This is a 1/43 Scale car in mint condition, the box is mint. Comes with certificate, pin badge and mirrors to attach.
In October 1963 Rover announced their compact 2000 model, often known colloquially by its codename P6. It was an all-new design featuring a unit-construction base skeleton covered by bolt-on body panels, independent front suspension using horizontal coil springs, de Dion rear suspension and four-wheel disc brakes, giving it class-leading dynamics. Its radical exterior and interior styling was by David Bache and its pioneering passenger safety-cell contributed to it becoming the first ever 'European Car of The Year' in 1964. Rover's General-Motors derived all-aluminium V8 was offered as a more powerful option in April 1968, finally giving the P6 the power its chassis had always warranted. Production of the P6 ceased in 1977.
Engine: 3528cc V8 OHV
Maximum speed: 122mph
Produced: 292,947 (all P6)
This special 60th Anniversary Collection model includes a commemorative pin badge.