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1993 NAS Defender 110 Station Wagon #132/500 Rebuild
From this: (NAS 110 #132 shown during tear down process)
To this: (NAS 110 #132 after ECR restoration)
How would you like to step back in time to the Fall of 1992 and be able to buy a new 1993 NAS Defender 110 Wagon? That might not be possible, but we have something even better! Here is the story of how this 110 (shown above) came to be.
Over and over we heard our customers ask,"I would like a Defender 110 with no apologies" (meaning no flaws, no issues, no rust, no corrosion), but as all 1993 NAS Defender 110s are all getting on in years (all built in mid to late 1992) that is hardly possible today. They all have flaws, or corrosion, or rust, or poor paint work, so it isn't possible to get a "no apologies" NAS Defender 110... or is it?
ECR can build you a "No Apologies Defender 110" and make it better, not just a repeat of the original. Our specifications out do the stock NAS 110. Items like the air condition systems are better. The stock system was basically a joke, so we have updated it to the better, newer system. The rear drum brakes have also gone in favor of new 4 wheel power disc brakes, the new style hinges are used and so on and so on.
At this stage the 110 is complete, but the new owners want some upgrades.
So we will now modify the Defender 110 to better suite their needs. Go here for details of the upgrades.
Here are some photos of this amazing 110 #132/500:
Rear view, other side.
Updated rear door and rear door panel.
Updated Air Conditioning and center radio mount.
All new wring and gauges and seating.
All new headliners and an added second interior light for more light in the cargo area and the factory self-dimming rear view mirror.
These 2 images are ones we took so you can compare the typical 110 that arrives at ECR with this 110. As you can see there is no rust, no corrosion anywhere.
Sills are rust free as are the doors. Compare these images with other NAS 110 we have worked on in the Defender 110 work section.
The ECR restoration of NAS 110 #132 is already sold. It now resides in Montana with Matt and Heather.
If you are looking for a "no apologies" Defender 110 of your own, there is only one way to get one... contact ECR to purchase the next available ECR restored NAS 110.