Orvis and Barbour have teamed up, and one lucky winner will take home this completely custom Land Rover Defender 90.
An icon of the road, the Land Rover Defender 90 has been turning heads since 1984. Capable, dependable, and good-looking, it’s hard not to fall just a little bit in love with the 90 series.
The D90 is traveling the country, making stops at Orvis stories through the end of March.
Not only is it a chance to see the Land Rover in real life, but you could also bring home a new furry friend.
New this year, Orvis has partnered with the Petfinder Foundation to bring adorable, adoptable pups to every meetup location. Because everyone needs a good co-pilot. And really, is there anything better than a weekend filled with pooches and trucks?
ECD Auto Custom Defender
Speaking of which, this is no ordinary truck. This 1995 Defender 90 was completely overhauled by the talented team at East Coast Defender, and it shows.
The 3.9L V8 engine rumbles to life, and you know this 4WD beast is capable of handling some serious off-road adventures. If you can stand to dirty up the Shetland Beige paint job, that is.
And if you thought that was pretty, wait until you see the interior. The baby-soft black leather interior features Barbour trim throughout. But don’t let the classic looks fool you: There are plenty of modern upgrades. The audio system is top-notch and, thanks to the Wireless Apple Carplay system, you can easily navigate or pump the tunes straight from your phone.
In keeping in line with the dog-friendly focus, the rear load area is complete with rubber mats for quick cleaning. And a grate separates the rear from the driver seat, keeping excited fur babies (or rowdy friends) contained. You really can load up the pups and hit the road.
The Rovers will be touring across the eastern and southern regions of the U.S. From New York to Texas, now is your chance to pet a pup and get a look at the D90. And if you don’t live near a tour stop, no worries. You can enter to win online, too. The Adopt-a-Rover Sweepstakes is open until March 31, 2019.