The Heritage Vintage Customs Defender


The classic and traditional Land Rover fascia we know comes from the Defender and even though there is a new and modern one, enthusiasts of the old generation are still preserving and modifying it to meet new age standards. Case in point, Neils van Roij Design has customized a Defender for one of their customers and they started off by giving it a Green Metallic paint which clearly adorns its military persona and history.

It sports bespoke aluminium side and bonnet vents, extra wide steel wheels that are body coloured and full LED lights all round. The back is covered by a leatherette roof in brown colour and there is a body-coloured steel spare wheel mounted on the rear.

The interior stays true to its roots, quite literally. The wooden steering wheel is a nice touch and complements the rest of the colour schemes found on the teak wooden cargo floor with white rubber inlays and Nubuck leather applied to trim the seats, dashboard and rear benches.

Sources: Heritage Vintage Customs Press Release

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