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Rare Vehicle with Diesel Engine, Complete Restoration and Significant Upgrades!

Make: Land Rover
Model: Defender
Type: SUV
Trim: 110 RARE 300Tdi California-Titled 4x4 Collectible
Year: 1984
Mileage: 189,237
VIN: 00000000000000000
Color: British Racing Green with Black Top
Engine: 300 Tdi
Cylinders: 4
Fuel: Diesel
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: 4WD
Interior color: Greyish Black with Beige Headliner
Drive side: Right-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Duarte, California, United States

1984 Land Rover Defender 110 RARE 300Tdi California-Titled 4x4 Collectible Additional Info:

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Special Attributes that make this vehicle stand out

This vehicle is a direct import from the island nation of Sri Lanka. Traditionally referred to as “the Pearl of the Indian Ocean,” the nation is also a former British colony—hence, there is a prestige that has been associated with this vehicle, particularly among the nobility there.

This vehicle has avery rare,2.5L, 4-cylinder,300 Tdi engine conversion, meaning it has been converted from the original gasoline engine to a solid, highly desired, easily home repairable, dependable engine, especially for any off roading adventures that may spring to mind.

This vehicle has undergone a full-body paint job and a complete interior makeover, all the while retaining original design specifications for a 1984 Defender Interior. Basically, it looks like an original interior, with all the good, comfy perks of a modern, custom, premium interior. This also includes a fully rewired auto-lock system for the doors, remote-accessible via the key fob. Primary mechanisms inherent to the operation of the auto-lock were custom built!

It has also had a rear-axle upgrade from an original Salisbury axle with Drum Brakes to aTd5/Puma Rear Axle with Disc Brakes, indicating a solution to the vehement distaste one may develop from one’s rear differential potentially “snapping off” while one is navigating a semi-legal, river-bed, off roading trail. What, you don’t have one of those lying around in your backyard?