This Defender 110 was meticulously stripped, rebuilt and restored
with a few custom options added along the way by world-renowned
Land Rover builder Arkonik. Nicknamed "Alpha," this Java Black 110
single-cab is powered by an upgraded 4.6-liter V8 gasoline engine
with a Holley Sniper EFI system backed by a 5-speed manual
transmission and has 6,242 miles since its completion. The exterior
features 33-inch BFGoodrich Mud Terrain tires and black steel
modular wheels with bead locks, a Raptor-coated custom cage and
rack with four Lightforce 6-inch LED spotlights, a Defender A-frame
nudge bar, a WARN 12,000-pound Superwinch, Wideboy wheel arches,
raised hood and tail badges, and Fire & Ice side steps. The
interior boasts black leather modular seats, a deluxe sound system,
black suede headlining, an Elite lock box, a premium
leather-stitched gear gaiter to match the seating trim and brushed
aluminum alloy gear knobs.
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