Available Defenders

Project Bronson: 1989 Defender Military Prototype with .50 Cal Rifle

This one-off Defender was originally built by a military contractor to showcase their heavy weapons system but was decommissioned and left dormant in a warehouse. The Method crew have worked hard to return Project Bronson to active duty status. Bronson features a 300tdi turbo diesel with Allisport intercooler and XL radiator, a custom aluminum 55 gallon auxiliary diesel tank, Asfir front skid plate, belly pan, front bumper, long travel suspension with Bilstein remote reservoir 7100 series shocks, and Hutchinson beadlock wheels shod in BFG KM2 tires.

To give bite to the bark, Method sourced a new old stock military turret and new Browning M2HB 50 caliber belt fed weapon. Bronson is street legal.... and never gets cut off in traffic. Check out Bronson in Recoil Magazine: http://www.recoilweb.com/defenders-of-the-faith-142484.html

1993 NAS Defender 110, #246/500: LS3 Powered Restomod

This exhaustive restoration represents our most meticulously built Defender to date with over 900 hours logged in the process. Our mission was to infuse modern drivability while retaining the nostalgia and off-pavement prowess that established the Defender as an automotive icon. The engine bay packs a potent 430HP 6.2L LS3 crate engine mated to a 6-speed automatic with tap-shift. The body sits atop a galvanized and powder coated chassis replete with powder coated suspension components and zinc-plated hardware. The interior has been updated to include a modern Puma dash, 7 passenger leather seating, and Method SV exclusive center console and door panels.