- Chassis: SALLDHAG7AA196629
- 6k Miles Shown, TMU
- 5.3-Liter Vortec V8
- GM 4-Speed Automatic Transmission
- Dual-Range Transfer Case
- Repainted Arles Blue
- Puma-Style Tan/Red Leather Upholstery
- 18" Kahn 1983 Wheels
- White Roof w/Alpine Windows
- Roof Rack
- Safety Devices Roll Cage
- Full-Length Step Bars
- Warn Winch
- LED Lighting
- MOMO Steering Wheel
- Classic Instruments Gauges
- Air Conditioning
- Sony Stereo w/Apple CarPlay
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This 1983 Land Rover 110 is a left-hand-drive, four-door hardtop that was imported to the US under previous ownership before being refurbished and modified by East Coast Defender of Kissimmee, Florida. Finished in Arles Blue over two-tone Puma-style leather upholstery, the truck is powered by a 5.3-liter Vortec LC9 V8 mated to a four-speed automatic transmission and a dual-range transfer case. Additional equipment includes a Warn winch, 18″ Kahn wheels, air conditioning, forward-facing rear jump seats, Classic Instruments gauges, and a touchscreen stereo with Apple CarPlay linked to a JL Audio sound system. This modified Land Rover 110 is now offered by the selling dealer with a clean Pennsylvania title.
Dubbed “Project Crazy Mountain,” the truck was refurbished as a one-off example by East Coast Defender including a repaint in Arles Blue with a white roof. Exterior touches include LED lighting, an aftermarket front bumper housing LED fog lights and a Warn winch, a rear crossbar, a receiver hitch with trailer wiring, full-length step bars, a Safety Devices exterior roll cage, a roof rack, alpine windows, and matte checker plating on the hood, rockers, and rear quarter panels.
Black-finished 18″ Kahn 1983-style alloy wheels are mounted with BFGoodrich All-Terrain K02 tires measuring 265/65, and a matching-combination spare is mounted on the rear tailgate. Braking is provided by discs at all four corners. The power steering pump was reportedly replaced in preparation for the sale.
The Puma-style cabin was converted from right-hand to left-hand drive and features three-row seating upholstered in two-tone red and tan leather with pleated inserts accompanied by a matching dashboard and door panels along with black carpeting. Interior amenities include air conditioning, a center console with cupholders and a wireless charging pad, and a touchscreen Sony stereo with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto linked to a JL Audio sound system.
A wood-rimmed Momo Indy steering wheel frames replacement instrumentation by Classic Instruments consisting of a 140-mph speedometer, a tachometer, and auxiliary gauges. The replacement six-digit odometer indicates 6k miles, and total mileage is unknown.
The retrofitted 5.3-liter General Motors LC9 Vortec V8 features electronic fuel injection, a fabricated intake pipe, and an aluminum radiator with dual electric fans.
Power is delivered to wheels via a GM-sourced four-speed automatic transmission and a dual-range transfer case. Corrosion on the underbody components can be seen in additional photos included in the gallery below.