Offered is a well documented Defender 110 outfitted with an LS3 V8 and a 6-Speed Automatic Transmission. Completed in 2017, this Defender 110 was upgraded by East Coast Defender with the following: - Chevrolet LS3 Connect and Cruise Package with all dress up kit and fitment - Upgraded Suspension - Upgraded Braking all around - Upgraded Fuel Lines, regulator and pump - Upgraded Axels and Driveshaft - Electrical Configuration and Updated Clocks Additional Upgrades include Full Aluminum, black anodized Door Hinges front and back, fixed Masai Side Windows, Khan wheels and much more. A thick binder is included with receipts and details. Finished in a Matte Gray with Black Roof, this 110 stands out in a crowd!!! Great lease rates and Financing also available on any of our inventory! Buy Sell Trade Consignments Welcome! Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-818-773-8181 About the Defender 110 The Land Rover Defender (initially called the Land Rover Ninety and Land Rover One Ten) is a British four-wheel drive off-road vehicle developed in the 1980s from the original Land Rover Series which was launched at the Amsterdam Motor Show in April 1948. After a continuous run of 67 years, production finally ended on 29 January 2016 when the last Land Rover Defender rolled off the production line. The coil sprung Land Rover was introduced in 1983 as Land Rover One Ten the number representing the wheelbase in inches.The number was spelled in full in advertising and in handbooks and manuals, and the vehicles also carried badges above the radiator grille which read Land Rover 110, with the number rendered numerically. From Spring 2007 a series of changes were made to the Defender, most of which were implemented to meet emissions and safety legislation. The biggest change was to the drivetrain. The Td5 engine was replaced by an engine from Fords DuraTorq line (AKA the Puma engine), built in their factory in Dagenham, making the Td5 the last Land Rover engine to be built in-house at Solihull. The engine chosen was from the ZSD family, being a version of the 2.4-litre four-cylinder unit also used in the highly successful Ford Transit. The engines lubrication and sealing system was adapted for use in wet, dusty conditions and to maintain lubrication at extreme angles in off-road use. The power level remains the same at 122HP, but with a lower power peak speed for towing and better acceleration. Torque output rose from 221 lb ft to 265 lb ft due to the fitting of a variable-geometry turbocharger. This produces a wider spread of torque than the Td5, from 1500 rpm to 2000 rpm. The engine is mated to a new six-speed gearbox. First gear is lower than the previous gearbox for better low-speed control, whilst the higher sixth gear is intended to reduce noise and fuel consumption at high speeds. 2012 Brought forth some changes with the main change being the installation of a different engine from the Ford Duratorq engine range. Ford decided, due to cost reasons, not to modify the 2.4-litre engine introduced in 2007 to meet the upcoming Euro V emissions standards and so the engine was replaced with the ZSD-422 engine, essentially a 2.2-litre variant of the same engine. Although smaller than the existing unit the power and torque outputs remained unchanged and the same six-speed gearbox was used as well. The engine included a diesel particulate filter for the first time on a Defender.