Rover Cars for Sale

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1974 Rover P6B Series II 3500. Located in Toronto, Ontario
This P6B Series II 3500, Swiss delivery spec (NON “Federal 3500”, LHD, speedo in Km) restoration project car. Ontario registered, imported to Canada in 1980’s, 9.25:1 engine, BW 65 auto transmission. 126,000 km. Sound base unit, reasonable body panels, almost complete vehicle. Dry stored for last 25 years. Other projects now taking priority. 
Contact:  Chris 416 450 7689 or crashman_rot@rogers.com
Asking $1750 Cdn ono


1953 P4 75 Located in Gibsons BC
I’ve decided my 1953 Rover P4 75 project has to move on. I have inherited another project car and need the garage space.
The car is an original BC imported, left hand drive car. It lived most of its life in the Okanagan, and therefore the body and interior are very solid, free of rust and rot. The Rover p4 has been called the “gentleman’s car”, and “the poor man’s Rolls Royce”. It did not have an engine, but I have acquired an authentic Rover 2.1litre engine that is ready to install. I have also assembled most of the other necessary parts including beautifully restored twin SU Carburetors, and a rebuilt starter.
It has the unusual Rover freewheel transmission, with a unique “four on the tree” shifting mechanism. The car comes with an assortment of extra parts including wood interior trim, exterior trim, light lenses, etc.
It would be nice to recoup the approximately $2000 that I have invested, but I am open to discussing ANY sort of offer from a sincere restorer.
Contact Bill Forst at 604-840-0304 or cell 604-741-1113
Asking $2,000 CDN obo