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Looking to create an unforgettable impression, two friends reached out to ECD Automotive Design for a pair of identical Land Rover Defender 90 soft-top SUVs. On the outside, both cars appear indistinguishable from each other; however, look closer and you’ll find that they are unique in their own way. Project 67 and Project Flamingo boast their styles while still keeping up with their connection as sister vehicles.

The Keswick green-hued Land Rovers with contrasting black canvas roofs are turning heads! To complete their one-of-a-kind look, these resto-mods feature 16” deep dish black wheels covered in BFGoodrich all-terrain tires, four LED spotlights, and a matching lug nut finish. All of this is anchored by the signature black roll cages synonymous with the beloved offroad brand.

To conclude the similarities, they are both equipped with General Motors’ LS3 V8 engine and 6-speed automatic transmission. Additionally, their ECD air suspension and EBC brakes provide a smooth ride while Borla dual exhausts add extra power to the equation. Together these components result in an impressive performance from either of these capable SUVs.

Project 67 boasted a Momo Prototipo steering wheel and custom-wrapped luxurious Cadence Moon Rock leather seats. It also included two inward-facing benches for ample seating; 110 volts outlet to keep your devices powered up during road trips; a wireless charger, and rear air conditioning for added comfort.

Project Flamingo is a unique classic car due to its Cadence Lentil leather interior, Nardi Challenge steering wheel wrapped in the same material, and single seat that takes up the backspace rather than two inward-facing bench seats. It stands out from similar models with these features.

These two SUVs perfectly display the expansive array of choices customers can make to construct their ideal, unique truck,” Scott Wallace, co-founder of ECD remarked. What’s even more incredible is that no two Defenders constructed by ECD are ever alike – making these Land Rovers a meaningful symbol for each customer’s individual bond with them.

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