The vehicle is powered by a 4 cylinder 200 Tdi (turbo diesel) engine and has an LT77 5-speed manual transmission. With just over 159,000 miles (256,050 Km) on the odometer, the engine cold starts without issue or white smoke and runs solid. The vehicle includes 4WD high and low ranges, a locking center differential and power steering.
The vehicle has received over $18,000 in mechanical service, restoration, parts and labor to include: a bumper-to-bumper inspection, comprehensive mechanical service, new fluids, new belts, new rear ball joint, new ignition control module and distributor cap, new rear pinion seal, front and rear differential service, new front driver-side swivel ball, transmission service, front drive shaft service, power steering box service, suspension and drive-line service.
Interior restoration and modification includes: Dynamat sound deadening material in the roof, doors, seat box and rear tub; additional Dynapad sound proofing material in all three doors, new Land Rover genuine rubber mat in the rear load space, new diamond plating on the rear door interior, new insulated flannel headliner, new dome/courtesy light, new cup holders in the center console, metal dog guard, mounted OEM tire jack, mounted fire extinguisher, Kenwood stereo with Sony Xplode speakers, new upper dashboard, new battery with manual cut off switch and removable key; Mud UK dash panel with dual USB ports, 12V charging port, Carling switch for Hella Black Magic 500 auxiliary lights on the front bumper, and two switch blanks that will accommodate future electrical upgrades or accessories.
Exterior restoration and modification includes: paint-less dent repair to the hood and body panels, hood respray and color-match to the body, sand blasted and repainted diamond plating with new rivets, Front Runner Slim Line II roof rack with Front Runner rear ladder, Mantec snorkel, A-bar bumper with Hella auxiliary driving lights, metal headlight and taillight lamp guards, powder coated door hinges with new stainless bolts, powder coated hood latches and window pillars, new gas cap, Land Rover genuine mud flaps, surface rust removal and three-stage POR-15 rust treatment with protective coating on the chassis and drive-line components, extensive dirt and road debris removal from the chassis and driveline, rust treatment on exposed metals throughout, rear tow hitch with trailer light hook up, sand blasted and repainted steel wheels in grey metal flake, 2” suspension lift with heavy duty Old Man Emu shocks, heavy duty OME springs and OME steering damper, new BF Goodrich all terrain tires (LT235/85 R16), new ProCote truck bed liner on the fender flares and on the roof.
The vehicle includes a clean Colorado title, copies of all import documents, copies of service and restoration records, and copies of the original Belgian registration documents.