The Rover P4 has a sense of style that modern cars have lost.
This example is a 90 powered by the 2.6 litre six cylinder engine with a manual gearbox with freewheel and represents good value for money.
It was registered new in June 1955 and has a wonderful history file which contains the current V5, the current MOT certificate, three previous V5s including the original 1955 buff log book which show the total ownership history, numerous expired MOT certificates dating back to 1978 showing the low annual increase in mileage, previous road tax discs, invoices for work completed over the past few years and an original Owners Manual.
The current MOT runs until May 2020 although the car is MOT exempt and the recorded mileage is 80153.
The car will be licensed for twelve months from the date of sale for the new owner at no cost as the car qualifies for the Historic Taxation class.
This car is being offered at an attractive price that leaves room for improvement if the new owner wishes.
Prospective buyers are welcome to come and view the car in our Leeds showroom. Please ring to make an appointment to view.
UK wide professional delivery is available. Please ring for a quote. We are also happy to deliver to any mainland port for export.
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