Lot 121 - 1994 Land Rover Defender 110
|Sold - £23,200
The Land Rover Defender is a vehicle that truly stands out from the crowd. It can trace its roots back as far as the Land Rover Series I, which was released 75 years ago, in 1948. It is known for its capability, ruggedness and its ability to take on any terrain. The Land Rover Defender has been used by farmers, militaries, explorers and adventurers since its inception. It has a unique boxy design, with chunky wheel arches, short overhangs and a raised ground clearance. It is powered by a range of diesel and petrol engines, and is available in a variety of body styles, including a three-door, five-door, and pick-up. It is a vehicle that has been designed to take on any terrain and any challenge, but is just as comfortable being used as a daily driver or summer toy.
This particular Defender has covered just over 9,000 miles since a comprehensive restoration, which included a fully galvanised chassis and bulkhead, high quality re-spray in Nash Yellow, as well as both axles and the gearbox refurbished. This Defender has eight seats in total, with the six in the rear being foldable, so it will be the perfect family and friend’s classic this summer. The whole roof front to rear, is foldable canvas, which makes this Defender quite unique. Ready to be enjoyed right away, and sure to turn heads wherever it goes.
Interested parties should note that this vehicle is not currently sold with a V5 registration document. However, one has been applied for by the vendor with the DVLA and should arrive in due course.
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