Land Rover Defender 110 County Station Wagon Heritage #251
In December 1998 the 122 brake horsepower 5 cylinder TD 5 engine became the Defender’s standard drivetrain, and such was the success of this engine that a limited edition commemorative model was announced: “The Heritage”.
Available exclusively on special order, and only in one of 2 colours, dark Bronze Green and the light pastel Atlantic green, the model sold out immediately.
This particular example was supplied by Hollingdrake to its first original owner who took delivery in late November 1999, but only after having requested that the car be trimmed in full special order leather trim throughout and should be fitted with chrome instrument bezels as well as factory air-conditioning. These expensive and desirable upgrades, combined with its exclusive factory colour scheme (considerably fewer Bronze Green cars were produced), are guaranteed to offer its subsequent owner distinctive and joyous motoring as well as an assured investment.
Produced in 2 colours – “Dark Bronze Green” and “Light Pastel Green” and 2 models (90 and 110), they were based on the County station wagon specification, but with a host of unique styling features:
The silver styling was designed to emulate the galvanising that was featured on the original series models since 1948.
Other options were Air Conditioning, ABS and traction control.
The 2nd celebrity owner and Land Rover enthusiast, has covered less than 18,000 miles since acquiring the vehicle, which was fitted with a dog guard and over carpets.
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