Category: News

Diesel Car Magazine Shoot

The CVC Register was invited to a photoshoot with renowned photographer Richard Dredge set to feature in the November 2017 issue of Diesel Car Magazine. The shoot was arranged to take place at the Fleur de Lys just outside of Solihull. A good selection of group vehicles made it to the mid morning start, with…

Early Production Freelander 1 Saved

This is a very early production vehicle being one of the Very first 500 off the production line in late 1996. It was previously owned and used by Land Rover for almost three years before being sold into the public domain. The car was found on ebay advertised as spares or repair. Registration: R898 BDU…

Freelander Production Car #4 Saved

R608BDU is the fourth production Freelander, the first production car being chassis 600477 which can be found in the British Motor Museum at Gaydon. R608BDU rolled off the production line on the 5th November 1997 and went straight into the ownership of Land Rover company vehicles, being PDI’ed and road registered on the 6th November.…

LR1 – The Evolution of the Range Rover

LR1 is the prestigious personalised private registration plate that is owned by Land Rover. It was acquired in the early 90s and has always been assigned to their flagship vehicle – the Range Rover. Throughout the decades all the vehicles known as LR1 are of the highest specification possible. They have been used as press…

Next stop Portugal for G457 WAC

G457WAC is flying high again after 18 months restoration work in the back garden of Julian Lamb’s Solihull home. With only a 4 feet-wide side access the house it helped to have a friend with a big crane. She is off to Portugal for the final stage of work with a well-known classic car restorer.…

A Fantastic Pre Production Freelander

The R-BAC gang grows yet again as another pre production Land Rover Freelander 1 is added to the Former Land Rover Company Vehicles Collection. R608 BAC, never missed a beat heading 500 miles north from Cardiff, all thanks to the previous owner Liam who looked after it so well.