1993 Land Rover Defender for sale 101247232
1993 Land Rover Defender
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Garage Kept Motors
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1993 Land Rover Defender

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1993 Land Rover Defender 110 - Right Hand Drive - 2.5L Turbo Diesel I4 - 4x4 SUV - 9 Passenger Capable (Please note: If you happen to be viewing this 1993 Land Rover Defender 110 on a website other than our Garage Kept Motors site, its possible that youve only seen some of our many photographs of this vehicle due to website limitations. To be sure you access all the more than 50 photographs, please go to our main website: GarageKeptMotors.) Nothing is more British than the Land Rover Defender. Not the royal family, not warm beer, not even an understanding of crickets LBW rule or the baffling urge to have a lovely cup of hot, milky tea when the temperature is nudging 90 degrees Fahrenheit in the shade. -Car and Driver, July 28, 2015 Passionate off-roaders were thrilled by the Defender 110 from the moment it appeared: We here at Four Wheeler (magazine) openly loved it, while hating the $39,900 price none of us could afford. Plus, it was galling to know most would be in the hands of people unlikely to appreciate its off-road abilities. When Four Wheeler Editor John Stewart tested the D110 for the Oct. 1992 issue, he said, The Land Rover Defender 110 is the only vehicle to be sold in the United States with off-road capability as its first design priority. That alone -- a refreshing clarity of purpose -- should tell how different it is. Generally speaking, as the magazine editor implied, there are two types of Land Rover Defender owners. One chooses the vehicle for the almost celebrity status the brand evokes. It is a tool to massage ego. The other is just the opposite, intent on taking full advantage of the commanding off-road capabilities that made Land Rover a legend across the globe, in many places where roads were at best, limited. The red-metallic Land Rover Defender 110 offered here, a right-hand drive, home-market U,K, diesel Tdi version, has clearly taken its owners well off the beaten path. It wears its minor scars and signs of use (but not abuse) proudly. A bit of missing paint here, some scuffed interior panels there, a rear seatback obviously no longer fully attached to its seat. Nothing really broken, but of the vehicles 160,000 miles (under 7,000 miles per year on average), its safe to say a good number were not spent waiting to pick up kids at school. More than likely, many of the roads that passed beneath this upright, boxy body were actually gravel, dirt, and open field-grass, rather than asphalt. (To more fully assess the Defenders condition, be sure to watch the walk-around video and check out the more than 50 detailed photographs on the GarageKeptMotors site.) To be sure, this Defender offers creature comforts, albeit a bit limited by todays extra-cushy luxury standards. Theres a sunroof. Theres an audio system. Theres nice subdued plaid gray upholstery, with gray carpeting as a complement. Theres seating for eight, including four in the facing rear bench seats. Theres a clock. But there are no DVD video players. No pop-up navigation screen. No massaging seat-bottoms. On the other hand, theres that torque-beast of a turbo-diesel engine. Car and Driver preferred this diesel to the optional V8, noting: ...the gruff-sounding Ford-sourced 2.2-liter turbo-diesel provides vastly more urge than even the V-8. And underneath, there is the legendary Land Rover build-quality, as Four Wheeler magazine pointed out: The chassis was... burly 14-gauge steel and fully boxed. The multi-link coil suspension was the same, though with springs tuned for comfort rather than load capacity. And: The front axle was virtually the same as Range Rover. The HD rear axle, commonly known in Britain as the Salisbury, was a British-built Dana 60 clone with full-float Rover hubs and 24-spline shafts. The T-case was Rovers gear-driven LT-230T full-time unit, featuring a manually locked center diff and a 3.32:1 low range. Serious business. Not every four-wheel-drive shopper will find their answ

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Vehicle Specifications

  • VIN
    SALLDHMF7KA924797
  • Classic Car ID
    101247232
  • Stock Number
    19GKM259
  • Category
    Import Classics
  • Body Style
    SUV
  • New/Used
    Used
  • Mileage
    162,713 miles
  • Engine
    3.9L V8
  • Drivetrain
    N/A
  • Transmission
    Manual 5-Speed
  • Exterior Color
    Red
  • Custom Color
    N/A

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