1963 Rover 95SOLD

COYS - Ragley Hall auction - Sunday 9th September 2007

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Without reserve

Sold ú100

Introduced in 1963 alongside the Rover 110, the 95 was an unplanned extension of the P4 range due to delays in the production of the 2000. Its overhead inlet/side exhaust valve, 2,625cc, six cylinder engine was essentially the same power unit as that of the Rover 100 which it had replaced, apart from a few internal changes inspired by the parallel development of the Rover 3 Litre and the contemporary 110 model. Developing 102bhp, it could propel the 95 to 93mph and 0-60mph in around 16 seconds. Only 3,680 examples were produced before production ceased in May 1964.

Built in 1963, this car features the desirable aluminium doors, boot lid and bonnet that were replaced by steel items later in the model's production run. In the same ownership for the past 40 years, KGJ 657A is supplied with a MoT test certificate valid until January 2008, a V5 registration document, old MoT test certificates, an original Distributors and Dealers handbook, a workshop manual and a handful of receipts. Finished in burgundy with beige interior, this charming car represents refined, luxurious and effortless classic car motoring for a very modest financial outlay.

Reference Number 12678

as of 8/31/2007

Overview
Car 1963 Rover 95
VIN 760009799