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.
Having undergone a full restoration that included repainting of the exterior and a new interior, this 1991 Land Rover Defender appears to be immaculate. The exterior is finished off with a British flag motif at the rear, and it also features a tow-bar with electrical connections and a heavy-duty winch. The interior of this Land Rover Defender features “troop-carrying” style seats, with two benches mounted longitudinally at the rear. The two-door body-style increases passenger and load space and is a somewhat uncommon configuration.
The engine under the hood of this 2-door Land Rover Defender 110 is an inline four-cylinder that has reportedly undergone a full restoration. It features an intercooled turbo and transmits power to the road via a five-speed manual gearbox. 4-wheel-drive is, of course, standard.