Classic Risers Rover P4 95/100/110
The final evolution of a 15-year reign for this Rover is actually pricier than some of the earlier models but it did come with a gutsy 2.6-litre IOE engine for greater straight-line performance. However the big P4 straight-six engine does make cornering a little heavy. The steering is weighty at low speed, but lightens up as the pace quickens. It is accurate at any speed, however, and leaves no doubt in the driver’s mind as to what the front wheels are doing. A Rover of this period may not be as rakish as a Jaguar but it is arguably better-made. Compared to other 1960s saloons it will keep up with modern traffic, seat four in comfort and demonstrate uncanny reliability.