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Land Rover Defender 110 Full Restoration


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Awesome! Good luck on the restoration!

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the winshield and grill on the table look to be from a series 2 or 3 land rover.. Are you doing a conversion?

hmmm may be a normal Defender/110 bulkhead as all bar the latest generation & the factory fitted A/C Export spec. ones came with the open able set of vents

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hmmm may be a normal Defender/110 bulkhead as all bar the latest generation & the factory fitted A/C Export spec. ones came with the open able set of vents

I was referring to the glass and the grill in picture 3 (with the brown chassis)

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Hi guys

Thank you for all your inputs. For sure, I will talk about the full restoration as we go by.

This is a 1996 300tdi chassis. The end product is an defender Tdci/puma .was lucky enough to find a almost brand new Tdci 2.4 engine and a box. And the rest of the body panels are off a defender puma 110 CSW. To keep the quality, I have used Genuine land rover Nut and BOlts.

Will use IMageshack to upload more photos.

The windscreen on the table is from a series 2 which belongs to my mate UPul.

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Hi guys

Thank you for all your inputs. For sure, I will talk about the full restoration as we go by.

This is a 1996 300tdi chassis. The end product is an defender Tdci/puma .was lucky enough to find a almost brand new Tdci 2.4 engine and a box. And the rest of the body panels are off a defender puma 110 CSW. To keep the quality, I have used Genuine land rover Nut and BOlts.

Will use IMageshack to upload more photos.

The windscreen on the table is from a series 2 which belongs to my mate UPul.[/quote

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Hi guys

Thank you for all your inputs. For sure, I will talk about the full restoration as we go by.

This is a 1996 300tdi chassis. The end product is an defender Tdci/puma .was lucky enough to find a almost brand new Tdci 2.4 engine and a box. And the rest of the body panels are off a defender puma 110 CSW. To keep the quality, I have used Genuine land rover Nut and BOlts.

Will use IMageshack to upload more photos.

The windscreen on the table is from a series 2 which belongs to my mate UPul.

Little piece of advise make sure the engine is not a 2007 model, they had some issues because of which many were replaced through warranty.

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Thank you gummybr for your advice.

This is an 2011 engine had only 8km delivery mileage off from ROW spec. Model

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Both Engine mounts and gearbox mounts bracket locations were marked and aligned and tagged in to the chassis. Meantime, all the body panel were getting ready for its new look.

Front and Rear diff and axels were fitted along with radius arms,shocks and all the mechanical parts such as steering box fuel pipes,brake pipes etc.. Bulkhead was to come first since we wanted to start the engine.Since all parts were from the same vehicle I was confident that it will start with few turns. Ecu, meter panel,Body module,transponder and its original key with FOB were given with the bulkhead.

GUESS WHAT!!!!!!!!!!!! Heard that sweet running noise of a defender puma TDCI.

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"as wahak , kata wahak naa" but i'm quite impressed by the rate & pace of your crew of workmen! :)

thank you devinda. Big thank you to UPUL and team also for my supplier,who supplied every single thing including nut and bolts we needed to complete this project. Edited by EAP
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