2006 Land Rover Defender 110 TD5
Rare version of the 110 showing just 63,652 miles by two owners the first owner being Somsert County Council
Originally supplied to Exmoor National Park via Somerset County Council, County Fleet this utilitarian Defender 110 Double-Cab is actually one of the rarest styles of Defender. Showing just 63,652 miles, it has been with our vendor, the second owner since December 2014 used lightly on his farmland near Bath covering only 6,500 miles in his 7-year ownership.
There are a few battle scars, dings and paint fade, but what Defender that’s led a country life doesn’t have these – at least its been out in the countryside working where its supposed to be, doing what it was designed to do.
Finished in classic green with grey vinyl interior, we have seating for five, a cubby tray occupying the optional 3rd front middle seat here. At the back we find a useful galvanised lift back load area with a good set of off-road tyres on original steel wheels. Under the bonnet we see the trusted 2.5-litre TD5 lump and 5-speed manual transmission with full-time four-wheel drive.
The history file includes the V5C, original purchase advert from the selling dealer, current MOT valid until November 2021 with six advisories (the front bumper has since been replaced), service invoice dated November 2011, NFU extended vehicle warranty info 2016-2018, annual service receipts during our vendor’s ownership, purchase receipt from 2014 and at least seven old MOTs.
Driven over 80 miles to the sale, the truck is ready to be put to work or used for adventure. Leave it as it is, or tidy it up, either way a good TD5 with 2 owners and low miles is always going to remain a good investment, particularly given the recent upwards trend in values and market appeal – they simply don’t make them like this anymore as we all know.
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Reg No: WA06HWP
Chassis Number: SALLDHF576A713710
Engine Number: 15P25239B
Engine Size: 2495
Docs: V5C; invoices; 7 old MOTs; MOT Nov-21
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