1991 Land Rover Defender 90

This 1991 Land Rover Defender 90 is a left-hand-drive example that was imported to the US from Italy in 2020. Our 1991 Land Rover Defender 90 was restored in Italy and was refinished in Keswick Green. During the restoration our Defender received an updated interior, and rebuilds of the engine and transmission. Power is provided by a 2.5-liter 200Tdi turbodiesel inline-four paired with a five-speed manual transmission and a dual-range transfer case. Equipment includes 18 inch Sawtooth wheels, side steps, LED taillights, checker-plated guards on the hood, a wood-rimmed MOMO steering wheel, a center console, and inward-facing rear bench seats. Our D90 features a black roof and wheel arches. Additional features include a front bumper with integrated lights, LED turn signals, mud flaps, and checker-plated guards on the rocker panels. The Sawtooth wheels are fitted with BF Goodrich All-Terrain T/A tires at each corner. A matching spare is mounted on a swing-out carrier at the rear. The brakes, axles, and suspension components were replaced during the restoration. The cabin features front bucket seats and inward-facing rear benches upholstered in black. Interior amenities include a leather-wrapped dashboard topper, a center console, manual wind-up windows, and new carpets. The wood-rimmed MOMO steering wheel fronts a 150-km/h speedometer and gauges for coolant temperature and fuel level. The 2.5-liter 200Tdi turbodiesel inline-four sends power to all four wheels!

1992 Land Rover Defender 90 Arkonik “Ranger”

SPECIFICATION

  • Keswick Green
  • 5sp Manual
  • 200Tdi Diesel
  • 6 Seats

INTERIOR

EXTERIOR

  • Body color Keswick Green
  • Roof color Chawton White
  • Paint finish Solid
  • Wheel arch color Body color
  • Hood OEM original
  • Hood badge Arkonik
  • Wheels Steel 16″ (Chawton White)
  • Tires BFGoodrich® All Terrain T/A KO2
  • Suspension Arkonik Cellular Dynamic
  • Grille OEM
  • Bumper Standard with end caps
  • Headlights WIPAC® Xenon / Standard
  • Side lights Colored
  • Wing-top air intakes Original
  • Rear badges Defender

STANDARD FEATURES

  • Drive side Left hand drive
  • Warranty 12 months
  • Restoration Full, frame-off restoration inc. new bulkhead
  • Engine Fully reconditioned and rebuilt
  • Transmission Fully reconditioned and rebuilt
  • Frame Etched primed and raptor-coated
  • Electrics Brand new wiring loom and switchgear
  • Brakes Replaced for new: Brake lines, front discs and rear drums
  • Suspension Replaced with all new components
  • Steering New rack and power steering
  • Fuel system Replaced with all new components
  • Instrument cluster Binnacle and gauges replaced for new
  • Floor covering Carpet with noise, vibration and heat insulation
  • Floor mats Rubber, front, middle* and rear (*110 only)
  • Air conditioning Fitted new
  • Windows Replaced with new (including seals)
  • Interior lighting Ice White LED
  • Spare wheel Swing-away spare wheel carrier with Arkonik wheel cover

1987 Land Rover Defender 110 Arkonik

Gaswerks Garage is pleased to present our 1987 Land Rover Defender 110 Arkonik. The 110 was launched in 1983. From 1984, wind-up windows were fitted (Series models and very early 110s had sliding panels), and a 2.5-liter (153 cu in), 68 horsepower diesel engine was introduced. This was based on the earlier 2.3-liter (140 cu in) engine, but had a more modern fuel-injection system as well as increased capacity. This period saw Land Rover market the utility Land Rover as a private recreational vehicle. While the basic pick-up, 4×4 and van versions were still working vehicles, the County 4x4s were sold as multi-purpose family vehicles, featuring improved interior trim and more comfortable seats. This change was reflected in Land Rover starting what had long been common practice in the car industry — detail changes and improvements to the County model from year to year in order to attract new buyers and to encourage existing owners to trade in for a new vehicle. These changes included different exterior styling graphics and color options, and the introduction of new options, such as radio-cassette players, Rostyle wheels, headlamp wash and wipe systems, as well as accessories such as surfboard carriers and bike racks. The switch from leaf spring to coil spring suspension was a key part of the new model’s success. It offered improved off-road ability, load capacity, handling and ride comfort.

1991 Land Rover Defender 90

Gaswerks Garage is pleased to present our 1991 Land Rover Defender 90. The Land Rover Defender is one of the most rugged vehicles on the planet. The Defender is built for many applications ranging from First Responders, Military and even Agriculture. These trucks are used all around the world and they’ve been used for over 30 years, for a great reason – they’re bulletproof. The Defender is known as the ultimate beach truck for the Hamptons, Nantucket or the like. In the mid 1990’s Land Rover USA sold the Defender D90 in dealerships across the country. They were a smash hit but unfortunately only sold for 3 years. 1994, 1995 and 1997. Low mileage examples are getting harder to find.

  • Welsh Grey
  • Cognac Brown Genuine Italian Leather interior
  • Cognac Brown Stitching
  • 200 TDI Engine
  • Matching 5 Speed Manual
  • LT77 transmission
  • 1.4 LT230 transfercase
  • Land Rover Wolf Wheels finished in Welsh Grey
  • 255/85R16 BF Goodrich KM3 mud terrain tires
  • LED Low and Highbeam headlights

1966 Land Rover 109 Series II A Pickup

Gaswerks Garage is proud to present our 1966 Land Rover 109 Series II A Pickup. Professional frameup restoration in 2010. Less than 1500 miles since completion. New 2.25L Turner gas engine. Rebuilt Series III 4 speed transmission. New Zenith carb and new exhaust manifold. New radiator , 9.5 in. clutch and shocks. New black vinyl interior and roof liner. All new galvanized trim. Canvas supports included. Looks and drives great.

  • Engine 2.25L
  • Trans 4-Speed
  • Color Bronze Green
  • Interior Black
  • Car Cover
  • Touch up paint included

1997 Land Rover Defender 90

Gaswerks Garage is pleased to present our 1997 Land Rover Defender 90:

EXTERIOR

  • V8 badging
  • Dual exterior side mirrors
  • Rear Defender 90 heritage plaque
  • Variable speed intermittent windshield wipers
  • Side-hinged tailgate
  • Full convertible top
  • Flexible black fender flares
  • Quartz halogen headlamps

INTERIOR

  • Full instrumentation w/tachometer
  • Mast antenna
  • Lockable center console w/lockable audio
  • system cover, storage space & integrated
  • cupholders
  • Weather-resistant twill-effect vinyl
  • upholstery
  • Premium AM/FM stereo cassette audio
  • system w/auto seeking weather band
  • Reclining front bucket seats w/integral
  • head restraints
  • Integral tubular steel “safari cage”
  • 4-weather-resistant combination speakers
  • (woofer + tweeter)
  • Front seatback/door map pockets
  • Storage compartment under front
  • passenger seat
  • Front/rear rubber floor mats
  • Instrument panel shelf

MECHANICAL

  • Rear suspension w/solid axle located by trailing links & central A-frame,
  • long travel single rate coil springs, dual acting hydraulic dampers
  • 14 Gauge boxed steel ladder frame
  • w/aluminum body panels
  • 16″ X 7.0″ aluminum alloy wheels
  • 2-speed manual locking transfer gearbox
  • 6 gallon fuel tank
  • Integral class III trailer tow hitch
  • receiver
  • Pwr-assisted worm & roller steering
  • LT265/75R16 all-terrain BF Goodrich T/A
  • SBR tires
  • Swing-away rear mounted outside full
  • size spare tire
  • Front/rear anti-sway bar
  • 9″ wheelbase
  • Integral tubular steel “safari cage”
  • Front suspension w/solid axle located
  • by radius arms & panhard rod, long travel
  • dual rate coil springs, dual acting
  • hydraulic dampers
  • Drum type parking brake
  • 0L aluminum SMPFI V8 engine (182
  • hp/233 ft/lbs torque)
  • 4-speed automatic transmission w/locking
  • torque converter
  • Pwr-actuated 4-wheel disc brakes
  • w/vented front rotors, 4-piston front
  • calipers, 2-piston rear calipers
  • 9″ minimum ground clearance
  • GVWR – 6001 lbs/2721 kg
  • Permanent 4-wheel drive system

SAFETY

  • Front 3-point lap/shoulder belts
  • Integral tubular steel “safari cage”
  • Collapsible steering column
  • Integral front head restraints

EPA FUEL ECONOMY RATINGS

  • City 14/hwy 15 (4.0L engine/4-speed auto trans)

1989 Land Rover Defender 110 Arkonik

Gaswerks Garage is pleased to present our 1989 Land Rover Defender 110 Arkonik. The 110 was launched in 1983. From 1984, wind-up windows were fitted (Series models and very early 110s had sliding panels), and a 2.5-liter (153 cu in), 68 horsepower diesel engine was introduced. This was based on the earlier 2.3-liter (140 cu in) engine, but had a more modern fuel-injection system as well as increased capacity. This period saw Land Rover market the utility Land Rover as a private recreational vehicle. While the basic pick-up, 4×4 and van versions were still working vehicles, the County 4x4s were sold as multi-purpose family vehicles, featuring improved interior trim and more comfortable seats. This change was reflected in Land Rover starting what had long been common practice in the car industry — detail changes and improvements to the County model from year to year in order to attract new buyers and to encourage existing owners to trade in for a new vehicle. These changes included different exterior styling graphics and color options, and the introduction of new options, such as radio-cassette players, Rostyle wheels, headlamp wash and wipe systems, as well as accessories such as surfboard carriers and bike racks. The switch from leaf spring to coil spring suspension was a key part of the new model’s success. It offered improved off-road ability, load capacity, handling and ride comfort. Our car comes equipped with:

  • Exterior: Coniston Green
  • Wheels RRT White
  • Standard wheel arches
  • Engine 2.5TD
  • Black carpet
  • Premium twin-stitched vinyl leatherette dashboard
  • Roof rack delete (No roof rack)
  • Bumper Spotlights
  • Front row seats Elite
  • Center seats Classic low back
  • Load area Bench seats
  • Premium cubby box
  • Individually folding rear step
  • Standard bumper
  • Alloy door handle upgrade
  • Heated seats
  • Seating trim Black leather
  • Standard refurbished leather steering wheel
  • Premium LED headlights and side lamps
  • Air conditioning
  • General Grabber TRs tires
  • Standard grille
  • Standard headrest
  • Checker plate delete – No checker plate
  • Side steps Individually folding side steps
  • Window tinting without tint
  • Wheel cover – Standard LRUK spare wheel cover
  • Standard wing top vents
  • Bolt kit Stainless steel bolt kit
  • Gear gaiter Premium leather stitched gear gaiter
  • Badges delete (No badges)
  • Rear LED w/lamp
  • Alloy gear knobs
  • Sunroof
  • Steering Guard in Body color
  • Carpet mats and Rubber rear load liner

1991 Land Rover Defender 110 Pickup

The Land Rover 110 Pickup was designed for the British Military, used for transporting troops, carrying supplies, and just about any other task you could think of. Based off the Series Land Rover which was their solution to the Willy’s Jeep, The Land Rover 110 Pickup is about as utilitarian and useful as they come. Use it for transporting garden supplies for your home, to transporting your children to the beach in the summer.

This particular Land Rover 110 Pickup was not designed for the British Military but rather a French Fire Department. The fire equipment has since been removed during an extensive restoration. The truck has been fully restored and is ready for any Nantucket, Newport or Martha’s Vineyard adventure. Featuring a TDI engine, the truck has loads of torque and bulletproof reliability which is far superior to the gas engine that is fitted in other Land Rovers of the same era. The inside of the bed has been freshly painted, a new canvas top has been fitted. The uses and possibilities for this truck are endless!

​A Superwinch and Hella Fog Lamps are fitted to the front bumper for any obstacles you might encounter on the trail or on the road. The truck has BFGoodrich tires which are by far one of the best all terrain tires on the market. They are quiet on road and provide excellent traction off-road. This truck is completely rust free, the frame and bulkhead are immaculate. Air Conditioning is an added bonus. This truck drives beautiful on the highway and on backroads, our team of vintage car experts have looked through this car with a fine tooth comb and are confident that whoever buys this truck will be very pleased. This truck is turn-key and ready to be enjoyed!

1995 Land Rover Defender 90 Convertible

The Land Rover Defender is one of the most rugged vehicles on the planet. The Defender is built for many applications ranging from First Responders, Military and even Agriculture. These trucks are used all around the world and they’ve been used for over 30 years, for a great reason – they’re bulletproof. The Defender is known as the ultimate beach truck for the Hamptons, Nantucket or the like. In the mid 1990’s Land Rover USA sold the Defender D90 in dealerships across the country. They were a smash hit but unfortunately only sold for 3 years. 1994, 1995 and 1997. Low mileage examples are getting harder to find.

Lamborghini Paramus is very honored to have this stunning 1995 Land Rover Defender 90 finished in Yellow. With only 4,600 miles from new, this truck looks like it just came off off the showroom floor. This Defender is powered by a Rover 3.9L V8 engine mated to a 5 speed manual transmission. The 1994 and 1995 models were the only years to come with a manual. The V8 engine has plenty of torque for climbing any beach trail or mountain pass. This truck is equipped with a Factory Hard Top that is removable for Sunny Days.

This truck drives and functions perfectly with no noises. The truck is completely rust and corrosion free and the underside looks unbelievable. Own the closest thing to a new Defender D90 and get this truck just in time for Spring!