ROVER 3500S (1971-76)

Classic Car Weekly (UK) - - Living With Classics - David Simis­ter

Val­ues of all P6s have crept up gen­tly over the last few years, though it’s the full-fat 3500S where in­creases in price have been most acute. Prices were vir­tu­ally static a decade ago, with good ones avail­able for well un­der £3500, but since then val­ues have been on the move. Nowa­days the same car will cost nearer to £6500, with the very best ex­am­ples fetch­ing con­sid­er­ably more. That means prices have dou­bled in the space of just ten years, but in a very grad­ual way that hasn’t shocked the mar­ket.


The P6 rep­re­sents a lot of car for the money even to­day – and we reckon if price in­creases of the ear­lier P5B are any­thing to go by then val­ues could climb even higher. What we don’t ex­pect are any Fast Ford-es­que price surges, be­cause the P6 has a fairly con­sis­tent pop­u­lar­ity with own­ers and the trade and it’s un­likely there will be a sud­den ex­plo­sion of in­ter­est.

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