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Used 1993 Land Rover Defender 110
Our Price: $179,900
|Engine||2.5 Turbo Diesel|
1993 Land Rover Defender 110
|Engine Size:||2.5 Turbo Diesel|
About Manz Motor Company
Born out of a passion for off-road vehicles and a love for building them, father and son David and Cole Manz now craft what for years was only enjoyed by their family. Manz Motor Company now rebuilds a very limited number of its meticulously designed and handcrafted Land Rover Defenders with you.
From a barn turned workshop in New Hampshire, each one-of-a-kind Defender at Manz Motor Company is designed and built specifically for you. Our personalized design process allows you to bring your dream Defender to life. How many passengers (including four-legged friends) will be with you on your journeys? What colors, materials, interior accents, and comfort features do you want to be surrounded by? At Manz Motor Company, its all about making your journey as wonderful as your destination.
Next, we transform your vision into a one-of-a-kind, handcrafted, world-class Manz Defender. Built from the chassis up, we only use the highest quality new, fully refurbished and completely rebuilt parts. With our attention to detail and accepting nothing but the highest quality, you can be assured that your Manz Defender will be built as if it was for our family. We are excited to share with you our passion and knowledge of Defenders, and for you to begin your Defender journey today.
Land Rover Defender 110 Soft Top 5-Door
This 1993 Land Rover Defender 110 5-door is painted in Land Rover Santorini black metallic, has been restored from the chassis up with a custom black mohair soft top. The 200TDI engine is a 4 cylinder 2.5 liter turbo diesel engine that has been completely rebuilt, and has an upgraded turbo charger for added power. Along with the engine being rebuilt, the transmission, transfer case, and differentials have been rebuilt and are ready to last the lifetime of the vehicle. An aftermarket suspension has been fitted to the Defender for a better driving experience, upgrades include Fox 2.0 shocks, 2in lift, softer springs, and softer polyurethane bushings. The interior has been wrapped in tan leather with black anodized billet aluminum trim pieces.
- Soft Top: Black mohair
- Engine: 200 TDI with upgraded turbo
- Interior: custom designed tan leather with diamond stitching
- Exterior: Santorini black
- Lighting: Full LED
- Wheels: 18in Kahn Light Alloy
- Dash: Leather wrapped classic style
- Seat Layout: Classic style with 2 front, 3 middle and 4 rear
- Audio/Video: Alpine floating screen, JL front and rear speakers, CarPlay, and Backup camera
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Pagani of Greenwich
315 West Putnam Ave
Greenwich, CT 06830
Monday - Friday:
9:00AM - 6:00PM
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