Overfinch In Administration


Range Rover tuner Overfinch has gone bust.

Overfinch Bespoke Vehicles Limited, which has been building go-faster Rangies since 1975, has been placed into administration due to cash flow problems.

According to administrators Wilson Field, "significant one-off non-trading costs," have hit the company in tha past 18 months, which have "severely affected cash flow."

But Overfinch, which makes the super-luxurious Holland & Holland version of the Range Rover as well as providing a range of performance and other tweaks of less dubious taste, isn't dead just yet.


It's continuing to trade while the receivers look for a new owner for it - and the administrators seem confident they can find one.

"Given Overfinch's position as a world leader in its field and with its valuable intellectual property rights, we are confident that the business will be sold within the next few weeks, securing the future of its 20 staff." Roger Hutton, legal adviser to the administrators, told business-sale.com.

Overfinch, which is based in Farnham, Surrey, currently distributes its products to 15 countries, including markets in North America, Africa and Asia.

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  • R66STU 17 Nov 2010

    Such a shame, I hope we don't see another British company be taken down by the credit crunch.

    On the other hand why are overfinch accessories an option in range rover dealerships.. im sure they could work a deal with dealers.


  • k-ink 17 Nov 2010

    Maybe the country is finally developing some taste?

  • The Crack Fox 17 Nov 2010

    A shame, didn't they shift their market focus from the 'tally-ho shotgun what-ho Tabitha' crowd to the footballers ? Some of their later stuff was a bit 'Preston North End' as I recall...

  • Mrlol 17 Nov 2010

    This is down to "significant one-off non-trading costs"

    They will find a buyer to inject some cash no problem i reckon.

  • Twincam16 17 Nov 2010

    The Crack Fox said:
    A shame, didn't they shift their market focus from the 'tally-ho shotgun what-ho Tabitha' crowd to the footballers ? Some of their later stuff was a bit 'Preston North End' as I recall...
    So true. I used to see them as a kind of automotive Barbour jacket. Before long they became a kind of Home-Counties/Cheshire version of Mansory.

    Conspicuous tastelessness was 'so noughties'. I'm not surprised they're finished.

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