As a swan song for the two-door version and a tribute to Spen King, a limited-edition special, badged CSK, was launched late in 1990. Buyers snapped up the 200 units and most went to UK owners. Four went to South Africa, three to Australia, and New Zealand received 12, retailing at just under $100,000. Australia produced 400 of the CSK models, but they were based on the four-door Vogue.
The significance of the UK-built CSK, apart from its rarity value, is that it was the first Range Rover to embody suspension changes that made this unique SUV a much better highway proposition — changes later adapted to other Range Rover models.
yeah it got lots of admiring looks and I was surrounded
by a group of Dutch land rovers who had just been to the
Solihull off road facility and were headed back to Holland
via the tunnel at Folkstone . They had heard about the mythical
CSK but never seen one ! Great bunch of guys . Also played tag with
a D90 in Belgium driven by a young lady who was most intrigued
by the CSK.
Meanwhile I sole this off FB page showing 3 riot RR's in yorkshire
at a coal miners strike circa 1984 ! Classic pic. G