|Year||1997||Engine capacity||1998 cc|
|Exterior colour||Fiery Orange Metallic||Engine configuration||Inline 4-cylinder with injection|
|Interior colour||Black/anthracite||Engine number||Matching|
|0 - 100 km/u||11.2 sec||Wheels||BFGoodrich|
|Top speed||148 km/u||Production numbers||1|
|VIN number||SALLDVAY8TA973659||Other||Financially attractive, petrol engine|
A diesel engine in a car wherein you don't even cover 10.000km a year, is restricted by governmental humbug, and is above all; loud. Now it so happens, these engines are unfortunately 99 out of a hundred times fitted in your favourite, and thus one of the most fun cars on the market; the Land Rover Defender. If only there was an alternative. Probably making this Defender the most desirable Defender of the Netherlands, this Defender 90 has a petrol engine. Not swapped, but an original factory fitted, built in 1997 136bhp strong petrol engine. The whole car was subject of a rebuilt in 2010 and alongside completely resprayed in wonderfully warm Fiery Orange Metallic, fitted with new comfortable seats, four military style seats in the back, new alloy wheels, new tires and a multitude of refined details, making this Defender one of a kind. Built once for someone who truly desires a unique vehicle. Furthermore, she is financially attractive, especially under liability company car regulations. The road tax of a petrol car is at least half of that of a diesel car and the additional tax of this Defender is calculated over its appraised value. More fun I can't possibly make it.