Blackbridge Motors’ Defender Mk2: Restored Excellence for Off-Road Enthusiasts

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Classic Land Rover Defenders remain highly coveted among off-roading enthusiasts, particularly when enhanced with various modifications, and several companies specialize in restoring them to prime condition, including Blackbridge Motors.

Situated in Connecticut, Blackbridge Motors recently showcased its restoration prowess with another Land Rover Defender. This particular model underwent comprehensive restoration, maintaining its rugged appeal while exuding a refreshed aesthetic.

Dressed in blue and adorned with a tan ragtop, the Defender Mk2 rides on classic 16-inch wheels wrapped in BFGoodrich K02 all-terrain tires.

Equipped with corrosion protection, a tuned suspension for improved comfort without sacrificing off-road capability, and upgraded components including brakes and an exhaust system, this Defender offers a blend of modern amenities with timeless charm.

Under the hood lies a potent surprise – a GM-sourced 6.2-liter V8 engine delivering a formidable 650 horsepower, paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission.

The interior boasts bespoke touches, featuring custom seats, door panels, and premium leather and cloth upholstery, complemented by a Sony head unit for an enhanced audio experience.

The Blackbridge Motors Defender 110 Mark II represents a pinnacle of off-road capability and bespoke craftsmanship, inviting adventurers to embark on extraordinary journeys. However, with quality comes a price – listed at $269,500, this Defender commands a premium reflective of its exceptional quality and performance.

Dana Phio

By Dana Phio

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