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Holland & Holland Range Rover by Overfinch comes stocked with booze, gun cabinets

When a man’s drinking hard liquor in his car, he likes to have a shotgun handy just in case he gets the urge to hunt something. Range Rover understands, and teamed with gun maker Holland & Holland to produce a custom booze infused gun mobile for the upper class gentleman. 

The Rangie comes with a blown 503hp gasoline V8 or the diesel TDV8. Cutting to the point, it comes equipped with an integrated gun cabinet to compliment Holland guns, a console/fridge and a liquor cabinet packed full of fine champagne, single malt whiskey, small-batch gin and luxury vodka. Making the $175,000 price tag more bearable, the spirits are “self-replenishing.” From the press release: 

“During the first year regular refills will be dispatched to the owners of the car to make sure that its passengers don't go thirsty.” (1)

How do they get away with this? In addition to the alcohol and gun cabinet, the package goes so far as to throw in Holland & Holland crystal tumblers and champagne flutes, as if there wasn’t enough incentive to drink and fire off guns in and around the vehicle already. Still, it would be safest to let the press release speak for itself on the matter: 

“The Holland & Holland Range Rover was conceived with a single intention: to create the ultimate all purpose, all season, luxury supercar for the discerning few.”(1)

Well then. Only 100 Holland & Holland Range Rovers will be built, here’s hoping the good folks who buy them stay as classy as their ride. 



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