All shocks and steering damper were heat shrinked to protect. Fronts were previously used without so have some marks.
Heavy duty front radius arms. 30mm wheel spacers all round. Light guards front & rear. Chassis Jate rings front and rear.
Rear tank guard with removable hitch mounting points. Drop down Dixon plate currently bolted but could be used with 16mm pins/clips instead. Eberspacher d2 heater, Custom cubby to house the Eberspacher and aux inputs etc. Aux wiring run in conduit below vehicle and glands through panels to inside.
Electric fan kit (viscous still here and can refit). Gwyn Lewis 2nd alternator bracket and alternator fitted, just needs 3 groove crank pulley and wired up.
Large leisure battery and blue sea fuse box behind cubby box in aluminium extrusion/plywood box. This gives extra space for storage as well.
Split charge relay to charge leisure battery. Brand new fuel injection pump.New head gasket (2 hole elring). New valve stem seals (corteco). New clear header expansion tank. VDO viewline coolant gauge with two pole sender (warning light built into gauge). Mobile storage systems rear door cooker housing. Comes with two spares running same size bf Goodrich all terrains. These have been previously used so worn but still useable. The rear has been fully stripped, and lined with silent coat. Then heavy rubber matting used for sound proofing. The back I built a custom frame using aluminium extrusion. This allows the area between the wheel arches to be cleared by quickly removing the slide in sections and the two small aluminium frames. The sides above wheel arches I've added hinged sections to allow storage in the space.
Led roof lights inside, the carpet could do with being redone. The roof has insulation etc as well.Second row seats were originally removed when I bought the 110. I planned to fit two single front seats in the rear and have cut away the arches, fabricated infill sections and riveted/sealed.
I fabricated a box section steel base that's fixed to the floor and that's where I planned to fix uprights/seat bases onto as it's a solid foundation. I've spent a lot of time on this defender and think it's an ideal base for someone who wants to go on expeditions/overland trips.
It has already been to the Sahara by a previous owner and then taken back to the uk and refurbed. It's now a 32 year old vehicle but would say it's in great shape and will give the new owner a lot of fun for years to come.
In my opinion the 200tdi is the best option for remote travel and will not let you down if maintenance is kept up. Please ask for any more information/pictures required if interested. This item is in the category "Cars, Motorcycles & Vehicles\Cars\Land Rover/Range Rover".
The seller is "westcoastworx" and is located in this country: GB. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom.