Thursday, December 11, 2008

1970 Rover 3500 S — more pictures


Exterior



Interior




Underside



Engine



Doors



3 comments:

EggsnGrits said...

I don't know the value of the car restored, but I'm thinking that perhaps a resto-mod rather than traditional restoration would be the way to go.

That is, transplant new components to get around the dearh of parts.

I'm thinking a V6 and transaxle from a front-driver and rear axle and suspension from the same car on the rear.

A thought.

Andy Rupert said...

Eggs,

I'm selling this for a customer. At one point, he had it up and running but when his wife took a liking to a Buick, it was set aside for a later time.

So, whoever gets it will get quite an interesting car. Really, how many of these do you see on the road or have you seen? I've only seen them in pictures.

Andy

EggsnGrits said...

Right, and what I'm saying is that you have to give the prospective buyer options.