Supplied by Henley’s Rover of London in April 1963, this car benefits from the 2.6 litre Rover engine. The colour and overall condition gives the car a presence on the road. The car has a lovely classic and unmolested ambience to it. The interior really is a lovely place to be. It’s fitted with overdrive from new and is a reliable classic that can cruise in comfort with the original working push button valve radio to listen to. It has just arrived into stock and was driven to me from a significant distance away without issue.
It’s had a lead free conversion to cylinder head. The car itself presents well and has benefited from much mechanical care and has recently had a brake overhaul and £2000.00 spent including new fuel tank,electronic ignition,stainless exhaust and dynamo. It also looks to have had new tyres very recently.
There is a very extensive MOT history back to 1970 and a packed service history folder and heritage certificate comes with copy instruction manual and toolkit. There are lots of old photos available too.
This is a very nice example and worthy of consideration. It’s the best I’ve had with a good colour combination that suits the car. It’s not perfect but is a good solid old English classic.