They've had that conversation with more than a few people.
I'll only deal with Wins or Pierre these days. Also, Richard Woodward has a lot of P6 spares.. from cars he's picked up. A good source of second hand parts is always worth looking at.
P5 Hearse. It's been there a couple of times over the years.
The P6 has simply had its' roof chopped off.. doors haven't been extended, which is a shame. I'd like to see someone actually copy the factory convertible one day.
I'd say start with a price that you're happy with, and if they don't sell, lower the price in a few weeks' time.
You could use £50 as a start price..
Please let us know your ebay details, so that we can keep an eye on them..
Because they live in third world countries, and believe that they can make millions this way. They also believe that it is a victimless crime, as many are under the impression that the banks will reimburse anyone who has lost money.
The photo that I posted came from the ebay auction.
I'm assuming that it was originally white. Considering that the stainless trims have been removed, I would suggest that the roof has been replaced. As such, it should probably be removed again to check the condition of the roof rails.
Yes, it's still a VIP as it's the chassis number that denotes a VIP.
Same as someone taking a 2000SC and dropping a V8 into it.. makes it a 2000 with a V8 fitted, rather than a V8.
However, it's been personalised to the extreme.. and unless someone were to fix the badges and handle on the...
The company had access to, and a very close relationship with, the Solihull VRO which held the XC plate range from April 1964 until the 1970s. That said, only around 10% of cars on XC plates were Rover factory cars, with the majority of those being PED/Export vehicles.