Rover 1951-2005: Market Review 2019

By: Cliff Chambers

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Rover 1951-2005 market review

Rover enthusiasts will be buoyed by news that older models are gaining in value and that ‘last gasp’ 75s from the early 2000s are surviving in viable numbers. The Rover that many people remember is the 1949-62 ‘auntie’ version that was built in two body styles and with (mostly) six-cylinder engines.

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These can reach $20,000 but most don’t. P6 models with four-cylinder or V8 motors survive in reasonable quantities and V8s generally sell below $10,000.

Big-bodied 3.5 Sedans and especially the scarce Coupe are climbing, with a couple of cars priced at more than $40,000. Six-cylinder, 3-litre sedans remain affordable and offer comfort with quality for $10,000.

P4 $9335 [8] 

3 Litre Sedan $6540 [5] 

3.5 Coupe $39,335 [3]

2000/2000TC $7000 [3] 

P5B 3500 V8 $6645 [15]

75 2001-04 $3985 [10]

[*] = number of recorded sales

(Note: concours & special cars may demand more.)

Numbers from our 2019 European & British Value Guide.


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