The trusty Defender 110

February 01, 2023 2 min read

We acquired the 1989 Land Rover 110 in 2018, and it's been a valuable addition to our fleet ever since. It's a rugged, sexy, and versatile vehicle that's perfect for exploring the great outdoors. Originally imported from England, it has a right-hand steering and a 5-speed shift that needs to be done with your left hand. It takes some getting used to, but once you do, it's a blast to drive.

But let's not forget its quirks – only two of the four windows go down, and the radio doesn't always work, so we've learned to embrace the silence and enjoy the ride. It's all part of the Land Rover 110's unique personality, and we wouldn't have it any other way.

Despite its occasional bouts of stubbornness, the Land Rover 110 is a serious off-road machine. With its 300TDI engine swap, it can tackle even the most challenging terrain. We've traversed steep canyons, plowed through mud, and crawled over rocks, all with the confidence and ease that only a Land Rover can provide.

But as any adventure vehicle owner knows, maintenance and repairs are a necessary part of the journey. The Land Rover 110 requires a bit of love, attention, and a healthy budget for repairs, but it's all worth it to keep this beast running in top condition. And let's be honest, the Land Rover Defender 110 is always the pretty face for our photos showcasing our products – it's a real head-turner.

Our Land Rover 110 has become a beloved member of our vehicle fleet. It's unique design and capabilities make it a joy to drive and explore with, and the experiences and memories we've gained with it by our side have been truly priceless. It's not just a vehicle, it's a part of our team – quirks, charm, and all.