Still wearing its original CSK badge, H631 KAV is in very tidy condition, but if you’re a strict purist you’ll want to return the interior to standard. It’s been re-trimmed less than 3000 miles ago with Tan quilted leather, as part of a £5000 catalogue of refurbishments that included an engine rebuild.
What’s so great about a CSK? These 200 two-door Range Rover Classics were built to celebrate the vehicle’s 20th anniversary in 1990, CSK being the initials of the man behind the original vehicle, Charles Spencer King. The 3.9-litre EFi V8 engines were remapped to give 185bhp, and the coil suspension was fitted with anti-roll bars for the first time. Beluga Black paintwork, chrome bumpers and CSK lettering ensured they looked every bit as good as they were to drive.
Number 190 out of the 200 CSK Range Rovers, H631 KAV will be auctioned by Silverstone Auctions at Race Retro on Sunday 27 February. Details can be found at the Silverstone Auctions website.
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