"The Land Rover Defender was developed in the 1980’s from the original Land Rover series that was launched at the Amsterdam Motor Show in April 1948. This four-wheel drive vehicle was the British equivalent of the American Willys Jeep. Built using a steel ladder chassis and aluminium bodywork the Defender gained a worldwide reputation for ruggedness and versatility.
This well-equipped seven seat County version of the iconic Land Rover Defender 90 was originally registered on 3rd June 1996 and benefits from a sunroof, roof rails, multi height towbar, folding side steps and chequer plate bonnet protection. The seats are arranged with three forward facing and four inward facing in the rear. The rear seats fold away to allow for increased load space, this seat configuration is becoming rarer to find and offers fantastic practicality. The dark metallic blue paint work is complemented by a white roof and the car sits on attractive alloy wheels. Presented to auction with a V5C registration document and a fresh MoT test certificate, this Land Rover, offered without reserve, is as practical as it is fun."