110 Pickup Truck
Ground Up Built Defender 110 Pickup Intercooled Turbo Diesel 5-spd Lifted ///
This 110's documented bodywork, which included new glass and an upgrade to galvanized, pushbutton doors, looks great behind a slick coat of Audi Nardo Grey 2-stage. To keep those panels straight, the truck's form has been supplemented with a custom, powder-coated exoskeleton. And that skeleton plays well with a Gloss Black KBX grille and Gloss Black tail lamp surrounds. Officially named 4JG2, the truck's 3.0 liter mill is an intercooled turbo diesel 4-cylinder that's utilitarian and efficient. It's also a fairly common swap into Defenders, especially in Australia where Isuzu sold many models equipped with the engine. Power flows through a reliable 5-speed to either a Crane-branded 14-bolt that's finished with full-floating hubs, or a Crane-branded Dana 44 that's finished with Warn locking hubs. That drivetrain hangs in a reinforced suspension, which stretches reinforced power steering around Fox Racing coil-overs. That clip leads a triangulated 4-bar rear-half that's complete with reservoired King shocks. Stops are provided by power-assisted discs. And at the corners of the floor, powder-coated Alcoa wheels twist eight lugs inside tactical 38x11x16 Michelin XZLs. Between the doors, heavy-grain leather Defender seats feature custom double-diamond stitched inserts. In front of those thrones, a leather-wrapped dash hangs restored factory telemetry next to a customized center gauge panel that props VDO accessory gauges above dual cigarette lighters that can charge electronic devices even when the truck is turned off. And beneath that dash, a Tuffy Security Console protects a Bluetooth-capable JVC CD/DVD player that, in addition to providing a display for the backup camera, powers custom-mount Focal speakers. Well-built and ready to conquer the world, this Land Rover is a cool and equally exclusive classic! Call, click or visit www.RKMotors.com for more information.