The end of an era started in 1948 with the first Land Rover "Series I": this Land Rover Defender is the last of the model that marked and built the history of the British brand.
This specific model, a Defender 90 from 2011, sports a Keswick Green exterior matched to interiors in Black Mondus textile. Although its appearance resembles the early models, given its color and the 16" steel wheels, it is one of the later Defender model, and so is a very usable and comfortable car: it is equipped with a modern TD4 diesel engine mated to a 6-speed manual transmission, air conditioning and electric windows. Obviously, being a Defender, it has permanent four-wheel drive.
The car, first registered and always kept in Italy, has undergone a conversion to soft top that cost the previous owner more than 13.000 Euros (all documented); in the same occasion a major service has been performed at 98.900 km: all sealings have been changed in order to accomodate the soft top, the rear half door (specific for the soft top models), and the roll bar has been painted to match the body.
The car has recently passed the mandatory Italian two-year inspection, it is still homologated for 4 people and is equipped with a trailer hitch.