Rover - P5B 3.5 litre Saloon - 1971

Description
Rover - P5B 3.5 litre Saloon - 1971
Can be picked up in: Netherlands - with Dutch registration - 81441 km - 3 - In good condition, visibile signs of wear and general age

This classic Rover was also known as the Poor Man’s Rolls, because of its comfortableness, the space and the stylish wood and leather interior. This model also very popular among members of the English government and of the English royal family.
Dutch periodic vehicle inspection valid until 17-02-2021.

The original Dutch license and documents are available. Interesting fact: the first registration was in name of Douwe Egberts coffee roasters. The car was owned by a collector since 2008, this collector had the car maintained by a classic Rover specialist in Hooglanderveen, the Netherlands.

Good condition, reliable car, powerful V8 engine.
Interior with beige leather in good condition and an original car radio present from back then.

The bodywork shows some corrosion and two small dents. See photos. The bumpers, trimming and bodywork parts are completely original, including Rover emblems.

Engine in good condition, with slightly visible corrosion. See photos.
Suspension, steering and brakes in good condition. Parts of the braking system and cooling system were renewed in the past.
The car has a removable towbar.
Appraisal report available. Complete maintenance history known.

Location for inspection and pick up: Maarn, the Netherlands.

It is recommended to view the car prior to placing a bid in order to prevent potential disappointment afterwards. Please contact Catawiki for an appointment.

Lot details
Brand
Rover
Model Type
P5B 3.5 litre Saloon
Year
1971
Located in
Netherlands
Body style
Limousine
Mileage reading
81441 km
Registration papers
with Dutch registration
Transmission
Automatic
Fuel
Petrol
Colour
Blue
Horse Power
150
Condition (Overall)
3 - Good condition: visible signs of wear and general aging
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