|Registration Number:||Y479 TOH|
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|Year Of Manufacture:||2001|
|Current Location:||United Kingdom|
|Notes:||A top spec car on a Longbridge TOH plate. The first owner knew which boxes to tick. The harder to live with items of power fold mirrors, sunroof and traction control are out, replaced by expensive options such as the sat nav TV upgrade.|
|Fate:||Early Longbridge built MK1 R75. All of the good quality parts meets good quality build in this fine example. Originally brought as a stop gap car, the first drive home proved she was much more than that. 65,000 miles later and still giving fine service after five years on the fleet.
For those who dont know what these cars are about, let me help you: its all about leather, woodwork, comfort and ride. In the case of this V6, its a Chesterfield wing back bolted to a jet engine. A fake baby Jag that can out gun its own cat badged rival.
Comfort and class collide in this well equipped gentlemans gin Palace. Built to capture the class and the bygone glory of the Rover brand, it did that and more, with this lasting legacy.
|Modifications:||Changed from crown wheels to Union alloys. The rest is as she left the factory|
|Accolades:||Pound for pound, the most reliable and the best value big car Ive ever owned. Beware of these, they have serious charm.|
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