Lot 165 - 1991 Range Rover CSK
|Odometer reading||127,888 miles|
|Result||Sold - £40,752|
The limited edition Range Rover CSK was launched in 1990 and was named after Charles Spencer King, the original Range Rover two-door designer. Production was limited to 200 vehicles of which the majority were built as manuals with only 49 cars being fitted with an automatic gearbox. The CSK featured a number of modifications to improve both performance and comfort including a re-chipped version of the 3.9 litre V8 engine which produced 185bhp. The increased performance was complemented by improved handling with front and rear anti roll bars, sports dampers and the introduction of anti-lock brakes. Standard equipment included six speaker stereo system, air conditioning, tilt and slide sunroof, electric windows and power door mirrors.
The Range Rover CSK offered here is one of only 49 automatic cars produced and bears number 190 of 200. Registered in 1991, this very original CSK is finished in Beluga Black with beige, diamond stitch full leather interior and has covered 127,888 miles. Having been supplied new by County Motors, Lincoln it boasts a mixture of main dealer service stamps in its original service booklet and numerous invoices latterly. The car has undergone a documented restoration including a respray, full engine rebuild, mechanical overhaul and new interior trim by London specialist Graeme Hunt between 2013-2014. It is offered for sale with a current V5 registration document and a history file containing numerous invoices, a photographic record of the restoration, the original owner’s manual and service record book.
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