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Land Rover Defender 90 County Station Wagon

Make: Land Rover
Model: Defender
SubModel: Defender 90
Type: County Station Wagon
Trim: Gray/Black
Year: 1984
Mileage: 85,554
VIN: 00000000000000000
Color: Artic White
Engine: 2250.00cc
Cylinders: 4
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: 4WD
Interior color: Gray
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Naples, Florida, United States

1984 Land Rover Defender Defender 90 Additional Info:

This Land Rover has had a full nut and bolt rebuild with a frame off renovation. Chassis shot blasted and powder coated in gloss black. Engine fully rebuilt. Ashcroft replacement gearbox and transfer box. Back and front axles rebuilt. New brakes pads new disc pads. New radiator, new carb,new alternator,new exhaust,new tires, new suspension, new galvanised inner wings,new Techno seats,Masai side steps,New Land Rover Mud flaps,New Land Rover Sawtooth Wheels. New carpet and full headlining,New door cards,Full respray in Land Rover Artic White.

Land Rover Defender 90 2.25litre gas engine. The 2.25-litre petrol was the most popular engine option right up to the mid-1980s and established a worldwide reputation for reliability and longevity.[12][16]The engine's relatively low compression ratio and general strong design made it tolerant of poor quality fuel and oil as well as infrequent servicing. With proper maintenance these engines can easily survive more than 250,000 miles of service. This was partly due to the commonality between petrol and diesel versions making the petrol version somewhat over-engineered for the job; they retained the extraordinary strength characteristics of the diesel while being much less stressed. The only major change to the design was the fitting of a 5-bearing crankshaft in 1980, which improved bottom-end strength and refinement.[17]Despite its utilitarian origins, the 2.25-litre petrol is a quiet, smooth-running engine, and this enabled Rover to fit it to their P4 saloon car as the Rover 80.[18]Various power outputs were available for this engine depending on the compression ratio and the amount of emissions

The Defender is in excellent condition and is completely free of rust.The Land Rover is right hand drive. Please remember this Land Rover is over 30 years old so it is not a new car,however, I can see no reason why this Landy will not give the new owner many years of reliable motoring with a load of added fun,its a big head turner.