Customized Land Rover Restoration Experts
The Land Rover Defender is a beautiful vehicle with a vast historical past. Its history, purpose, and character are part of the reason ECD Automotive Design has dedicated itself to fully restoring them from the ground up. Returning these nostalgic vehicles to the road and ensuring their timelessness with modern touches, performance, and quality upgrades is a source of pride for us. Fully rebuilt in-house, we take care of you here, so when your truck rolls off the line, we know that no detail has been overlooked.
While we specialize in custom Land Rover Defenders, we are Land Rover people through and through, so our line-up also includes the Land Rover Series IIA and the Range Rover Classic. Our Land Rovers are built for those with a taste in collectible vehicles that are not only refined but work well where mud is involved.
Over the years, we’ve championed ourselves on being recognized for building Land Rovers wholly customized down to the color of the stitch. Simply put, custom is what we do best. Combined with quality, luxury, and detailed craftsmanship, we deliver a classic icon that is not only one-of-a-kind but genuinely jaw-dropping. A rare beauty that can be driven with pride, with true purpose, and the heart to “go anywhere and do anything."
OUR CUSTOM DEFENDERS
We have a great blend of English owners and American staff, we have different views on how the perfect custom defender or classic ECD vehicle should be, but that truly is what makes our vehicles so special, and we challenge perfection on a daily basis.
CUSTOM DEFENDER 90
CUSTOM DEFENDER 110
CUSTOM DEFENDER 130
CUSTOM ELECTRIC DEFENDER
CUSTOM SERIES IIA
CUSTOM ECD RRC
Just like you, we are obsessed with building the very best custom off-road masterpiece. Our passion for perfection shows in our painstaking attention to detail in every vehicle we build; that’s why everything is done completely in-house. Click below to explore our builds or visit us on Youtube to see our builds in motion.
WHY BUILD A LAND ROVER DEFENDER?
- March 12, 2021