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Rover 3500 V8 — 1972

A fine example of Rover's advanced P6, with the large aluminum V8. Nice paintwork and good original leather interior.

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Frans Johansson
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"This Rover is in great condition with nice paint and interior. One of the nicest ones we have seen for a while."

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Michael Luft
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Frans Johansson
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"This Rover is in great condition with nice paint and interior. One of the nicest ones we have seen for a while."


This Rover 3500 is in a good working condition with an older repaints that still remains neat. The interior is original with some patina. The car starts and runs well, but it’s not driven for several years. The car needs an inspection/mot and it’s fitted with the powerful alloy V8 engine.

Technical data

  • Year
  • Registration date
  • Mileage
    139356 km 
  • Kw / hp
    103 / 138 
  • Fuel Type
  • Transmission
  • Interior finish
  • Colour


  • Mechanical condition:

    Museum display car started but not driven

  • Interior condition:

    Marks on the drivers leather seat, otherwise very nice overall.

  • Exterior condition:

    Small dent on the bonnet, repainted in the original color. Some marks in paint but overall a very good finish.

  • General condition:

    Well renovated and fresh Rover, a nice collectors cars.

MOT (tech. insp.)

Fordonsstatus Avst 2010-05-19
Ursprungsbesiktning 1972-06-13 (regbes)
Datum i trafik 1:a gång 1972-06-13
Besiktningsperiod - 2012-03-31
Senast godk besiktning 2010-03-01
Skattebefriad Ja
Antal ägare 12

Facts about the model

The 3500 was introduced in April 1968 (one year after the Rover company was purchased by Triumph's owner, Leyland) and continued to be offered until 1977. The manufacturer asserted that the light metal V8 engine weighed the same as the four-cylinder unit of the Rover 2000, and the more powerful car's maximum speed of 114 mph (183 km/h) as well as its 10.5- second acceleration time from 0–60 mph (97 km/h) were considered impressive, and usefully faster than most of the cars with which, on the UK market, the car competed on price and specifications. (The glaring exception was the Jaguar 340, substantially quicker and, in terms of manufacturers' recommended prices, 15 per cent cheaper than the Rover 3500, the Jaguar representing exceptional value as a "run-out" model, shortly to be replaced by the Jaguar XJ6.)

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