This 1993 Land Rover Defender 90 is a right-hand drive example that was recently imported to the US from the UK. Power comes from a 2.5-liter turbodiesel inline-four linked to all four wheels through a 5-speed manual transmission and 2-speed transfer case. A color change to white was carried out approximately five years ago, while more recent work reportedly included a replacement timing belt and all-terrain tires. This D90 show 164k miles and is offered with customs documents and a clean Virginia title in the name of the seller’s company.
The white finish is complemented by a black roof, hood, grille, cowl vents, rear door, and window tinting. The bulkhead and door edges are photographed up close in the gallery below.
Matching 16″ wheels wear new Kumho Road Venture all-terrain tires, and rear mud flaps feature the Land Rover logo.
High-back bucket seats are upholstered in vinyl and checked fabric, while rubber mats cover the floors. Approximately 164k miles are shown on the 6-digit odometer. The rear cargo area has been fitted with troop seats and carpeting and can be seen in detail below.
The 2.5-liter 200Tdi turbodiesel four is paired with an LT77 5-speed manual transmission. A new timing belt was recently installed and the oil/filter were changed according to the seller. The truck’s previous blue color can be seen on the firewall.
A replacement crossmember has reportedly been installed, and additional undercarriage photos are provided to show the frame, outriggers, and driveline in the gallery below.