Rover 1964

Great Britain

P4 95/110 – end of prod. in the summer.
P5 3-Litre
P6 2000 – Car of the Year 1964.
Land Rover

 

Following a development period of around six years, during which numerous prototypes were made, the Rover Company at last introduced the eagerly awaited production version of the 2000 in the autumn of 1963. This car is, not surprisingly, a huge success both at home and abroad and was given the 'Car of the Year' accolade almost before it was announced. Technical features include a 5 main-bearing, four-cylinder, 1978-cc, ohc engine producing 99 bhp at 5000 rpm, servo assisted disc brakes all round and a very strong body construction which embrace numerous safety features with high levels of interior comfort and space. Maximum speed is in excess of 100 mph.

'No new cars from Rover this year at the Show, and the range now consists of the 3-litre and the 2000 models, for the Company has dropped its P4 range, which has in the past covered such models as the 60, 75, 90, 95, 100, 105R, 105S and the 110. No doubt some regret will be felt at the passing of the last of the " perpendicular " Rovers but they were undoubtedly too dated to last much longer. The 2000 is still not seen on the roads in large numbers and the Solihull factory seems to be suffering its fair share of labour troubles, but it is claimed that 500 cars a week will be produced by the end of this year.'
(The Autocar, October'64)

 


Rover 95 and 110 (P4)


95 2625 cc – end of prod.
110 2625 cc – end of prod.
 


Rover P4

 


Rover 110


Rover 3-Litre (P5)


3-Litre Saloon 4-door
3-Litre Coupé 4-door
 
Engine: 2995 cc
 


Rover 3 Litre Coupé and Saloon


Rover 3-Litre Coupé


Rover 3-Litre Coupé


Rover 3-Litre


Rover 3-Litre Saloon


Rover 3-Litre Coupé


Rover 3-Litre


Rover 3-Litre Coupé


Rover 3-Litre

 


Rover 2000 (P6)


2000 1978 cc, 90 bhp

 


Rover 2000

 


Rover-BRM – prototype


 


Rover BRM


Rover BRM


Rover-BRM apeared on test weekend at Le Mans, driven by Graham Hill.

 


Land Rover 1964


Regular 88 series IIA, wheelbase 2235 mm
Long 109 sereis IIA, wheelbase 2769 mm
Forward Control IIA, wheelbase 2769 mm
 
 Engines:
4 cyl. petrol, 2286 cc, 77 bhp
4 cyl. diesel, 2286 cc, 62 bhp
6 cyl. petrol, 2625 cc, 90 bhp (FC export only)
 


Land Rover


Diesel


Land Rover


Diesel


American advert.


LAND-Rover have now completed sixteen years uninterrupted operation on and off the roads of the world. During this time they have built up a reCord of unremitting service that can never be equalled, while their numberless activities in undeveloped territories have become legendary. Ruggedly built and powerful, Land-Rovers will outlast any similar type of vehicle, their strong box-section chassis and alloy bodywork being proof against the ravages of rough and tumble operation in all weathers and climates. There is no substitute for the four-wheel drive Land-Rover, the world's most versatile vehicle.
 

 
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