Gateway Classic Cars Milwaukee is excited to present this 1997 Land
Rover Defender 90. The Land Rover is the second oldest manufacturer
of four- wheel drive vehicles behind Jeep. The company was
initially known as Rover and formally named Land Rover in 1978. The
Land rover was originally produced as a utilitarian four-wheel
drive off-roader evolving into the upscale luxury sport utility
truck we recognize today. By 1994 Land Rover was ready to take on
the United States 4X4 market with their completely revised American
model called "The Defender 90". The new Land Rover quickly took the
American market by storm. Unfortunately, only 6,500 models were
produced before its demise at the end of 1997 due to stricter US
safety standards, making the Land Rover Defender 90 into a highly
sought-after classic. 1997 was the last year of production for the
Land Rover Defender 90. A larger V-8 engine, a ZF four-speed
automatic transmission, and standard air conditioning were added
features on the 1997 model. This truck is painted in Arles Blue
with a gray vinyl interior. The interior consists of two front
bucket seats with four jump seats in the rear. Added features
include a front winch, factory rollbars, alloy wheels, pop up
sunroof, AM/Fm/ cassette radio, air conditioning, power steering
and power brakes.
1997 Land Rover Defender
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