A unique partnership between John Rigby and Co., Kingsmen Editions and Traditional English Guncases (TEG), has resulted in a one-of-a-kind Land Rover Defender specially customised with Rigby features and bespoke details.
Brought together by their shared passion for quality, adventure and classic British design, these three brands have created a vehicle that is both beautiful and functional. Over six months, independent vehicle modifier Kingsmen Editions transformed a classic Defender 130 into every fieldsports enthusiast’s dream 4×4. Finished in Keswick Green, the Rigby Land Rover is kitted out with a bespoke twin drawer system; one for Rigby guns and the other for hospitality where bottles of bubbly and glasses can be stored. The vehicle also boasts a 270° pull-out awning, ideal for setting up an alfresco lunch wherever you are.
The bespoke Rigby interior is a mixture of canvas and leather with TEG having crafted the inlays for the gun cases and used those same high quality materials to fabricate the luxurious interiors including the seats and dashboard, adding an extra layer of elegant continuity and style.
Other special features include access to 25 litres of pressurized water which can be used for washing boots or a mucky pooch, a safari spotting seat big enough for two, a bespoke fit rifle rack and an exterior roll cage with a front light bar and twin rear spot lights.
For those interested in commissioning their own bespoke Rigby Land Rover, Kingsmen Editions offer full customization options according to budget and specifications meaning each vehicle is truly unique to each customer.
Visitors to The Game Fair, taking place from 23-25 July at Ragley Hall in Warwickshire, will have the chance to see the Rigby Land Rover in person by visiting the Rigby stand.