HHH Heritage is known for doing better than average restorations without getting into the $250,000-$300,000 builds that East Cost Defender and others are producing. Holding tighter to the traditional interior and operation of the classic Defender. Inside this Defender 110 has seen new leather with the popular “diamond stitching”. A large console box is handy for hiding your small items while on a run to the park or a serious adventure. Land Rover installed 2 speed transfer case on these trucks so they have a serious low gear when coupled with the 5 speed manual gear box and the diesel motor as this model is equipped. The paint is Coniston Green from the factory land Rover palette and it looks better than most restored and repainted trucks. Very well prepared and showing nothing unsightly in the finish work. The underneath is very clean. No undercoating is present which makes the inspection for rust very simple, and there is none. A trailer hitch is installed and has a “pig tail” connector to actually pull a trailer. The 200Tdi isn’t a mountain of power but the Defender is not nearly as fast as it is capable. Shifting is very smooth, clutch operation is smooth and correct. The AC works quite well, even on a very hot day. In the rear seating you will find seat belts for 6 passengers and the continued high end leather seating surfaces. Over head, in the drivers compartment, a nice headliner has been installed. This seems like a small detail but is great for cutting down the cabin noise and it finished the interior nicely.