E.C.D. Automotive Design, known for building custom luxury British vehicles, has just delivered a fully restored custom 1991 Land Rover Defender 110 redesigned for the ultimate adventure seeker and overland enthusiast.
The original 1991 Land Rover Defender 110 was a bare-bones utility vehicle sourced from the Peak District near the Midlands in the United Kingdom. Once arriving at E.C.D. Automotive Design’s headquarters in Central Florida, the vehicle underwent a full ground-up restoration that took 2,200 hours to complete.
Known as Project Invictus, a name chosen by its owner for the durability and strength of the iconic British 4×4, received a plethora of modern features and upgrades designed for off-road adventures and cross-country journeys. The exterior of Project Invictus is finished in Nara Bronze gloss paint and is complimented by satin black accents.
Top-spec features include camping, off-road, and recovery gear because when your journey takes you down unknown paths, it’s best to be prepared. Equipment includes a Cascadia Vehicle Tents (CVT) rooftop tent with a shower arm, ARB Tred Pro recovery boards, 20-liter Frontrunner steel jerrycans for water, Warn Industries VR12-S winch with 50-foot Black Spydura synthetic winch wire, a Midlands CB radio, portable solar power units, and a clinometer.
Project Invictus includes modern comforts ideal for any journey. This custom Defender 110 produces 430-horsepower and is paired to a 5-speed manual transmission and a Borla Performance exhaust system, offering plenty of power and reliability. Its duotone interior features classic seats upholstered in premium Italian leathers.
This custom Defender 110 is the ultimate off-road 4×4, designed and built to conquer any overland journey.
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