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1993 Land Rover Defender





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1993 Land Rover Defender 90 – Blue 2 Dr. Hard Top 4X4 Vin: SALLDVAF8JA917561 Current miles: 246,553 km (153,200 miles) Blue Exterior with Grey Interior Two sets of keys Title: Delaware-no liens-title in hand Imported from Italy Spring 2019 Lawfully imported with NHTSA approval of 25 years or older vehicles imported into the US Engine: 2.5L Turbo-diesel (19J) Transmission: 5-Speed Manual Transmission 2.5 Liter Inline-4 cylinder Turbo Diesel (19J) 85 hp 150lb foot torque 152.3 cu in Cast Iron block Aluminum alloy head Garrett T2 Turbocharger with inter-cooler Vin Breakdown: SALLDVAF8JA917561 SAL: Manufacturer code: Land Rover LD: Model: Defender (for early models: Ninety, or One Ten) V: Wheel base: 92.9 inch, but designated 90 A: Body type: 2-door F: Engine type: 2.5 litre Tdi diesel 8: Steering and transmission: Left-hand drive (LHD), 5-speed manual J: Model year: 1992 A: Assembly location: Solihull, UK 917561: Serial number ********************** Current Condition Cosmetic and Mechanical Restoration completed Fall 2019 Mechanically sound Zero scratches and Zero door dings New Tires – Michelin 7.50/16 4x4 New Rubber floor mats thru-out All four rims are scuff free Drivers seat shows no sign of wear All gauges are in perfect working order Recent Service work performed Brand new paint job New seat covers New painted rims Fresh oil and filter New Air & Fuel filters New tires, including spare Chassis detailed Interior detailed All fluids changed, incl transfer case, 5 speed transmission fluid Passed Delaware State Safety Inspection, Dec 2020. *************************************************** History of the Land Rover Defender INTRODUCTION: THE DEFENDER THAT WASN’T The development process that would lead to the Land Rover Defender began four years before the new model that would later be named the Defender made its debut. The 1979 forerunner of the Defender was the Series III Land Rover Stage One V8. The Stage One V8 was a Series III Land Rover installed with a Range Rover alloy V8, five speed gearbox with selectable high or low range , and central differential providing full-time four wheel drive. The Range Rover V8 engine was detuned, in part by lowering the compression ratio to ensure the vehicle could run on low grade gasoline/petrol, and to limit the top speed potential of the vehicle. A Series III Land Rover was not the most stable car in which to attempt high speed antics so it was kept to a top speed that would enable it to keep up with highway traffic, but not much more. The Land Rover Series III Stage One V8 was a vehicle with which Rover were able to test the market. It was a success despite the fact that it liked to consume significant quantities of fuel, and so Rover looked at development of a vehicle that would remain true to Maurice Wilks’ original vision, but that would address the Land Rover’s shortcomings, shortcomings that had played a part in the Land Rover dramatically losing market share. In 1983 the result of this research and development program was unveiled and given the name the Land Rover One Ten. The Land Rover One Ten model was the long wheelbase model and it was joined by its short wheelbase sibling the Land Rover Ninety in 1984. These were the first Land Rover “Defender” models although the name “Defender” had not been coined for them yet. The new Land Rover One Ten and Ninety used the Range Rover V8 engine and transmission as had been fitted to the Series III Stage One V8, complete with a lockable central differential giving the vehicle permanent four wheel drive, and featuring high and low range gears for on and off-road use. The improvements did not stop there however, the windscreen was made in one piece and was higher than its forebear, and the axles and suspension were also new. The wider axles being suspended by a coil spring suspension system front and rear p

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