1968-1976 ROVER P6B 3500 specificationshttp://www.classicandperformancecar.comClassic and Performance CarClassic and Performance Car
Although the Rover 2000 was capable, in no way could it be described as quick. However with the insertion of the ex-Buick V8 it became Rover’s first Q-car, offering Jaguar matching pace and poise.
The P6B caught on rapidly, selling in huge numbers despite its loftier price tag than the four-cylinder models. Initially offered in automatic guise only, the more sporting 3500S with four-speed manual gearbox appeared in 1971 which redressed the balance. Take care when buying as clean body panels can hide many horrors beneath.