And we're sure someone will but it.
The Land Rover Range Rover is a symbol of success, and the rich and famous can't seem to get enough of this premium luxury SUV, but there was a time when the Range Rover was a grassroots machine built for enjoying the countryside, not the curbside. This second-generation Range Rover was built in the early 90s, and can be considered one of the first truly luxurious SUVs, but by today's standards, it would be considered a tractor with four doors. That's where Overfinch steps in. This UK-based custom builder specializes in building some of the finest Land Rovers the world has ever seen, and the company knows how to make a Range Rover stand out from the crowd.
This 1993 Range Rover has been specifically designed for the country lover and is called the Field Edition. This SUV underwent a full nut and bolt restoration, and features numerous chassis, powertrain, and interior upgrades while maintaining its original Emerald Green exterior. This SUV now rides on 16-inch Overfinch alloy wheels with beefy suspension. It features upgraded front and rear differentials, a strengthened transfer box, and heavy-duty prop shafts. All of these upgrades have been done in order to accommodate the tuned 6.2-liter V8 engine under the hood. 424 horsepower and 428 lb-ft of torque is sent to all four wheels via a six-speed automatic transmission. Performance brakes bring things to a succinct stop.
The cabin of the Field Edition is spectacular, and features tan leather seats, a suede headliner, and hand-crafted burr walnut accents. The lambs wool carpets and knurled brightwork are classy touches. There's a load of modern tech too, including navigation, a high-end sound system, traction control and more. The Field Edition's real party trick is in the back: this SUV features a walnut wood gun box lined with leather and suede. You also get the classic fold down rear bench for sipping on brandy before the mass fox murder commences. Overfinch asks a mere $382,900 plus tax for this machine, making it nearly twice as expensive as a fully loaded 2022 Range Rover.