Well preserved Canadian P6

<I> Winter driving in Canada</I>
Winter driving in Canada

I thought you might like pictures of my 1970 NASA spec P6B, "Rip Van Winkle", which has just emerged from storage. The car was carefully mothballed in 1989, jacked up, and left parked in a garage in Montreal, Canada, until I bought it in November 2007. The car is in fantastic condition with only 32000 miles on the odometer. It has been painted black, which was not a standard Rover colour. Was this a special order?
The car was shipped in 1969 as a 1970 model but not registered in Quebbec until 1971; or has the car just been repainted to a very high standard? Who knows??
Patrick Hiron


Did you know

...that coffee is the seed of a cherry from the tree genus Coffea, a tree yielding about 1kg (2lb) of coffee per year. There are more than 25 species of coffee, the 3 main commercial types being Robusta, Liberia and Arabica, the latter representing 70% of total production.


Uppdaterat 2009-03-27

Tata buys Land Rover and the Roverbrand

In March 2008 the heavily indebted Ford Company sold their British prestigious carmakers Jaguar and Land Rover along with the Rover Brand, the Daimler brand and the Lanchester brand.

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History of this day

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