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1960 Rover 100 P4

Rover 100 P4

The Rover 100 was launched in 1960 to replace the earlier 90 model which had sold so well from when it first appeared in 1953. The new 6 cylinder 2625 cc engine of the 100 provided plenty of power and a top speed approaching 100 mph even though it had only a single carburettor. This cute little Rover is a beautifully made four-door saloon. The interior is trimmed in wood and leather. Other endearing features include the Shepherd’s Crook handbrake and the distinctive front grille complete with its famous Viking Ship badge.

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Car information

Vehicle basics

Year 1960   Vehicle style Sedan

Exterior details

Color grey   Restoration history Fully restored
Condition of exterior Very good      

Interior details

Color red   Seat material leather
Condition of interior Very good   Restoration history Fully restored

Engine details

Engine configuration 6 cylinder   Engine size 2600cc
Engine history Overhauled   Engine condition Running

Transmission details

Transmission type Manual   Drive train Rear-wheel drive

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