Rover 14/45 from 1925


This car was built as a 14/45 in 1925, but was shortly afterwards uprated to 16/50 spec as the factory received a lot of complaints that the 14/45 cars were underpowered. The two cars were virtually identical except for the capacity of the engine.
The car belongs to Stewart Devlin in UK.

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