Overfinch Holland & Holland Edition Range Rover: Where Do You Put the Guns?

Robert Farago
by Robert Farago
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I drove an Overfinch Range Rover once. Scared the NSFW out of me. I also shot skeet with a Holland & Holland Royal Over-and-Under. Now that was easy. From the press release:

Based on either the 5.0 litre 503 bhp Supercharged or TDV8 versions of the new 2010 MY car, the Holland & Holland Overfinch features a raft of enhancements that make it unmistakably something very special.

Daryl Greatrex, Managing Director of Holland & Holland, said, “Holland & Holland is globally synonymous with both luxury and supreme functionality. To look at, to handle and shoot with a Holland & Holland is to appreciate 174 years of using the best craftsmanship and technology to make things work supremely well and look even better. It’s ten years since we had a Holland & Holland Range Rover and we decided that working with Overfinch was the only way to do it this time.”

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  • Psarhjinian Psarhjinian on Jul 24, 2009
    as if range rovers can’t get any more snooty, blueblood and high end I don't know if the ones I typically see, equipped as they are with twenty-two inch chrome spinners and tires about as thick as an elastic band are what I'd call "blueblood". I think actual bluebloods are probably Land Cruiser/LX570 types. You don't stay rich buying breakdown queens.

  • Nick Nick on Jul 24, 2009

    I can see using an H&H side by side rifle (my dad had one chambered in 450/400 3") to fire Super Solids at this and the Audi Q7 reviewed elsewhere. (Not with people inside obviously.) psarhjinian, agreed, I think 'the guns' referred to previously will likely not be British Best shotguns, but are more likely to be stolen 9mm Glocks.

  • RedStapler RedStapler on Jul 24, 2009

    They are onto something here. We will need to adapt this to those in the US market who use guns and cars. We can have the Oldsmobile Cutlass Tec DC-9 edition. Or how about the Escalade Baby Eagle or H2 G19C? Or how about the Prius MP5SD2 for the player who wants to keep his DB quiet?

  • Dave Parizek Jr Dave Parizek Jr on May 26, 2010

    The shotguns cost more than the base model car, Wow... you know you've made it when you can afford a new Overfinch! Got to be the penultimate vehicle: http://www.landrovergeeks.com/upgrade/want-ultimate-check-out-holland-holland-range-rover-overfinch It's on my Christmas list!