Our 1972 Rover P6 4500S has been delivered to lucky winner, Stephen Price.
This one-of-a-kind classic car was won in our live draw held on 23rd February 2023 when Stephen’s winning ticket number, 156, was randomly selected as the winner.
Despite it being a very cold and snowy day during the delivery, Beastie looks very much at home with Stephen and we are sure he will love this very special vehicle.
Everyone here at Bridge Classic Cars would like to congratulate Stephen again and we hope he enjoys Beastie as much as we did.
Tickets are now available for our one-of-a-kind 1972 Rover P6 4500S.
Starting life as a 3500S, a full nut and bolt restoration, including a 4.5-litre V8 being fitted in the car, resulted in this very special 4500S, known as ‘Beastie’
Beastie has won multiple awards and has been displayed at the NEC Classic Motor Show on several occasions.
The workshop team have inspected and assessed our P6 and they have given the go-ahead for it to be won through Bridge Classic Cars Competitions.
Classic car technician Jon has been investigating a leak on our 1972 Rover 4500S. The leak was found to be coming from a hose to the radiator.
Jon tightened all the hoses and checked the pressure in them too. While he was working on this eye-catching classic car, he also looked at the intake pipes. The ends of these were cut off and refitted to the air filter.
No leaks are coming from our special Rover now so it seems to be ready to get back out on the road very soon.
Our new 1972 Rover 4500S has arrived at the Bridge Classic Cars workshop.
From the photos we had seen, and from talking to the previous owner, we knew that it would be a beautiful car to look at. We were surprised at just how good it actually looks face-to-face though.
The new addition will be inspected and assessed by our team of classic car technicians. For now, it looks like it might have found a place in our own personal collection, but, whatever happens, the future is looking bright for this beautiful classic car.
Every now and again, we find a classic car that just catches everyone’s attention. Our new 1972 Rover 4500S is one of those cars and we are very excited to hear that it is now on its way to our Suffolk workshop.
We understand it is a previous winner of several concourse awards, has been featured in multiple publications and is well known in P6 circles.
The almond colour and beautiful interior give this classic car an impressive look and feel, and we really can’t wait for it to arrive very soon!