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Website: www.hollandandhollandoverfinch.com

Overfinch will be releasing a Holland and Holland edition of the 2010 RR at the end of this summer. It will have a custom interior, and trunk set up, as well as full overfinch kit, painted panels and wheels. Very nice in my opinion. Certainly not for everyone and certainly not for offroading, but I like it. :thumb:

The Overfinch kit looks like the current Vogue GT (Aero Kit III) available on the current RR's.

The link includes the brochure, a video and place to get more information.
 

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I quite like some of Overfinch's engineering products but their 'styling' offerings are very much an aquired taste. Nailing on some truely dreadful bumpers and ghetto wheels really detracts from what their original mindset used to be.
 

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I quite like some of Overfinch's engineering products but their 'styling' offerings are very much an aquired taste. Nailing on some truely dreadful bumpers and ghetto wheels really detracts from what their original mindset used to be.
I agree. It can be a be gaudy at times.
 

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And I always thought I wanted full wood trim, but I think I'd have to see it in person, the video & pics remind me of the stick-on stuff. And I know it's real quality wood trim from Overfinch, but it does seem to be just too much for my tastes. I guess the Land Rover designers knew what they were doing when they gave us all that silver plastic.
 

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And I always thought I wanted full wood trim, but I think I'd have to see it in person, the video & pics remind me of the stick-on stuff. And I know it's real quality wood trim from Overfinch, but it does seem to be just too much for my tastes. I guess the Land Rover designers knew what they were doing when they gave us all that silver plastic.
I agree. There is a lot of wood, but I am not sure it is properly pulled off like say, in a Rolls. I of course leave judgement to in person views, but it looks overwhelming.
 
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