The latest gem to roll off Arkonik’s production line is a handsome off-roader fuelled by a powerful, long-lasting 200 turbodiesel engine. Based on a 1991 D110 Land Rover Defender, the ‘Camelot’ has been respectfully restored in classic Eastnor Green and Chawton White.

Ready for remote adventures, the noble station wagon features a host of extras including a Satin Black KBX grille and wing-top vents, WARN Zeon 12-S winch with bumper, Defender A-frame nudge bar with LED spotlights, Fire & Ice side steps, a Front Runner roof rack and rear ladder, NAS rear step, and steel wheels wrapped in BFGoodrich AT tires.

Inside the hand-assembled Land Rover, you’ll find Beechwood leather seating trim, Elite front row heated seats, 3x premium high back center row seats, 4x tip-up seats in the load area, suede headlining and side panels, premium leather stitched gear gaiter with alloy gearknobs, and a Pioneer sound system with Apple CarPlay.

The truck has been sold ($145,000) and shipped to its new owner in Illinois USA, but if you want something similar, the folks at England’s Arkonik will be more than happy to build one tailored to your own taste.

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