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East Coast Defender reveals its re-imagined Range Rover Classic

The first car is based on a 1995 long wheelbase model.
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East Coast Defender Range Rover Classic Project Alpha

East Coast Defender is expanding the lineup this year with the addition of the Range Rover Classic. The first car, called Project Alpha, is based on a 1995 long wheelbase model and features their Pinnacle Edition package, which is their luxury-focused trim. Each of these Range Rover Classics are fully rebuilt, repainted, and reupholstered into a brand new car. 

This specific model will feature an updated lower front fascia with rectangular LED fog lights, 16" custom painted wheels wrapped in Michelin Defenders, a full gloss black roof, and tinted side windows. The inside of the car will feature the original seats, which have been upgraded in premium leather with sand stitching and black piping.

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