This 1953 P4 75 is in excellent condition and is situated near Geelong in Victoria. The asking price is $8,000 or nearest reasonable offer and comes with a Roadworthy Certificate. Recently replaced the clutch and engine. Engine is second hand not rebuilt, but runs well. I replaced the stem seals and lapped in the valves and replaced the head gasket. Contact the seller Tristan for more information or photographs. Tristan can be contacted on 0418-169-737. Text only please.
1963 Rover P4 95 – white with red interior, currently fully registered and in very good condition. This car has been well maintained and has a new interior and many new parts. The car is for sale for $7,500.00 with a RWC. Please call Peter Browne for further details on (03) 9787 1473. The car is in Frankston South, Victoria.
Car has been fully restored by a previous owner;it’s only done 5000 miles in ten years! The car drives well,but it is a car that was built in the late 50’s,early 60’s and the driving experience reflects that.
Excellent motor,4 speed manual with overdrive on top gear;works well.Unmarked retrimmed interior,woodwork is good,brightwork is all nice,new tyres,converted to negative earth,stereo CD player, good brakes,NO rust,original toolkit,some history and a detailed workshop manual. I’ve just had the front end serviced as it was feeling a bit stiff through lack of use by the previous owner.
Things to do. One headlight needs re-silvering.Seatbelts are not legally required, but I wouldn’t mind fitting them if I was to keep the car. The clock doesn’t work. No crank handle! Might need a new battery.
Unregistered. Has an Unregistered Vehicle Permit which runs out in a few days.Another one could be purchased,of course.
$7,950 in Chadstone VIC
A great article by Shannons on P4’s:
Fawn 105S NOW SOLD
Forcing the sale of my P4s is an unforeseen shift to Sydney without storage capacity. Asking $6000 for x2 105s Rovers. The fawn 105s is from the Flynn collection, purchased by Bob Holbert and subsequently by me. A standout feature of this particular vehicle is the work Bob did with the interior trim work to doors and carpets. Seats could do with with some further nourishment, so too the rear door window surrounds. The vehicle presents well, is very reliable and would be an excellent basis for further fettling. Overdrive works delightfully and she rides on crossply tyres. The second P4 is one I purchased from Victoria, many members would recognise the regular requests for support with this, that or the other. This vehicle, despite appearances, is very solid. The transmission is tight and the engine ticked over nicely. All parts have been bagged and labelled. In addition to the vehicles there is a substantial collection of spares (clutch plates, timber, radiators, gaskets, glassware, rust free guards, spare bonnet with Viking emblem etc…). These are all sold as a part of the package, so too memorabilia including sales brochure, workshop manuals, various P4 articles, and the coveted ‘black book’ of P4 how to. If you would like specific questions answered please ask or send me a message. Neal is located in the central west of NSW (Gilgandra, 45 mins north of Dubbo) and can be contacted on 0458 780 407