Rover P4 Mart - Updated 16/07/2019

 

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105S 1958 I have reluctantly decided to sell my 1958 P4 105S as I’m just not getting the opportunity to use it much. I have owned the car for about 10 years and in that time, it has undergone a substantial restoration. Work done on the car during the restoration included:

* Lots of welding to A, B, C posts and rear wheel arches. The car also had a front wing replaced. The work was completed to a high standard.
* Front suspension rebuild.
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Replacement genuine Lockheed servo from John Wearing Rover Parts.
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Lots of rewiring.
* Respray in cellulose. The colour is beige/fawn as it left the factory.
* Seatbelts were fitted using brackets from Quick Fit SBS.  There are 5 seatbelts fitted.

Over the last couple of years, I have:

* Replaced all brake pipes and flexi-hoses.
* Rebuilt all cylinders with new seals. A rear cylinder was replaced with a new one.
* Rebuilt the front swivels / kingpins.
* It had a new battery.
* It has had a new coil.
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Some re-chroming of bumper parts by Derby Plating (very good platers).
* Carburettors have been serviced which sorted a reliability issue I had.

The car has been serviced every 6 months during my ownership. Since the abolition of MOT tests for pre 1960 cars, the car has had an annual safety check by my local garage.  It has however just been put through a MOT.

The car is not 100% perfect (if you want perfection then you’d be paying 3 times what I’m asking), but I’d describe it as a very structurally sound car, with good mechanicals, good paintwork and a good interior which is showing wear in places as you might expect from a 60 year old car.  I am looking for £4500 (no silly offers accepted) for the car which will include some spares.

Note that the car is located in East Lothian, Scotland! If you are genuinly interested in the P4 then please contact me, Mark, on marksroverp4@gmail.com.

 

 

95 1963 Excellent condition, with much recent work undertaken. Club valuation £10,000. Contact Ian.priory@gmail.com or 07785 245544.

 

 

95 1964 Midnight Blue/light blue interior, originally owned by wife of Chairman of French Kier Construction (included are the service records from new)and in my ownership since 1982. In 1986 well respected Ely Motor Company carried out body off complete restoration. Invoices and many photos of work included. Recent work includes new exhaust manifold and recon steering box (2014), 5 new radial tyres (2013). Upholstery renovated 2 years ago. Stan Johnstone just serviced including MOT so as good as it gets! Many original documents and advertising literature, always garaged whilst in my care and only driven in dry weather. Regret downsizing and health issues force reluctant sale. johnbishop999@aol.com 07793 816477

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105S 1958 Manual overdrive with kickdown, all good.Needs engine tune up and carbs resetting. Bottom corner of front inner wings, sills and boot floor need welding, both front seat bases need repair. Rear seat top edge, exhaust, wood and chassis solid. Price around £4,000 07875 080317 or gorjling@live.co.uk

110 1963 Looks beautiful but two minor rust blisters (photos available).Leather seats look brittle in places but rest of car, including engine in superb condition; starts first time and runs very smoothly. Original tool kits. currently SORNed. Includes sales literature from period. Sale due to bereavement. Offers around £7,500 Maggie 07759 821515 Bewdley

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