The East Coast Defender “Project Pedigree” Land Rover should keep purists happy. The custom two-tone job is the Florida-based company’s latest project, which pays tribute to the original Defender aesthetic via a traditional white roof on a Bronze Green body. Even the stance was kept stock, with the factory ride height maintained on new factory steel wheels inside performance BFGoodrich Radial All-Terrain KO2 tires. Under the hood, the 3.9L V-8 was replaced with a modern GM powerplant — namely, a 6.2L Corvette Stingray LS3 V-8, which boosts the output to 430 horsepower. If you’re interested, ECD is currently taking reservations for 2017 builds.