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Rover Mark 3 1966

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Rover Mark 3 1966

Beschrijving

Rover Mark 3 1966
Market value: € 22.000-25.000,-
Datum eerste toelating: 27-10-1966
Brandstof: Benzine
Registratie: Nederlandse papieren
Chassisnummer: 79800067SA
Cilinderinhoud: 8 cilinders, 3000 cc
Transmissie: Handgeschakeld
Afgelezen km. stand: 34460 Km
LHD
Kleur: Grijs
Rijdende conditie: Ja

Kavelnummer

56906-171

Startbod

€ 1.000,-

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Veilinginformatie

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Start veiling:
31-5-2021 om 17:00 uur
Sluiting:
16-6-2021 vanaf 20:00 uur
Kijkdagen:
5-6-2021 van 10:00 tot 16:00 uur
12-6-2021 van 10:00 tot 16:00 uur
15-6-2021 van 10:00 tot 16:00 uur

Documentatie

This car is still in very good condition and has always been well maintained by the previous owner. The seller is the second owner of the car. There is a folder with 50,000 guilders in bills with everything that has been done to the car. The car is still in the first paint. The 3 liter engine with 8 cylinders runs well. The car also looks good on the inside and is completely original. The red upholstery goes well with the gray color of the car.

The Rover P5 series is a group of large saloon and coupé automobiles that were produced by Rover from 1958 until 1973. The models were marketed under the names Rover 3 Liter, Rover 3.5 Liter and Rover 3½ Liter. The P5 was a larger car than the P4 which in some respects it replaced. 69,141 units were built. A major step ahead for Rover came with the P5 model of 1958, a large luxury saloon with a 3-liter version of Rover’s six-cylinder Inlet Over Exhaust (EOI) engine carried forward from the Rover P4 series. It was the first Rover car with unitary bodywork, styled by David Bache. This model combined elegance with dignity, and had a traditionally well-appointed interior. Later developments of the P5 included the more rakish coupe with a lowered roof line, and the 3.5 liter V8 model of 1967 which for the first time used an all-aluminum V8 engine design purchased from the Buick Motor Division of General Motors Corporation in the United States. The 3- and 3.5-liter models became favorites for transport of dignitaries, including British Prime Ministers from Harold Wilson to Margaret Thatcher. HM The Queen also used several Rover P5 cars for her private motoring.
To get a good idea of the car, we advise you to come to one of the viewing days.

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