[ROVERNET - UK] 3500S for sale in PA
relliott44 at yahoo.com
Fri Sep 17 07:55:28 BST 2004
It looks awesome. I am tempted to spring for it. I
hope that somebody pays a very good amount to you
(above your asking) for this in the interest of having
Rover ownership at least try to pay its way.
Really, how many more NADA P6B's are there in a
1970 NADA P6B Tobacco
--- Glen Wilson <glenwilson at ixpres.com> wrote:
> I'm selling my recently acquired 1970 3500S. I'm
> located just south of
> Philadelphia. Pictures are at the following web
> The car is basically as good as it looks in the
> pictures except for a
> rip in the bolster of the driver's seat, a worn arm
> rest, a small paint
> chip on the bonnet, and a small bubble under the
> paint low down on the
> driver's side front fender. The upholstery is
> slightly faded in some
> areas. The air conditioning works, but doesn't get
> real cold (could
> probably use a recharge).
> The car was very nicely repainted in the original
> Brigade Red not long
> ago and looks great. I've been using this as a daily
> driver, and it
> passed PA inspection in May with no problems. The
> car starts, stops and
> drives just fine. I rebuilt the brake master
> cylinder and servo and
> flushed the lines with fresh brake fluid. I also
> installed new wires,
> distributor cap and points.
> The car is in very original condition in that it is
> exactly as it left
> the factory. Nothing's been messed up or modified.
> It even has a fully
> functional Automatic Enrichment Device (which seems
> to work exactly as
> it's supposed to}.
> I've had this car on a couple of pretty long road
> trips and have no
> doubt that it could be driven home safely and
> I don't know exactly where to price it because I
> don't know what the
> market is for a nice 3500S at this time. I'm
> thinking in the
> neighborhood of $2,900 USD, but I'm willing to be
> realistic about the
> price depending on how much interest there is in the
> car. I'd appreciate
> feedback on this from Rovernetters.
> I have a number of replacement parts for the car
> that could be bought
> for future use. I also have a parts car with a 99%
> perfect off-white
> (buckskin) interior if the new owner wants to go
> absolutely first class.
> Any parts included would be in addition to the cost
> quoted for the car
> itself, but I might throw some in to sweeten the
> Please contact me if you are interested. If I don't
> hear from any
> Rovernetters, I'll probably advertise locally or go
> glenwilson at ixpres.com
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