Overfinch has been restoring Land Rovers for over 45 years, but the Heritage Field Edition is — according to them — their nest work to date. Beginning with a 1993 Range Rover, Overfinch replaced the original Rover V8 for a 6.2-liter LS3 unit, making over twice the power of the original at 430. To handle the increased power, the driveline has been strengthened, with stronger front and rear differentials and a six-speed automatic transmission. Outside, it's pure classic Range Rover in deep emerald green. Inside is Overfinch's signature leather interior and knurled walnut veneer, giving it the classic British cigars-and-brandy atmosphere. Open the hatch and you'll find a custom walnut cellarette with James Purdey & Sons sporting shotguns and space for cigars and hunting day liquor.