SEMA is upon us and with it comes a lot of amazing builds from custom car and truck builders from all over the world.
Among the companies presenting this year at SEMA are our friends over at East Coast Defender who created a customized Land Rover Defender 110 which will be featured at the Warn Industries booth.
Dubbed “Project Beast”, this hand-crafted, custom re-built Land Rover Defender 110 features a 430-horsepower Chevrolet LS3 engine with custom features and appointments throughout.
Here’s some more information from their official press release:
Project Beast is an elite off-road SUV, hand-built by East Coast Defender at the company’s headquarters
and manufacturing facility, the Rover Dome in Kissimmee, Fla. It features a Kahn wide-body kit that has
been seamlessly integrated into the Defender to reach a new level of aesthetic brilliance. Under the hood
is a powerful and agile LS3 engine that delivers incredible performance. The hand-built SUV, which was
completed in 2016, started life as a 1985 Land Rover Defender and features custom appointments
throughout, including a Warn winch.
We particularly like how the entire build is blacked out and stealthy – and we’re big fans of the hand crafted quilted custom seats.
For more information on all of East Coast Defenders’ products and services you can check out their official website at http://eastcoastdefender.com.