First released in September 1958 and badged as the `3-litre` the P5 was powered by a 2,995 cubic centimetres engine. This straight-6 IOE engine used an overhead intake valve and side exhaust valve, an unusual arrangement inherited from the Rover P4. In this form the claimed output was 115bhp. The Mark III P5 was presented at the London Motor Show in October 1965, described at the time as `even mor
To be offered by Classic Car Auctions at CCA September 2018 Classic Car Sale, The Fosse, Fosse Way, Nr Leamington Spa on 15th September 2018 starting at 11am. Guide price: 10000 - 12000. GOLD ERA Tag states it`s no 1172
reluctantly mini cooper 1.3tpi. Beautiful condition for age and only 52,000 miles. Recently had expensive overhaul at widely renowned John Stokes Workshop limmited (JWSL). See details in photo. Beautiful example of a real classic. great head turner in town and even better fun to drive. unfortunately selling due to financial situation and more sensible/boring car required. view
Purchased 2 years ago and has been a bit of a rolling restoration. Selling now due to redundancy. History, the car was first registered to Rover Company Cars in Coventry, it then was bought by its second owner who loved and cherished it from Sep 1993 until 2016 when I purchased. The car has only covered small distances each year which can be seen looking at its online MOT history. Mile
Rover P5B, 1972 in silver birch (dove grey) auto, 88k, loads of previous and recent work including, reconditioned gearbox a few hundred miles back costing £1500, new brake calipers and pads, brand new tyres all-round, Renewed carpets, reconditioned fuel pump. The bodywork was resprayed in full and any required welding was completed in an overhaul some 4/5 years ago including sills so body
The iconic early P4 nicknamed Cyclops because of the centre light, a fine example with very good green paintwork and lovely leather interior, started life in Nigeria, returning to UK in 1960, running well with sweet engine and good brakes, front and rear inertia seatbelts. Comes with Heritage Certificate, workshop manual, spare keys and some history. Reduced to £7,950.
Grey with red leather, manual with overdrive. Supplied by Botwoods of Ipswich in 1963. Service history with original service book indicating the 34k recorded miles as being correct. Sympathetically restored after long term storage including new stainless steel exhaust system