It’s time to make it move, and all is well as I steer the Range Rover out of the workshop under its own power. A great result – and it stopped nicely, too. The engine was left idling long enough to create heat circulation before switching off to confirm the hoses and radiator were warm with good coolant flow. THE RANGE Rover drove into my workshop months ago, and it now starts and drives out and stops perfectly. That’s pleasing and satisfying. For now, we must leave the Range Rover project here until decisions on body colour and a special interior are confirmed, and a slot becomes available in the paint and trim shops. But when the painted and trimmed bodywork is being dealt with, we will be back to show these final stages and the finished Classic Range Rover. In the meantime, more ‘How to’ features on Classic Range Rovers will be starting in our September issue.