1994 Land Rover Defender 90


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A glossy Blue Comet right-hand drive Land Rover Defender 90? Sign us up. This delicious 1994 90 was imported from the United Kingdom in 2021, and you can buy it from the folks at Collectible Motorcar of Atlanta for the extremely fair price of $35,990. Being an import from the UK, this example is a right-hand drive which, while a little odd to adjust to when driving in the United States, adds to the authenticity of this British expat. 

The Model.

The model now known by the moniker Defender began in 1983 as the Land Rover 110, followed by the 90 and 127, names that reflected the length of their respective wheelbases. On the surface, the 90 looked a lot like the Series III Land Rover, but subtle changes like a one-piece windshield, longer hood, flat front end and wheel flares to account for the wider axles give the 90 a cleaner, yet still delightfully boxy look. 

Throughout the 1990s, in order to keep pace with SUVs being churned out by other automakers, Land Rover began to get a bit more luxurious and mass-market including the offering of limited-edition variations like the SV90 in 1992 with accoutrements like a roll cage, alloy wheels and metallic paint, and the 50th anniversary 90 in 1998, which came with an automatic trans and even air conditioning. For the record, the only air conditioning you’ll find on this 90 is the breeze from the twin vents directly under the windshield.

All in all, the 90 didn’t change much over its run. The biggest change was when Land Rover decided to change its name, along with the 110 and 127, to the Defender 90, Defender 110, and Defender 130, respectively. In 1989, Land Rover introduced the Discovery model, which represented a switch over from a numeric nomenclature system to something that evoked a bit more emotion. They backtracked a bit on this strategy for a minute with the LR3/LR4, but we’re back to names like Evoque and Velar. 

The Specs.

According to Collectible Motorcar of Atlanta, this Defender is in excellent shape and the photos back that up. It has had a fairly fresh coat of gorgeous Blue Comet paint as well as light some interior refinishing as well in the form of fresh vinyl seat skins. It’s stock from a mechanical standpoint and sports some tasteful aesthetic upgrades that keep with the spirit of this Brit. Here are the details, but by all means contact Collectible Motorcar of Atlanta for more information.


  • 2.5-liter 200 turbo diesel inline-four cylinder
  • Five-speed manual transmission 
  • Dual-range transfer case
  • Locking center differential
  • Right hand drive


  • New black vinyl seat skins 
  • Matching dashboard and trim
  • Black carpeting
  • Three-spoke steering wheel
  • 120 mph speedometer
  • Gauges (fuel, coolant temp, battery voltage)


  • New high-gloss metallic blue paint (Blue Comet)
  • Gloss black roof, hood, side guards
  • Land Rover branded mud flaps
  • Sunroof
  • Snorkel
  • Side steps
  • LED turn signal indicators
  • Diamond plate metal hood accents
  • Black steel wheels 
  • BF Goodrich All-Terrain T/A tires

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