NICE OWNERSHIP HISTORY Brand Rover Type P4 110 Color Blue Interior Grey Year of build 1964 Price € 19.500,- 1964 ROVER P4 110 Absolute amazing binder with history and instruction manuals and stories Nice ownership history Fantastic car to drive Very reasonable priced in comparison to the amazing car the buyer will get The Rover Cycle Company was started in 1894 and by 1902 had progressed from pedal cycles to motor cycles. By 1906 the company was making cars and the name changed to The Rover Company Limited. The company struggled in the depression of the thirties but the re-establishment of the company started when Spencer Wilks and later his brother Maurice built up a reputation for quality cars with superb engineering up to the outbreak of the second world war. After the war all companies were struggling to update their model range but Rover, like many other car makers, re-launched their pre-war range of 10, 12, 14, 16 and 20 horsepower cars. These were developed into the 60 and 75 in 1948 and incorporated the engine destined later for the P4 featuring overhead inlet and side exhaust valves, otherwise the cars looked very similar to the pre-war models although there were a number
Stunning 1961 Rover 80 P4 Saloon Manual with Overdrive. Outstanding in factory black with red leather upholstery this is one of the best P4's we have had the pleasure of offering for sale. The Rover comes complete with its original buff log book showing that the car was first registered on 10th November 1961 in Leicester and supplied to Mr Lionel Truss from Ashby De La Zouch and still retains its original registration number. The current mileage some 56 years later is incredibly just 38,000 and this can be backed up by the history file containing MoT's and workshop invoices dating back to June 1962 and its first service at 965 miles. The current owner has himself owned this car for 23 years and no expense has been spared in the upkeep of this beautiful car. Driving just as well as it looks the engine is very strong and the gearbox smooth with operating overdrive, in fact on tick over the 2.3 engine is almost silent. The condition speaks for itself and this Rover is once again ready to be enjoyed by its new keepers. This is a rare opportunity to acquire what must be one of the nicest P4's available today and would grace any collection. You will not be disappointed with this wonderful classic and viewing is highly recommended. Remarkable in both condition and history, this is a vehicle that any enthusiast would be very proud to own. Please call us for any more information. Delivery can be arranged.