By now, you’re well aware of the fact that East Coast Defender produces some of the best custom Land Rovers on the market. As part of an all-in-good-fun grudge match, they decided to have two powerful trucks simultaneously designed on opposite coasts before being built side by side in their Rover Dome in Florida. While California’s Project Elysium is great, we’re voting for Florida’s East Coast Defender Project Millennium Falcon because it’s a faster, more technologically advanced ride. What started as a Defender 90 was decked out with a Kahn Wide Boy kit, Masai panoramic windows, LED lighting, Kenwood infotainment, Momo steering wheel, suede dash, diamond stitched interior and even an Amazon Echo with WiFi for all your Alexa needs on the road. Most importantly, it’s running a 6.2-liter, 430-hp Chevy LS3 engine with a 4-speed automatic transmission and a full safety devices roll cage, so it’s more than capable of tackling anything you put in front of it.