1984 Land Rover 110 6.2-Liter LS3 V8 Engine


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Additional features include a two-speed transfer case, leather-upholstered seating for up to seven passengers, 18? wheels with new Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac tires, power steering, an Alpine stereo, power windows, air conditioning, LED lighting, and more.

The truck was disassembled and its stock doors, hood, grille, and roof were replaced with later Puma-style parts before being repainting in its current brown and black. New rear corner trim, bed caps, wheel arches, and diamond-plate panels were also installed along with fresh door and window seals, door checks, mirrors, and Truck-Lite LED headlights. A black hardtop with Masai glass is fitted over the passenger and cargo compartments.

Black 18? wheels wear Land Rover center caps and 275/65 Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac tires. Braking is handled by four-wheel discs with a replacement master cylinder, lines, calipers, and pads.

The cabin features leather-upholstered Autobiography Puma front and three-piece rear seats as well as inward-facing jump seats in the cargo area. Black rubber mats cover the floors, the headliner was replaced with a later Defender version, seven new seatbelts were fitted, and an under-dash air conditioner was installed along with LED lighting.

Replacement instrumentation includes VDO fuel level and coolant temperature gauges as well as a digital gear indicator. The 120-mph speedometer houses a six-digit odometer reading approximately 700 miles, with actual chassis mileage unknown. Switches for the power front and rear windows sit in a MUD Stuff panel above an Alpine touchscreen stereo. A MUD Stuff center console houses the transmission and transfer case levers as well as a storage box.

The General Motors 6.2-liter LS3 V8 features Corvette covers and a replacement wiring harness as well as other support components. Cooling is handled by a BeCool radiator, while the exhaust system includes a catalytic converter as well as a Defender 300Tdi-style tailpipe.

Power is sent to all four wheels through a six-speed 6L80 automatic transmission and a two-speed LT230 transfer case. New swivel balls, housings, and seals were installed and the truck was converted to power steering using a new gearbox from a later Defender.
1984 Land Rover 110 6.2-Liter LS3 V8 Engine
$ 16,200.00
Additional features include a two-speed transfer case, leather-upholstered seating for up to seven passengers, 18? wheels with new Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac tires, power steering, an Alpine stereo, power windows, air conditioning, LED lighting, and more.

The truck was disassembled and its stock doors, hood, grille, and roof were replaced with later Puma-style parts before being repainting in its current brown and black. New rear corner trim, bed caps, wheel arches, and diamond-plate panels were also installed along with fresh door and window seals, door checks, mirrors, and Truck-Lite LED headlights. A black hardtop with Masai glass is fitted over the passenger and cargo compartments.

Black 18? wheels wear Land Rover center caps and 275/65 Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac tires. Braking is handled by four-wheel discs with a replacement master cylinder, lines, calipers, and pads.

The cabin features leather-upholstered Autobiography Puma front and three-piece rear seats as well as inward-facing jump seats in the cargo area. Black rubber mats cover the floors, the headliner was replaced with a later Defender version, seven new seatbelts were fitted, and an under-dash air conditioner was installed along with LED lighting.

Replacement instrumentation includes VDO fuel level and coolant temperature gauges as well as a digital gear indicator. The 120-mph speedometer houses a six-digit odometer reading approximately 700 miles, with actual chassis mileage unknown. Switches for the power front and rear windows sit in a MUD Stuff panel above an Alpine touchscreen stereo. A MUD Stuff center console houses the transmission and transfer case levers as well as a storage box.

The General Motors 6.2-liter LS3 V8 features Corvette covers and a replacement wiring harness as well as other support components. Cooling is handled by a BeCool radiator, while the exhaust system includes a catalytic converter as well as a Defender 300Tdi-style tailpipe.

Power is sent to all four wheels through a six-speed 6L80 automatic transmission and a two-speed LT230 transfer case. New swivel balls, housings, and seals were installed and the truck was converted to power steering using a new gearbox from a later Defender.

Additional information

Make: Land Rover
Model: 110
Type: Suv
Year: 1984
Doors: 4
Mileage: 800
Transmission: Automatic
Fuel Type: Gas
Interior Color: Black
Exterior Color: Brown
Vehicle Identification Number: SALLDHMC7AA214465
United States, California, Bakersfield
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