Rover 3500 P6 1974 - Photo (4x6in) in a Charcoal coloured frame- Free UK Delivery
A gift for the Rover fanatic in your life
PICTURE FRAME - Overall size 120 x 170mm Image area 92 x 142mm Charcoal or Silver Coloured with a Glass front. There is a Strut on rear so that it can sit on the window sill or desk.
PHOTOGRAPH - I photographed this car in August 2019 at a Classic Car event in Slinfold, West Sussex.
HISTORY - The Rover P6 series was manufactured between 1963 - 1977 through the business evolvement from Rover to Leyland Motors to British Leyland. The series one was from 1963 to 1973 and had the 2000cc engine and was replaced by the second series with a 2200cc and a facelift. The 3500 was manufactured from 1968 to 1977 with the 3500cc V8 Buick engine that went onto power the Range Rover, MGB GTV8 and a favourite to replace the ill designed Triumph Stag's engine. It had an impressive 0-60mph time of 9.5sec, top speed of 116mph and was only beaten at the time by the Jaguar 340 for a comparative car.
John Witherden t/a Witherden's workshop
Laura House, Jengers Mead, Billingshurst, West Sussex RH14 9NZ