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Somewhere between Batmobile, luxury limousine and all-terrain vehicle is the best way to describe the East Coast Defender Project XIII build that was created for the Plank family of Under Armour fame. What started as a rare 1993 North American Spec Defender 110 evolved over a number of months thanks to hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of upgrades into the vehicle you see before you. The original power train was ditched in favor of a 6.2L V-8 from a Corvette Stingray that’s rated at 430hp and mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission. Inside, you’ll find a console-mounted Powertrain Control Solutions push-button system with LCD gear-selection, Momo sport style steering wheel, 15-speaker sound system and enough seating for up to 9 people because of the rear jump seats. Whether you’re planning a covert excursion or a night on the town, this is what you want to be driving.

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