles on the odometer. With plenty of capability and kit, it’s an ideal vehicle for a trip into the wilderness for a brief sojourn away from it all.
The Land Rover Defender is a 4x4 that is perhaps better known outside of North America, than within. These compact and medium off roaders were introduced by British manufacturer Land Rover in 1948, as the Land Rover Series, and gained the Defender nameplate in the late Eighties. They were introduced in three lengths, indicated by wheelbase in inches. The 90 was the shortest, in three-door form, whilst the 110 was the most popular five-door. A stretched 130 (actually 127-inch wheelbase) was also available. Body styles included pickup and panel truck as well. The Defender is legendary for its off-road prowess and is commonly compared to the Toyota Land Cruiser. Numerous tests have shown that there is indeed very little difference between the two vehicles when the going gets tough. This 1988 Land Rover Defender 110 comes from Illinois with 110,000 miles under its wheels. Originally imported from Russia, it’s had a refreshed body and undercarriage, was undercoated in 2020 and comes with a host of upgrades.
The iconic Land Rover Defender was initially introduced in 1983, is a staple in many commonwealth country’s militaries, police, special forces, and VIP motorcades, to name but a few. The Defender nametag replaced the revered post-World War II-produced Land Rover Series. While common in many parts of the world, it’s somewhat of a rarity in the US. The original Defender ended production in 2016, after an illustrious production run of 33 years. Our subject specimen is a 1986 Land Rover Defender 110, with a complete restoration and has been upgraded in many ways, making it a must-have vehicle in anyone’s arsenal.
The Paragon of true British ruggedness comes in no better form than the mighty Defender. The Defender had a long run of 67 years in production, with just over 2 million models built by the time the last of its kind left the factory in 2016. Being the British equivalent to a Willys Jeep, this vehicle was meant to survive a war, a zombie apocalypse, maybe even a global pandemic, and gained worldwide stardom as a vehicle of versatility. This one of a kind auto rests in Georgia. Consider it a purchase for future generations because a Defender is built to last.
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.
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.
A British institution, the Land Rover Defender is in the headlines again thanks to the recently launched all-new version. But fans of the original are unlikely to find much redeeming in 2020’s interpretation of the Defender nameplate. This 1990 Land Rover Defender 110, on the other hand, is likely to find comfort in the home of a true enthusiast. This black Land Rover Defender has been subtly upgraded with the modifications you’d expect for the rough and ready lifestyle that owning a 1990 Land Rover Defender commands. And with a few choice modifications, this Defender is ready for adventure.
With a new Defender on the block, the appreciation of the old-school, fix-it-with-a-hammer, Army-inspired Defender is at an all-time high. It represents a period of no-nonsense motoring that arguably couldn’t be sold today. This green Land Rover Defender pays tribute to all that the original Defender was loved for. Having recently undergone an extensive full restoration, it’s a car that offers little in the way of creature comforts, but instead provides dependable off-road ability and immense practicality.
This 1993 Land Rover Defender 110 is an absolute classic of the sport and utility world. Highly sought after and collectible, the Defender was introduced as an alternative to the Land Rover Discovery. Since then, it has evolved into a league all its own for collectors and vintage enthusiasts. With British engineering and a design straight from World War II, the Defender is a nod to another era. The well kept secret on this example though, is its modern updates and high performance mods that bring it into the 21st century. The 2.5 litre diesel engine packs more than enough power to keep this timeless 4x4 rolling along.
This British classic from the 90’s is ready for another trip through the wild terrain. Maintaining its original design and overall look, this Defender 110 is fully updated for the modern adventurer in 2020. Everything from the custom interior to the exterior roll cage is up to spec and ready to hit the road no matter where that might be. With a Defender 130 body conversion, there is a lot more room in this example for storage and people. The coil springs on the 1992 110’s offer a much smoother ride and the tall, one-piece windscreen gives more visibility than some of the earlier models. This Defender comes with a CarFax report.
Straight from 1990 and for sale in 2020 is this Land Rover Defender 110 in classic Mid Grey. The style and most recognizable features of the Land Rover are all present and accounted for in this example with just 27,000 original miles. This 4 Wheel Drive 4x4 is the product of a new restoration that has seen it be refurbished and updated with all the conveniences you might expect from a Land Rover made this year. It has been given some modern appointments without sacrificing any of the things that make this Land Rover a classic.
In today's world of uncertainty, "Doomsday" style vehicles are steadily on the rise. The Land Rover Defender takes the lead as one the most desired off-road capable vehicles around the globe. No 4x4 vehicle is complete in the United States without some firepower. However, this 1989 Land Rover Defender D130 skyrockets past the rest with it's eccentric appearance. The .50 Caliber M2HB Rifle mounted to the roof (Yes, it is fully operational) is just one of the many modifications that make this SUV the the best on the market. For legal reasons the seller will sell the .50 cal rifle separately.
This imported 1985 Land Rover Defender 90 has covered just 1,155 miles since being restored by the Land Rover specialists at Osprey Custom Cars of Castle Hayne, North Carolina. Obtained by Osprey as a basket case just over a year ago, this Defender now packs a 300-horsepower GM-sourced V8 engine, a 6-speed automatic transmission, and a refined interior on par with modern luxury Rovers. It is being offered on consignment with a clean North Carolina title and additional restoration documentation.