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Lot 432
1970 Rover P6 3500 S
1 of 6 development cars
1970 Rover P6 3500 S
1 of 6 development cars
IMG_6472 1970 Rover P6 3500 S 1 of 6 development cars IMG_6473 1970 Rover P6 3500 S 1 of 6 development cars IMG_6474 1970 Rover P6 3500 S 1 of 6 development cars IMG_6477 1970 Rover P6 3500 S 1 of 6 development cars IMG_6478 1970 Rover P6 3500 S 1 of 6 development cars IMG_6479 1970 Rover P6 3500 S 1 of 6 development cars IMG_6480 1970 Rover P6 3500 S 1 of 6 development cars IMG_6481 1970 Rover P6 3500 S 1 of 6 development cars IMG_6482 1970 Rover P6 3500 S 1 of 6 development cars IMG_6483 1970 Rover P6 3500 S 1 of 6 development cars IMG_6484 1970 Rover P6 3500 S 1 of 6 development cars IMG_6485 1970 Rover P6 3500 S 1 of 6 development cars IMG_6486 1970 Rover P6 3500 S 1 of 6 development cars IMG_6487 1970 Rover P6 3500 S 1 of 6 development cars IMG_6488 1970 Rover P6 3500 S 1 of 6 development cars IMG_6489 1970 Rover P6 3500 S 1 of 6 development cars IMG_6490 1970 Rover P6 3500 S 1 of 6 development cars IMG_6491 1970 Rover P6 3500 S 1 of 6 development cars IMG_6492 1970 Rover P6 3500 S 1 of 6 development cars


Lot Number: 432
Estimate: £10,000 - 12,000
  • V5 Present
  • MoT Apr 2022
  • Chassis number: 48103188A
It is understood that this Rover was sent to Cross Manufacturing of Bath directly from Rover in order that the engine could be evaluated  to gain more power and increased consumption. It is understood that the engine is a one off, having been re‑bored and sleeved, increasing the cubic capacity to 3800cc. At some point a fuel injection system was fitted but it is now running on carburettors.
The Rover was retained by Cross manufacturing until 2015, ownership changing several times internally in the company. Was registered as MXC 999H, this number was retained by Cross and the car re‑registered as EMR 722L. 44,000 recorded miles

PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR VIDEO PRODUCED 2ND OF JUNE BY ACA OF THIS CAR.
It is understood that this Rover was sent to Cross Manufacturing of Bath directly from Rover in order that the engine could be evaluated to gain more power and increased consumption. It is understood that the engine is a one off, having been re-bored and sleeved, increasing the cubic capacity to 3800cc. At some point a fuel injection system was fitted but it is now running on carburettors. The Rover was retained by Cross manufacturing until 2015, ownership changing several times internally in the company. Was registered as MXC 999H, this number was retained by Cross and the car re-registered as EMR 722L. 44,000 recorded miles PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR VIDEO PRODUCED 2ND OF JUNE BY ACA OF THIS CAR.
  • V5 Present
  • MoT Apr 2022
  • Chassis number: 48103188A
Estimate: £10,000 - 12,000

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