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Premium, distinct, and tough-as-nails, this 1992 Land Rover Defender 110 perfectly combines the go-anywhere 4x4 image of the brand. And it does it with great features like nine-person seating, diesel power, and a luxury interior by the masters at Kahn Designs. So this one is ready to make a memorable entrance everywhere from the campsite to Main Street.
Land Rovers are often the first to reach the developing countries. That's because no other 4x4 can reach the remote places that these tough machines can. And the Defender 110 is clearly part of that series. It looks ready to take on the harshest terrain with the full exterior roll cage, tubular side steps, mud guards, and tubular rear bumper. Plus, you have steel plated fenders tops, hood insert, and rockers. All of this black looks great against a quality application of metallic silver. But it's not just the rugged pieces that add to this full blackout accessory package. The upgraded grille and stylish 18-inch wheels show the sophisticated side. So the whole package instantly conveys a well-coordinated premium off-road machine. And no matter if you're in the wilderness or the urban jungle, the upgraded full LED lighting package (including headlights) knows how to show the way forward.
Inside is a full leather and suede upgrade by Kahn Designs. Those who know Land Rovers also know that Kahn does some of the most amazing work in the industry. The exceptional quality of the door panels, dash, headliner, quilted pattern seats, and so much more remind you why the British are the best at luxurious leather even in a Land Rover! We rarely get to see Kahn Designs outside of the UK. That's also a hint to why the driver's side is on the right, and quite frankly, it only makes a bold Land Rover like this stand out even further. This has more upgraded comfort, including a wood and chrome sports steering wheel, sunroof, AM/FM/CD stereo, and power locks. And while the sport seats up front look terrific, what should really excite you are the features that are exclusive to a Land Rover. This includes the four jump seats in the rear, so you've got room for plenty of cargo or have the option of carrying up to eight people besides yourself.
Another great reason to have a Land Rover built for a foreign country is under the hood. We were never offered diesel power with the Defenders that were sold in the USA, and we all know diesel provides the best torque to get you through Mother Nature. So it's great to see a 2.5-liter turbodiesel under the hood, and in fact, it's believed to be original to this Defender. This powerplant has earned a tough-as-nails reputation from the Scottish Highlands to Gibraltar, and because this has been a long-standing British motor, the parts are also widely available. The five-speed manual transmission gives you full control over the diesel power. Plus, the high ground clearance, the two-speed transfer case, and BF Goodrich All-Terrain tires assures that you can keep going even when the trail ends. But there's more to this Defender. The power steering and front disc brakes reminds you that go-anywhere also means being easy to drive down Main Street.
This is the legendary 4x4 that knows how to make the scene even without showcasing its fearless prowess. So don't let something this unique slip away, call today!
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