Rover P4

September 15, 2016|
Rover P4 by Malcolm Bobbitt
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Nowadays affectionately known as the ''Aunty'' Rover, the dignified P4 series of cars was launched in 1949 to carry Britain''s Rover company into the postwar era. Rover''s well-deserved reputation for building high quality cars and the marque''s upmarket image ensured that the P4 series appealed to the company''s traditional clientele - doctors, solicitors, bank managers and others of similar social rank. Despite the rather staid image of the P4 series, over the years the cars had many interesting features like the original ''Cyclops'' central headlight, disc brakes, a freewheel device and overdrive. The larger-engined versions were also rather nifty and could whoosh their occupants along at a very unauntie-like pace! Production continued through several model variations - but always with four or six-cylinder engines - until 1964. In the meantime, Rover experimented with gas turbine power units in P4 bodies and created the famous JET 1. The Marauder sports car was also P4-based. An amazing number of the sturdy P4s have survived to the present day and most are now enjoyed and cherished by enthusiasts.

Malcolm Bobbitthas been fascinated by the motor car since buying an Austin 7 before he was old enough to drive! After a career in the electricity industry, Malcolm is now a writer who chooses mainly to write about motoring history. Malcolm lives in England''s beautiful Lake District. He is a prolific and diverse author, with numerous a...
Title:Rover P4
Product dimensions:192 pages, 10 X 8.25 X 0.5 in
Shipping dimensions:192 pages, 10 X 8.25 X 0.5 in
Published:September 15, 2016
Publisher:Veloce Publishing
Appropriate for ages:All ages
ISBN - 13:9781845849580

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