Reminiscent of the Camel Trophy Land Rovers, this modernized Series IIA by E.C.D. Automotive Design is presented in a beautiful Mercedes Desert Sand with a Santorini Black roof.

E.C.D. Automotive Design Land Rover Series IIA

This California Compliant Series IIA, codenamed Project Shilo, has a mix of modern and classic elements which makes it so alluring.

With the warm toned Garret Spice leather wrapped Corbeau Trailcat seats, the E.C.D. Automotive Design Land Rover Series IIA makes for the perfect daily driver or cross-country excursions.

Project Shilo is powered by a California Complaint GM LS3 engine mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission and rolls on a set of 18-inch 1983 Kahn wheels wrapped in BFGoodrich All Terrain tires.

E.C.D. Automotive Design Land Rover Series IIA

Other highlights include EBC Fast brakes, upgraded E.C.D. Air Ride suspension, black Front Runner roof rack with four LED spotlights, classic black Land Rover mesh grille, classic front bumper with a Warn winch, partially extended E.C.D. center console with A/C and two cup holes, metal door handles in satin black, Momo Indy Wood steering wheel, All American Nickel gauges, Alpine head unit paired to JL Audio sound system, wireless charging, a 110V outlet in the rear, and USB charging points dotted around the 8-seater vehicle – just to name a few.

E.C.D. Automotive Design Land Rover Series IIA

I don’t believe the this E.C.D. Automotive Design Land Rover Series IIA is for sale, but fret not because, the company has a bunch of Land Rovers ready for your taking or you can choose to build your custom vehicle too. For more information, be sure to check out E.C.D.’s website.

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All images courtesy of E.C.D. Automotive Design.

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