When this 110 arrived at the shop it was a RHD with a barely running 3.5L V8 and modifications that made it look like a recovery vehicle of sorts. So the first items on the agenda were a brand new frame and an LC9 engine swap with 6L80E 6-speed automatic transmission to accompany a LHD conversion. This was quickly followed by rebuilt and upgraded axles and transfer case, disc brakes all around, upgraded suspension, upgraded steering components, new doors and a Puma hood. The exterior was painted Keswick Green, with a cream roof and matching powder coated Safety Devices roll cage. Inside the upgrades include a Dakota Digital instrument cluster, custom Tan leather seating, a Restomod AC system, power windows, custom headliner, and an Alpine 7-speaker sound system, all finished off with a Puma dash and a classic Evander wooden steering wheel. Lighting was upgraded to LED all around, and a Mantec spare tire carrier holds one of 5 BF Goodrich KM3 tires.