Range Rovers, almost as far as the eye can see.
There’s a smart new car park full of them, with more in covered storage – and yet more off site (the current count is about 400).
At the helm is an arch enthusiast born less than a mile from Lode Lane, where they were built.
Damon Oorloff bought his first when he was just 19, having seen them come out of the factory gates in a range of captivating colours – Masai Red, Bahama Gold, Sahara Dust, Tuscan Blue – and hasn’t been without one for 35 years, during which it’s been a constant quest to preserve and improve them.
There are no P38s or L322s here: all, apart from a smattering of Series Landies and Defenders, are the original classic as devised by Spen King.
Which is appropriate, because of the 200-off CSK versions built to celebrate their creator, seven are on site: “And we own five of them.”
There’s even a Rover P5B, one of a steady trickle being upgunned with a 5-litre stroker engine and four-speed auto: “I just like them.”