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on May 11th, 2017

When the first Land Rover Defender made its way out of the production line, Land Rover made the promise that with it would be vehicle you could truly “go anywhere” with. Now, years later, this iconic ride has became a staple in every collector’s garage, and has been hailed as the hero of the Land Rover company. The Land Rover Santana Defender is especially unique since it brought together the craftsmanship of the British and the sensitivity of the Spanish into a complete package. You can easily go to anywhere, or simply pick up the kids from school, either way this car is a beacon of class that is hard to come by in modern 4×4 vehicles.

This here is a 1989 Land Rover Santana Defender has been hand restored to perfection by the guys at Petrology.  They have kept the essence and the spirit of free motoring intact with their restoration, while making it cooler and a bit more reliable at places where the Defender is known to default. The interior on this 2.5-litre, diesel engine power Land Rover Santana Defender is finished in waterproof Red Leather and it comes with the retractable roof and safety bars.

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