The Rover P5B 3.5 Litre, an example of British style and flair, with a large portion of nostalgia, for most of us.
Ours comes from one of the last years of the P5’s life. The P5 line began with the Mark I in 1958, aka the 3 Litre. Under the hood was a 3-liter six-in-line that also appeared in a more powerful form in its successor, the 1962 Mark II. For the Mark III that appeared in 1965, the same six-in-line was used again, which again received a number of horsepower.
The P5 series entered its final phase in 1967 with the P5B 3.5 Litre. The six-cylinder was pushed aside and a 3.5-liter V8 took its place. The B in P5B was a reference to Buick, the brand from which the power source came. The aluminum eight-cylinder produced 163 horsepower. Rover turned to Buick because it did not have enough money to develop an engine itself. The P5B was delivered both as a Saloon and as a Coupé (four-door!). This Rover is from Italy and the owner was an active member of the Rover Club. The Rover is in very good condition.
In total Rover built 11,501 P5Bs Saloon. Of the Coupe only 9,099 examples have seen the light of day. A rather beloved classic that is always worth looking at. Who wants to have the same feeling that comes to you in a Rolls Royce, but a little wiser for the wallet, this is your chance!I'm interested in this object