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The Difference is in the Details

Attention to the details when modifying a Defender is the difference between a vehicle that is bound for legendary status and one that’s going to blend into the parking lot. We believe that the tiny details make a monumental difference. It’s the reason why we only agree to work on 1 out of 10 of the Defenders we come across.…

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Why are our Defenders so valuable?

There are many answers to this question. The obvious being custom Defenders are for those who love exploring rugged terrain and finding new places. Another reason would be that the vehicles off-road 4×4 skills. While these may be true, here’s why our Classic Overland Defenders are of infinite worth… New versus old: Just not the same… Over the years, custom…

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Classic Overland’s African Trek

Stebin recently arrived home after his expedition to South Africa, the home base of Classic Overland. He was accompanied by his childhood friend, Shannon and of course, there was business to be done. However, no African trip is complete without some soul-nourishing exploring. Bespoke Defenders Georgia First stop: The workshop in Johannesburg. Here, Stebin checked on the progress of some…

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Customizing your Defender to your Needs

Maybe you are built for the city life or for the outdoors, maybe you’re a combination of the two. Either way, Classic Overland does not believe in limiting yourself. We go out of our way to make the inaccessible, accessible. We’re here to help you customize your Overlanding experiences by giving you the platform to buy, restore, upgrade or modify your own Defender to suit your needs. off-road expedition vehicles

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Classic Overland creator Stebin and his wife Roos

Take the Plunge, Take the Wheel

Before I arrived on my first trip, I was told by a South African that the one thing I’ll notice about Africa is this incredible energy that surrounds you. I totally laughed them off because I’m not one of those people who believe in that sort of thing. I’ll be the first to admit I was wrong. I’m not sure if it’s the way the sun hits you, but you can feel the energy of the continent. That’s what made me fall in love with it.

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