Royal sighted in a P6!

#1
Bet that got you looking!

I was looking for a decent pic of 4KUE in my collection (see another post in this section) and came across this.

We all know the Queen liked her P5 but were you aware Princess Anne learnt to drive in a P6?



Sorry about the quality
but it was only a small article in the original.

For those who need to know these things
It was in REVIEW (The Journal of The Rover Owners Association) Apr/May/June 1968 Edition.

Just a thought
Wouldn't it be nice to have a picture section on the all new singing and dancing forum showing stuff like this.
 
#2
Nice find! :)
I believe that Prince Charles also had a P6. I wonder if the one Princess Anne is driving in that article was actually his?
 
#7
Oracle said:
Bet that got you looking!

I was looking for a decent pic of 4KUE in my collection (see another post in this section) and came across this.

We all know the Queen liked her P5 but were you aware Princess Anne learnt to drive in a P6?



Sorry about the quality
but it was only a small article in the original.

For those who need to know these things
It was in REVIEW (The Journal of The Rover Owners Association) Apr/May/June 1968 Edition.

Just a thought
Wouldn't it be nice to have a picture section on the all new singing and dancing forum showing stuff like this.
It's in all likelyhood a Rover supplied car - XXC plates...

Could have just been a loan vehicle - will be well worth checking out at BMIHT when I next get there.

Fab car though - Brigade Red, XC plates 2000TC.....lovely...
 
#8
Found it! Very nice looking car. Probably white with black interior, wires, hrw and roof aerial. Tasty. :D

Also a pic of Her Maj in an old Vauxhall :shock:
 
#11
That's a beautiful vehicle. May well have had Buffalo as an interior colour.

When we next get to Gaydon we'll have a look at the books - I reckon they may well have been 'grace and favour' cars. Certainly Solihull registered.

Charles' famous car is his MGC GT, which is on display at Sandringham having been restored.
 
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