For those in the market for their own custom Defender, E.C.D. is the ideal way to get your classic vehicle with a modern twist. With every vehicle being fully rebuilt from the ground up, the team here at E.C.D. hand-craft every element of your design in a way that combines your tastes for the British classic with modern creature comforts. Here are some of the ideal ways to modernize your Defender’s design elements while keeping it in the Classic Defender style.
Since E.C.D. It offers classic V8 engine options and newer ones; upgrading the engine choice for your build is a great way to keep the heritage while ensuring your build has a smooth drive similar to more modern-day SUVs. Our line of GM drivetrains (LC9, LS3, LS3+, LT4) also come with their own warranty and are able to be serviced at any local GM dealer. Other common performance upgrades for your build could come with the brakes (our most popular is Brembo), suspension, axels, and your exhaust. All can be upgraded to more modern elements while keeping the exterior design of your build classic.
With your Classic Defender being rebuilt, your build will get a fresh paint shop here in-house from head to toe. If you like the Classic Defender look, choose from one of the many traditional Land Rover Defender colors. Keswick green, Coniston green, Arles Blue, Alpine white, Beluga black, Willow green are some of the most popular classic colors here at the Rover Dome. You can also opt for the classic Defender look of a white roof and white steel wheels or body color steel wheels. Our state of the art paint shop ensures your classic Defender has a clean and protectant finish that will surely make it look new.
Choosing your upholstery at E.C.D. there is virtually an endless selection of materials and colors you can choose from. You can opt to keep your seats the classic Defender style for a more heritage feel with a modern stitch design, or you can upgrade the seat style and choose for a more simply wrapped leather or cloth interior. Along with seats and material, your seat layout can also transform your Defender with a modern touch, whether you choose bench, jump, or captain style seating for your classic build.
Your build’s accessories and finishes are another way to get the Classic Defender look built with modern elements. Opt for a roof rack, hella spotlights, a front brush guard, and a roll cage to keep the traditional Defender heritage, while inside, you can design your build with an upgraded Puma dashboard, a modern shifter, and an all-new sound system. Other modern features include backup cameras, blind spot sensors, remote start, and ac as a standard. These elements add the much needed modern touch to make your classic Defender the ideal daily driver.
If you’re ready for a classic Defender build with a touch of modern features, get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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