*** 1990 LAND ROVER DEFENDER 90 TURBO DIESEL ***
- Condition: Used
- Make: Land Rover
- Model: Defender
- SubModel: 90
- Type: SUV
- Year: 1990
- Mileage: 152,000
- VIN: salldvaf7ha466654
- Color: Black
- Number of cylinders: 4
- Fuel: Diesel
- Transmission: Manual
- Interior color: Black
- Options: 4-Wheel Drive
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1990 Land Rover Defender 90
STUNNING LAND ROVER 90 DEFENDER 200 TDI
We are proud to offer for sale this freshly imported stunning recently restored Land Rover 90 Defender from the home of the Land Rover Defenders England.
This stunning Defender 90 has only covered 150k miles from new by its 2 careful owners, last owner has cared for the vehicle since 2001!! The vehicle comes complimented with a portfolio of bills for works carried out, including a book pack and the original manual from new and was manufactured in 1990.
This vehicle is available to view in Bloomsburg Pa- ANY INSPECTION IS WELCOMED
Looks stunning finished in arguably the best colour Java Black Metallic, 5x 15” black Modular wheels with matching recently fitted BF Goodrich All Terrain Tires, power steering, new front and rear mud flaps, black chequer plate fitted to wing tops, hood and rear quarter panels, snorkel, rock sliders, rear spare wheel carrier with spare wheel cover, new front bumper, all new lights, rear spot lights and a tow bar with electrics.
During its restoration the Defender has been fitted with a new Marsland Galvanised Chassis and Galvanised front doors, 2” uplift Kit, uprated springs and shock absorbers, new uprated poly bushes, front and rear diff guards and a steering damper guard.
During its restoration the Defender’s cabin was fitted with new seating, new carpets front and rear, genuine front floor mats, leather gear gator and hand brake gator, alloy door handles, net door pockets and the rear cabin was fitted with tailored rubber matting. Only noticeable issue are two speaker holes in the roof liner easy to cover or to replace speakers.
To Sum Up
This Defender has just gone through a rigorous check by the Ministry Of Transport in the UK and has been given a clear bill of health with no advisories and has just been serviced for your extra peace of mind.
This Defender is in stunning condition for its age and is a sound investment as they don’t manufacture the Defender anymore. The rarity and the legacy the Defender leaves behind will surely increase its value. Don’t miss this opportunity to own part of the legacy.
Pa Title in hand -Offers are welcomed! The car is also offered for sale locally so we reserve the right to end the auction early if sold outside of Ebay.
Below is an insight to the history of the legend.
Land Rover: the end of a legend
The world's longest-serving vehicle is to roll off the production line for the last time after a continuous run of 67 years. Production of the iconic and globally recognised Land Rover Defender has ceased in December 2015, No vehicle has enjoyed a life as long or as full as the Land Rover.
Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip used one on tour in 1957. This Series I was custom built for Winston Churchill's 80th birthday
So two years from now you will no longer be able to buy yourself a brand new Land Rover, a proper Land Rover, latterly known as the Defender. The last time there were no Land Rovers, George VI was in the Palace, Attlee in Downing Street, Independent India was just a year old and Harry Truman was about to approve the Marshall Plan.
The Land Rover was created in the shadow of World War II. Inspired by the American Jeeps that had flooded Europe during the war, it was made from aluminium, which was abundant thanks to the British public answering the Ministry of Information’s call to hand over their pots and pans. The Series I, launched in April 1948, came in various shades of military green.
But designer Maurice Wilkes never intended it to be driven exclusively by men in uniform. And so it proved to be. In 65 years it has become as synonymous with farming, adventure, life-guarding, life-saving, rescuing, exploring and endeavour as it has with combat. As British icons go, it’s up there with Paul McCartney, who predates it. No vehicle has enjoyed a life as long or as full as the Land Rover.
The Citroën 2CV born out of a similar imperative in the same year ceased production in 1990. The Volkswagen Beetle predated them both, but didn’t really hit its stride until 1945 and ended its production – on an entirely different continent from where it started – in 2003. Land Rovers have always been built in the same Solihull factory.
There will be another car and it will wear the Defender name, a name it was obliged to take in 1990 only when the proliferation of models it inspired (Range Rover, Discovery…) rendered the name Land Rover something of a communications minefield. Call it a "Landy", however, and folks still know what you mean.
Landys have a habit of going on forever. It’s said that 75 per cent of the two million built so far are still on the road. So chances are there will still be Land Rovers in 2070 when the rest of us are driving hovercars or Teslas. Its real legacy is Land Rover the company, now flagship for a resurgent UK manufacturing sector and selling over 300,000 cars a year. Though you will find precisely nothing in common between a Defender and Range Rover, there would never have been the latter without the former and its overwhelming sense that your car can be something just that little bit more magical than merely a form of a transport.