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Montalcino Red | 4x4 | 6 Speed Manual | 2.2 litre Turbodiesel | 12,906 kms | SOLD
After 68 years of delivering mankind to the ends of the earth and back again, in January of 2016 the boundless Land Rover Defender exited the building, and it will never be the same again.
Seemingly styled with a butcher’s knife, the Defender’s bullet-proof, signature design remained largely unchanged for nearly 70 years.
But as of the 29th of January 2016, original Defender production came to an end as all good things must, generating a huge amount of international hype and buying frenzy in the process.
The car offered is among the very last cars to leave the production line and was ordered in a desirable specification.
Uniquely optioned with the Black Pack atop super rare Montalcino Red Metallic paint and two-tone premium leather trim this Defender features the following options:
• Black Pack
• Montalcino Red Metallic
• Two-Tone Leather Premium Seat Pack with Luxury Seats 1st Row
• Side Steps
• Privacy glass
• Mud-Flap Pack
• Alpine Sound with Subwoofer
• Leather Trimmed Steering Wheel
• Ebony Morzine Headlining
• Overfinch 18” Black Alloy Wheels
• Front Bar with in-built LED daytime driving lights
• LED Headlights
• Rear Step Bumper
In absolutely beautiful condition today, this rare late Defender 90 has travelled just 12,906 kilometres from new and has been fastidiously kept.
Accompanying the car are all original manuals including the owner’s handbook and warranty booklets within their leather LR embossed wallet.
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, go anywhere Defender 90 is the perfect way to farewell and remember a timeless icon.