Scott Wallace shares the unlikely story behind E.C.D.’s founding and reveals their first Jaguar E-Type will debut early next year. The Florida-based outfit best known for its scrupulously thorough Land
Once labeled as East Coast Defenders because it was a well-known aftermarket outlet that specializes in restoring, enhancing, and personalizing older Land Rovers, today’s E.C.D. Automotive Design is a little
E.C.D. Automotive Design (E.C.D.), the world’s largest Land Rover restoration company internationally renowned for its bespoke luxury builds, today announces a new and exciting addition to its model range: the E.C.D.
Land Rover restomod specialists, E.C.D. Automotive Design, share details on the 450 horsepower Project Naw LT1-powered Defender. Project Naw, E.C.D. Automotive Design’s latest hi-end homage to the classic Land Rover Defender is as mean
Florida-based E.C.D. Automotive Design — formerly East Coast Defender — made its bones turning the barely disguised Midlands tractors emerging from Land Rover’s Solihull plant into finely detailed Chelsea tractors that cost almost as much as
E.C.D. Automotive Design (E.C.D.), a Land Rover restoration company know for its bespoke luxury builds, will begin offering restored Jaguar E-Type restomods, the company announced. Slated for completion in early