The latest mud-hungry truck from our friends at East Coast Defender is Project Tuki, a fully-customized Defender 110 that celebrates the iconic off-roader’s original heritage style.

Painted in a classic Keswick Green color and sporting Land Rover’s heritage style grille up front, the vehicle is powered by a 175-hp rebuilt Rover V-8 engine matched to a five-speed ZF automatic transmission. Upgraded from the chassis to the gauges, this timeless beauty’s specs include seating up to nine, charcoal leather Puma seats, Nardi wooden steering wheel, full checker set in metal, KBX Wing top, a roof rack with ladder and rear work light, white steel Wheels wrapped in BF Goodrich rubber, and a top-shelf Kenwood infotainment system.

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