Welcome to the sale of my 1963 Rover p4 110. I have really enjoyed putting this vehicle back together and on the road but unfortunately I have other cars calling for my attention and a house I'm doing up so it's time to move it on.
The Rover was in storage from 1981 till last year.
Since then the vehicle has had a comprehensive recommissioning. As a part of this a refreshed 300tdi out of a late 90s Land Rover Discovery was fitted. This was mated up to the origional heavy duty gearbox and fitted using either Land Rover or Rover parts. Everything is available off the shelf if anything needs to be replaced in the future. Details of which will be given to the buyer.
Now the car, cruises at 60mph, returning over 40mpg.
The car has 12 months MOT.
4 new tyres
Recently retrimmed seats (which are the rare recliners). The interior is in fabulous original condition and all there including the under dash ash tray which looks unused. I still have the original radio and speaker if my centre dash isn't to your taste.
Completely over hauled brakes.
If anyone is looking for a ideal tow car that is reliable and dependable, this might be the car for you.
If you have any questions, please ask.
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