P6 Zagato

<I> The P6 Zagato was shot in Belgium 1993 by Paul Dene.</I>
The P6 Zagato was shot in Belgium 1993 by Paul Dene.

This two-door fastback was built by Italian coachbuilder Zagato on commission from the Rover Company. It's based on a 1965 2000S (twin-cab). It never reached production though.
Later David Bache designed a two-door fastback based on a 1966/67 3500 base-unit. Had that one reached production it would probably have been badged Alvis.
Swiss coachbuilder Graber built three specials for Rover. A 2000 two-door convertible in 1966, a two-door coupe 2000TC 1967 and a two-door 3500 coupe in 1968.


This photo of the P6 Zagato was shot at the same event in 1993 by Antoon Schockaert
This photo of the P6 Zagato was shot at the same event in 1993 by Antoon Schockaert

The Zagato from the back.
The Zagato from the back.

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