Rover

JDM Import? 1993 Rover Austin Mini

Original Austin Mini Coopers have been in style for some time now, especially if you find one made in-period from the 1960s. But the brand continued to produce the genuine article under the Rover brand and markets like Japan… more»

Time to Bid! Lucky Collector Car Auctions Spring Classic

The 2021 Spring Classic event managed by Lucky Collector Car Auctions will feature a wide range of classics of every shape and size imaginable, happening both online and in-person June 12 and 13, 2021. This year’s collection is bursting… more»

No Reserve: 1965 Rover P6 2000

The Rover P6 was a model that showed remarkable longevity. Initially released in 1963, it soldiered on gallantly until 1977. This 1965 P6 2000 looks like an absolute beauty, and it now needs a new home. Its needs are… more»

Perfection And 20K Miles: 1963 Rover 110

One look at this British classic and I’m ready for a smoking jacket, pipe and slippers! This low mileage, rare, left-hand drive 1963 Rover 110, also known as a P4, is located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and is available, here… more»

50 Years Of Receipts: 1969 Rover 3500S

As some of you know, I can’t resist a good junkyard car. I’m still haunted by a Rover V8 hiding in the tall grass of a junkyard in Bristol, Rhode Island – it is a complete car, parked next… more»

Poor Man’s Rolls Royce: 1970 Rover 3500S

The owner of this Rover 3500S refers to it as a “poor man’s Rolls Royce.” That seems a bit harsh because these are a nice car in their own right. You will find this Rover listed for sale here… more»

Cheap Sport Sedans: Pair of Rover 2000 TCs

The Rover 2000TC stands out as a foreign sedan that actually found favor with U.S. buyers at a time when big-body American cars ruled that particular segment. The Rover offered a variety of engine options, culminating with a Buick-sourced… more»

One Year Import: 1980 Rover 3500SD

This V8-powered Rover 3500SD is one of just a few hundred sold on our shores as a U.S.-market model. The exposed headlights and larger bumpers are tell-tale signs that this is a one-year-only version as the car was quickly… more»

Alaskan Pair: 1969 Rover 2000TC

Not far from me in Bristol, Rhode Island, there’s a Rover 2000TC just like this one languishing in a junkyard. It’s truly a shame: the car is quite solid and parked next to a Mercedes sedan of the same… more»

Radical, Rare, and Rust Free: 1969 Rover 2000 TC

Vintage British cars generally trade on old-fashioned, old-world charm. Even the most competitive, up-to-date cars from Blighty in the ’50s, ’60s, and ’70s carried a whiff of this character: dated styling, wood-and-leather furnishings, knock-off wheels, or some combination of… more»

Farm Find: 1969 Rover V8

Rover’s famed V8 sedan remains an under-appreciated classic today, offering stately looks, a comfortable interior and reliable Buick V8 power up front. This example hails from California, where the previous owner collected it from a farm estate sale and… more»

Save These Classics! Pick ‘N Pull Project Vehicles

One of my biggest gripes about any number of self-service salvage yards is that they allow good project cars to go directly to scrap. There’s never a chance to “save” a car before it goes into the rows of… more»

Nicest One Around: 1980 Rover SD1 3500

When I first learned about the Rover SD1, I thought it was a brilliant idea! A British sports sedan with an American derived V8. Honestly, does it get any more interesting than that? The problem is, we didn’t get… more»

What A Bargain: 1969 Rover 2000 TC for $1,000

I see a lot of cars that terrific readers send in, and every once in a while I am sorely, sorely tempted to buy the car rather than write about it. This is the second-most intense feeling I’ve had… more»

Motoring Monday: 40 Years Owned Rover TC

It’s not often that one gets the chance to purchase a car that’s been cherished by the same owner for 40 years! This 1967 Rover 2000TC has been cared for by the owner of a British car establishment as… more»

The Finest Around: 1980 Rover 3500 SD1

As past readers of the site may have guessed, I have a soft spot for unusual cars, especially British ones. Despite being unusual, the Rover 3500 deserved better in the US market. Brought over as the Jaguar-Rover-Triumph entity was… more»