1996 Land Rover Defender 110 LHD 300TDi

Vehicle Specifications

1996 Land Rover Defender 110 LHD with 300TDi engine with 239K Km (149K Miles) on the clock available for adoption.

Solid chassis and bulkhead, all body panels are in great condition, very well preserved D110! 

This Defender 110 has been restored and will be converted to black Mohair soft top convertible station wagon. 

Restoration work included the following:

  •  Soft top conversion with heavy duty roll cage frame powder coated in black
  •  Mohair hood in black with smoked windows
  •  Original factory chassis sandblasted, acid dipped and then galvanized
  •  Full mechanical service
  •  Suspension sandblasted, repainted, polibushed
  •  New brakes including new calipers
  •  New rear door
  •  Axles rebuilt 
  •  Oils changed, 300TDi timing belt replaced
  •  Refurbished seats
  •  Updated interior with new carpet and door cards
  •  LED lights all around
  •  New light surrounds and grille
  •  New wheel arches
  •  New galvanized door hinges
  •  Chequer bonnet and wing top plates
  •  New swing away spare wheel carrier
  •  NAS rear step
  •  Side steps
  •  Will be dressed with new wheels and tires
  •  Fresh respray in White/Black two tone paint

MAKE: Land Rover
MODEL: Defender 110
YEAR: 1996
COLOR: White
MILEAGE: 239K Km (149K Miles)
PRICE: TBA
ENGINE: 300TDi

Estimated Arrival 07/2021

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