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Fuji White | 4x4 | 6 Speed Manual | 2.2 litre Turbodiesel | 22,941 kms | SOLD
The Land Rover Defender is possibly one of the most iconic automobiles in the world. After 68 years of delivering mankind to the ends of the earth and back again, it’s time had come and in January of 2016 the boundless Land Rover Defender exited the building, and it will never be the same again.
Seemingly styled with a stick in sand at the Red Wharf Beach in Anglesey, the Defender’s bullet-proof, signature design remained largely unchanged for nearly 70 years. But as of the 29th of January 2016 Defender, production sadly came to an end, as all good things must generating a huge amount of hype and buying frenzy in the process.
The car was ordered in a brilliant spec, uniquely optioned with:
• Fuji White Paintwork
• Factory Side Steps
• Sawtooth black wheels with Continental Cross Contact tyres
• Mudflaps front and rear
• Traction Control
• Alpine head unit
This Defender has travelled just 22,941 kilometres and benefits from a full-service history with Land Rover. Accompanying the car are all original manuals including the owner’s handbook, service and warranty booklets, both Land Rover keys and remote access Fob’s.
So collectable because these “last of” cars were built on the very same production line the first ever Land Rovers rolled down in Solihull, England, this unique SWB Defender is the perfect way to farewell and remember a timeless icon.
A menace in the mud and just as at home in the urban jungle, teary eyed international motoring media stated that this is probably the best Defender ever built with well controlled body roll, engaging steering and mountains of torque.
With production now ceased, these very last of Land Rovers are special and present an intriguing investment opportunity. This essentially brand new “last of” SWB Defender is at the forefront of the pack and a drive is a must for any petrolhead.