SIRE D110: A Rare Breed

SIRE D110:
A Rare Breed

This Coniston Green Defender was photographed at Buttle Farm in Wiltshire, England. It has been reimagined by our client and will soon make its way to Pennsylvania, USA, where it will join the ranks of Land Rover thoroughbreds.

Buttle Farm has built a reputation for rearing rare-breed livestock organically, to produce charcuterie of the highest quality. This 1989 D110 is also of the finest pedigree and has been fully restored by Arkonik to preserve the iconic Land Rover marque. The Ruskin Inside® Cobnut brown leather trim and wood-rimmed steering wheel complement the vintage of this station wagon, further reflecting its fine lineage.



  • Coniston Green body with Java Black wheel arches
  • Satin Black KBX® grille & wing-top vents
  • Satin Black chequer plate
  • A-bar with twin HELLA® LED spotlights
  • Front bumper DRLs
  • WARN® Zeon 12-S winch
  • KAHN® Defend 1983 alloy wheels
  • BFGoodrich® AT KO2 tyres
  • Raptor Black steering & front differential guard
  • Individual folding side steps
  • Front Runner® roof rack with rear ladder
  • Rear LED work lamp
  • NAS rear step



  • Cobnut Brown Ruskin Inside™ leather trim
  • Modular heated front seats
  • 2 Premium high-back centre row seats
  • Lockboxes in front & centre rows
  • Bench seats in load area
  • Matching leather door cards
  • Black suede headlining & side panels
  • Brushed alloy gear knobs & door furniture
  • Evander 15” wood-rimmed steering wheel
  • Ice White LED lighting package
  • Alpine® Premium sound system with Apple® CarPlay
  • Air conditioning
  • Sun Roof

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