ARCHER D110: Hit the Target

Hit the Target

The Defender is a timeless classic steeped in English heritage. ARCHER is a 1989 D110 of noble origins, rescued from Greece by the Arkonik scouts and brought back to Somerset to receive its restoration. The paintwork is an original Land Rover colour named for the village of Coniston in the heart of England; applied with the precision and accuracy it deserves. With additional modern touches, this Defender is now ready to emerge from the shadows and begin its quest in Washington, USA.

Side view of Coniston Green Defender 110 with view of lake behind

The Defender will be used to explore the Pacific Northwest and venture to those remote places that are often inaccessible.
Owner | Washington, USA


  • Coniston Green body with Java Black wheel arches
  • Satin Black KBX® wing top vents & Signature Grille
  • A-bar with LED spotlights
  • WARN® Zeon 10-S winch
  • Satin Black Mach 5 alloy wheels
  • BFGoodrich® T/A KO2 tyres
  • Rear Defender badge
  • Ebony Fire & Ice side steps
  • Rear LED work lamp
  • NAS rear step

      View of Defender front seats with brown leather trim


      • Ruskin Inside™ Vintage Thatch Brown leather trim
      • Modular heated front seats with central lock box
      • 3 premium high-back centre row seats
      • Bench seats in load area
      • Matching leather door cards
      • Alloy gear knobs & door furniture
      • Black suede headlining
      • Evander 15” wood-rimmed steering wheel
      • Ice White LED lighting package
      • Alpine® premium sound system with reversing camera
      • Sunroof
      • Air conditioning
      • Twin circuit batteries with isolator switch

      “I was looking for someone to build a D110 that would retain the timeless look and feel of the Land Rover Defender, whilst adding those finishing touches that would bring it into the modern era. Arkonik was the only one that achieved this delicate balance. The Defender will be used to explore the Pacific Northwest and venture to those remote places that are often inaccessible.”
      Owner | Washington, USA

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