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Sunday, 21 November 2021
Land Rover Defender 90
Sellers Comments -
This is my 4th year of ownership, spending an absolute fortune on this car.
Over £10k spent on this car by me I’ve the last 4 years. All receipted and evidently seen on photos and upon inspection etc…
I bought this special defender off a guy who bought it from ‘Jim Hallem’ Land Rover who had a prestigious heritage with these cars and he only sells quality - google him.
They totally strip and re-build these cars from top to bottom and spend thousands before selling on.
So much to list but here’s the main spec:
Borolo Black - Custom colour done in Jim Hallems hands (looks jet black until sun hits
300TDI -(last of the best)
MOT October 2022
2 x keys and fobs
Major Service same time as MOT (300 miles ago)
22’ Land Rover wheels with hub converters -(£3k)
Un marked since fresh refurb
KBX grills all round
New day time runners at MOT since one went out so bought fresh set
Upgraded headlights (£300 receipt)
Spare carrier with wheel
Fire and Ice side steps
Front and rear heated wind screens professionally fitted amazing for winter ice gone in sub 1 minute
Cream leather interior
USB and AUX connection
LED interior light kit
Custom steering wheel and hand made gear knob and transfer knob ( classy)
New callipers and brake lines at MOT so like new
Outriggers done on MOT
New handbrake done on MOT
£1k for MOT and service spent last month!
All stealthed out including raptor coated sub frame, diff guard and side steps
Roof was red with wing mirrors when bought originally (see pics) so roof all re-done in matching borolo black and new apex windows and seal and windows all new seals when tinted
All work carried out at just under £3k last year
Custom window gates all round -£500 (nice Bond villain look)
Cam belt down with major service last year
Defenders only had major services each year on the button 2 in 1 in fact!
Bulk head in great condition can see all this on viewing
Upgraded lights all round
Jim Hallem original badge kept on (pics) to show where it’s from
Diff oils all done
Transfer and power steering done
Gear box refurbed so smooth
Engine perfect with lots spent
Chassis spot on and been protected since I bought and maintained since
New suspension all round had powder coasted gloss black before fitting
2 shocks done on rear couple years back
Have the original tool kit, jack etc…
Land Rover centre caps
Land Rover valve caps the little details count for the finishing touches
I also have a massive bag of spares, like lights, fuses, wipers, wheel nuts, heater for rear, bits and bobs will all go with car at least £200-300
Caged windows all round (as seen)
All door locks work
So everything and more is in place for security where ever you live / keep the vehicle. Great piece of mine at a great cost!
As you can see I’ve went for the ‘Chelsea truck’ urban look which is so accurate but at a fraction of the cost.
This can is all complete and wants for nothing! Enjoyable miles ahead for the next owner.
I have a set of gloss black boost alloys and all terrain tyres that I will throw in with sale!
If you would like the 22’s with road tyres off and replaced with the boosts I can sort this and will knock off £1k off the price and I will sell those wheels and tyres separately.
Selling both my cars this and my 911 C4 and getting a more suitable saloon car to take my mum for her treatment bi-weekly to Newcastle therefore genuine sale and need something capable of long comfortable motorway miles.
Would have love to have kept this, but I foreseen family circumstances forces sale.
Lots more done to this car. Massive folder of receipts!!!
Posted by All About London at 13:06