1985 Defender 110

A 1985 defender 110 is an excellent choice for Rumson and Colts Neck drivers looking to find a truly classic off-roader. The engine has been completely restored and all hardware, rubber moldings and seals have been renewed to a new standard.

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The 85 defender 110 is a three-door model, with five seats, and it features an all aluminum 3.5-liter V8 engine that’s not quite as powerful as a Range Rover but more than sufficient for any serious off-road trip. A 4-barrel Weber and lightweight Edelbrock Performer intake feed a polished air cleaner, Ferroflex plug wires and a modern AC compressor.

It’s mated to a 5-speed transmission and four-wheel drive. Its ride is solid, with little head toss, aided by the monocoque chassis.

You’ll also find a bespoke anti-pollution system designed for the vehicle, featuring a single variable-vane turbocharger and a high-pressure (1800 bar) fuel injection system. The fluid seals and flywheel are upgraded for greater reliability, as is the bespoke exhaust system.

This model is a great choice for anyone who wants to own a truly classic off-roader but doesn’t have the money for a new one. The Defender 110 is still the best off-roader ever produced by Land Rover, and there’s no other SUV that can match its combination of performance, luxury and reliability.

The Defender 110 was the first Land Rover to receive the Defender nameplate, which is used today for the company’s four-wheel drive utility vehicles. Throughout the 90s, the Defender 110 became more upmarket as it was developed to compete with its rivals in the market. It was also offered in limited editions, like the Sahara and 55th anniversary models. These were created by Land Rover’s overseas operations for specific markets.

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