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.
This Defender has been recently painted in a beautiful black and grey to give it a two-toned Autobiography-styled finish. It also sports a matching gloss-black grille and headlight frame, front and rear fenders, new full-length diamond side steps, and new gloss-black Land Rover rims with new tires. The back carries an entirely new welded cross member section, which hosts an extra wheel. A few additional details include window tint, smoked taillights, new door handles, and a new exhaust. The interior maintains its original condition, with a black dashboard hosting all its original gauges, switches, and indicators, along with the original Range Rover engraved 3-spoke steering wheel. For entertainment, a new Pioneer stereo with USB compatibility has been installed. The Defender’s seats are in good condition, including the 6th and 7th seaters at the back.
This Defender maintains its 2.5L engine in complete stock form. A recent engine service has also been completed to ensure trouble-free motoring for the new owner.