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Old August 12th, 2014, 10:57 AM
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Cocktail Cruise accessories...

Check this badness out. Any help in locating these?:



And the wheel arch "protectors":

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Old August 12th, 2014, 11:06 AM
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That's kinda swanky/rich for you isn't it...I always thought of you as the kind of guy that shaved with a hatchet...lol! Never have seen that in an RRC before, I'm sure they were more popular in the UK...
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Old August 12th, 2014, 11:15 AM
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Changin' up my stee-lo. Going plush, but mucky.
I only look like I shave with a hatchet.
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Old August 12th, 2014, 11:19 AM
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I believe those were a factory accessory back in the day. I think they called them picnic trays. I remember installing a set on a Range Rover at delivery for a customer. Try part numbers STC8147 & STC8149.
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Old August 12th, 2014, 11:22 AM
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The liquor cubby is pretty awesome.

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Figures...
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Old August 12th, 2014, 11:35 AM
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I've seen those before.. I think it was the vogue edition..?? The liquor chest is cooled by the ac duct also.. You could probably use the trays from a jaguar with the same option.. Just wouldn't have the cabinet..
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Old August 12th, 2014, 11:40 AM
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I believe those were a factory accessory back in the day. I think they called them picnic trays. I remember installing a set on a Range Rover at delivery for a customer. Try part numbers STC8147 & STC8149.
Sure Rob, but like exactly where would you suggest I try those part numbers? No stealership would have anything like that, and the usual vendors? Hah! they barely cover spark plugs and wires for Classics.

Guess I'd have to make that stuff myself one of these days...
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Old August 12th, 2014, 11:45 AM
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There is a RRC restorer guy in CT I believe he could have them or a lead...can't remember the name of the shop...
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Old August 12th, 2014, 11:49 AM
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Most likely unobtanium.
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Old August 12th, 2014, 11:50 AM
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The 4 pics in here show what they look like after some years of use. Scuffed up corners, etc. Just make one out of MDF and wrap it in something similar. I like the tumblers, personally.

http://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedi...inet-160931752

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Congratulations - you've found it!
Welcome to my listing for the HUGELY RARE and MASSIVELY DESIRABLE Cocktail Cabinet for a Range Rover Classic.
This particular one is out of a '93 LSE. The Cabinet comes complete with the rear a/c unit installed within the Cabinet to give additional cooling to rear seat passengers and to chill the stowage compartment.
The console itself is covered in saddle leather with an Italian Poplar veneer door.
This has been removed from the vehicle as carefully as possible, complete with the relevant multi-plugs, bracketry and even the hoses from the underside of the vehicle to be used as a pattern to allow you to have new ones made up. Please be aware, one of the unions on the a/c unit will need to be re-made as it sheared off when removed - I don't beleive this will be a huge drama though...
I have also removed the front gear selector panel as this was a bespoke addition and matches the cabinet.
As you will see from the photographs, the condition of all the components is generally good, although I have not tested the a/c unit so cannot verify whether it works or not.
Although I am sure they exist and have probably come up for auction in the past, I have NEVER seen one of these on eBay before and they are rarer than a rare thing on a rare day so go on don't just sit there, spoil yourself and your Rangie!
I am happy to ship this worldwide - however I expect the shipping costs to be significant for anywhere outside of the UK - obviously, they'll be at your own expense and preferably arrangement too?!
It goes without saying, you'd be most welcome to come along to view, so please email me and we can arrange this.
Finally, the item will only be released to the winning bidder once funds have cleared or cash on collection.
P.S. Please see my other listing for the matching picnic tables /writing trays...
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This is a black vs green oval debate if I have ever seen one. O2batsea, i never want to hear a "con'o'beans on the manifold" advocacy ever again from you!

for this search, I'd start straight in the UK. Maybe breaker yards.
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Old August 12th, 2014, 11:56 AM
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HOLY, HOLY CRAP! if that is affordable, just have a beskope setup made using bentley parts.
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I just read the description at that link Josh. Holy moly what a huge lot of stuff to stuff in that poor center console. Lord help you if you need to repair one of the yellow relays in there or get to the window control unit or adjust the handbrake cable. It would be an all day affair. On top of it all it would appear that there is only room for a flask and two small tumblers. Technology has overtaken this design with the small solid state coolers available. Let's kick the cocktail console into the dustbin of history where it belongs..
The trays are still pretty cool tho. The hardware is a bit of a challenge but looks like it can be made from brass stock and chrome plated.
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I just read the description at that link Josh. Holy moly what a huge lot of stuff to stuff in that poor center console. Lord help you if you need to repair one of the yellow relays in there or get to the window control unit or adjust the handbrake cable. It would be an all day affair. On top of it all it would appear that there is only room for a flask and two small tumblers. Technology has overtaken this design with the small solid state coolers available. Let's kick the cocktail console into the dustbin of history where it belongs..
The trays are still pretty cool tho. The hardware is a bit of a challenge but looks like it can be made from brass stock and chrome plated.
or go searching for airline surplus parts to retrofit. There's also plenty of old rolls royces out there to scavenge.
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this only vaguely applies but they made a tray for the D2 second row off the back of the front row. I bought two from dale.
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Looks like you're in luck!

958.05 STC8147 cabinet http://www.famousfour.co.uk/search?string=STC8147

418.96 STC8149 picnic table http://www.famousfour.co.uk/search?string=STC8149

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The replacement tray the previous owner of my Jag Super V8 bought was $1800. Just ONE tray. As a result, passengers are barred from using them lest they break.

Maybe you could make a used jag tray fit. Lots of older jags had them (look for vanden plas models).
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Old August 12th, 2014, 12:28 PM
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Here's the 1994 accessories catalog page showing the cooled center console, trays and some other swag:



And the Barbour-enhanced 90's babe with the Brook Shields (or is it Scorcese?) inspired brows on hold on the brick. See, even rich people have to listen to hold music even o an outing. Oh if that bonnet cowl could talk:

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this only vaguely applies but they made a tray for the D2 second row off the back of the front row. I bought two from dale.

See! He buys two of everything. You know there is a second silo out there, and I'm almost willing to bet Briggs has a twin brother out there also on Bill's silo list.
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someone find me the part number to those cocktail glasses.
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someone find me the part number to those cocktail glasses.

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