E.C.D. Automotive Design (E.C.D.), a restoration company specializing in revamping Classic Defenders, original Range Rover Classics and vintage E-Types, recently introduced its new special edition models, the company announced. While
E.C.D. Automotive Design (E.C.D.), the world’s largest restoration company specializing in revamping Classic Defenders, original Range Rover Classics and vintage E-Types into bespoke luxury builds, today introduces an exciting new offering: Special
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