Our 1972 Rover P6 3500S will soon be available to win through Bridge Classic Cars Competitions. Before it goes live and is ready to win, classic car technician Brian has been doing some work on the interior of this eye-catching classic car.
The areas of focus for Brian were the rear armrest, driver’s seat, and rear seats.
Brian started his work by removing the rear seats and armrest. The driver’s seat was then removed too.
Work continued with Brian undoing the base cover of the driver’s seat so he could repair the damaged cover. Once the repaired rear armrest was re-fitted into the car, the top of the rear seats could then be repaired.
After re-fitting everything back into the car, our 1972 Rover P6 3500S is one step closer to being ready to find its new owner in a future live draw.
We recently welcomed another new arrival to the Bridge Classic Cars workshop in the form of our 1972 Rover P6 3500S.
This is the manual and most sought-after version of this classic car and it was truly advanced for its time.
With suspension and bodywork superior to anything else on the market at the time of its release, our P6 3500S really is an impressive vehicle.
Not only is it a luxurious car but it is also fast too so this is certainly one vehicle that is proving very popular in the workshop.
Our 1972 Rover P6 3500S takes its place as part of our collection of competition cars that will be won through Bridge Classic Cars Competitions very soon.
Before entry opens, it will go through a full inspection and assessment with our team of classic car technicians. Once they are satisfied, it won’t be long before a new owner is found at one of our live draws early next year.