Restorers of Range Rover Classic’s

All of us at Kingsley share this common love for Range Rovers and Land Rovers having grown up with them around us. We have been restoring reborn Range Rovers for more than 20 years to clients locally, nationally and internationally with clients throughout Europe, Asia, Africa, UAE, North and South America.

We are 22 specialists working from a dedicated Range Rover and Land Rover workshop with 7 ramps, a welding/​fabrication shop, paint/​bodyshop, large parts dept and trim shop on the A40 Eynsham, in-between Oxford and Witney in Oxfordshire.

RRC Restoration

We offer a full spectrum of services for your Range Rover Classic from servicing and engine tuning right through to bespoke KR RestoMod’ and or KC Reborn’ original restorations

We offer the ability to do as much or as little restoration works as you want but the majority of our restorations have the body fully removed from the chassis once the body-shell structure has been welded and is structurally sound.

RRC Upgrades

With the resurgence of interest in Range Rover Classics leading to the subsequent increase in value has led to most restored RRC’s being enjoyed primarily on road. With this in mind, we have developed and refined a number of upgrade options including:

  • Fast Road Suspension Systems
  • High-Efficiency Fuel Injection
  • 6 Pot / 4 Pot Fast Road Braking System
  • Leather/​Palamino/​Herringbone Nylon Interiors
  • Tubeless 7J Rostyle Wheels 
  • Stainless Steel Manifold & Exhaust System 

RRC Sales

Range Rover Classics are wonderful, practical vehicles that are generally very reliable if cared for, the challenge, however, is hidden corrosion which can be difficult to detect and horrifically expensive to repair.

All of the restored cars we offer for sale are rust free, other sales cars were purchased because of the minimal corrosion they have, their rarity or the significance of the vehicle.

RRC Parts

We supply and fit both custom and genuine replacement parts for classic Range Rovers inc:

  • Reconditioned Carburettors
  • Remanufactured Boge Hydromat Self Leveling Units
  • Remanufactured Seat ECU’s
  • Remanufactured 2 Door Front and Rear Outer Wings
  • Remanufactured 2 Door Front and Rear Inner Wings
  • Remanufactured 2 Door Verticle Grill
  • Remanufactured Interior Wood
  • Lots of remanufactured smaller restoration parts 

In The Press

It is indeed a very, very impressive build, and the finish, is nothing short of faultless. It really is like a brand-new Classic. As you would expect, it drives beautifully. Tight, responsive, and thanks to the engine and suspension it goes like nothing short of an Overfinch.

Land Rover Monthly

The beauty of this RestoMod” is that it still has modern features like air conditioning, electric heated seats and a USB port for your iPhone. We drive a lot of rare and exotic cars here at GQ, but we’ve never encountered such a positive reaction from the public.

GQ Magazine

A quick drive in a finished machine reminded me of the joys of the Mk1 Range Rover: fantastic driving position and visibility; a magnificent roar from the V8; old-fashioned, simple controls; and a great feeling of being in a piece of British motoring history. The fact that is corners and stops infinitely better than my old Mk1 is a bonus.

The Field

They’ve taken the best bits of a great car, and given them a subtle, knowledgeable twist to make it go as well as it looks.

Land Rover Monthly

Kingsley Cars is a respected specialist in Range Rover Classics with a reputation for body-off restorations involving comprehensive weld repairs. Kingsley’s 15 employees also provide a complete garage service for all Land Rovers, including bespoke conversions.

Land Rover Monthly

It’s the Classic which is truly mind-blowing though and the attention to detail which has gone into its restoration explains why its price tag is a whisker shy of £30,000. In reality this 71,000-mile Vogue SE is in better condition in some ways than when it left the factory back in 1994 and Kingsley has developed a system of painting the Range Rovers while partially dismantled similar to the way they were done in Solihull.

Classic Car Mart