1995 Land Rover Defender
When you think of Queen Elizabeth’s wheels, you probably think of some stately Rolls-Royce or her armored modified Bentley. But in the film The Queen, the vehicle old Liz actually drives herself is a Land Rover Defender when on her family’s Balmoral estate.
That pedigree dates back to the original Land Rover Series 1, which was created in 1948 to serve the same general purpose as the U.S. Army’s Jeep. The later “Station Wagon” body style — typically with the spare tire mounted on the hood — is the one closely associated with any movie featuring an African safari.
For 1995 the Defender 90 was powered by a 3.9-liter V8 that made 182 horsepower and 232 pound-feet of torque. This engine drove a full-time four-wheel-drive system and was connected only to a five-speed manual transmission.
This one owner car has 90000 original miles and came to us from Colorado. One look at this car and the pride of his ownership shows through. Fully equipped with roof carriage and sand anchor as well as a winch that will get you out of any predicament you could find yourself in.
Thoroughly inspected by our factory technicians and ready for it’s next owner.
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