Here we have my 1931 Rover 10-25. The old girl just had her 90th birthday in March. She's been restored from the ground up, is in concourse condition and is show winning.
This is the Weymann body (body number 150, off the Cowley production line in March 1931, on one badge and the Weymann patent on the other)
4 door, black leather over ash frame model ( ONLY 3 OF THESE IN EXISTENCE WORLDWIDE) with black guards (ladies dress double skins on the back) and luggage rack complete with picnic basket. Contrasting red artillery wheels and bonnet fins, side running boards with an antique petrol can in matching livery with a period Rover badge, the Rover "flying helmet" radiator mascot came from the Beaulieu National Car Museum at a cost of £370, spare artillery wheel mounted on the rear.
Inside she has been totally retrimmed in plum (seats and door cards the rear having luggage pouches) by a jaguar works trimmer and has a mohair headlining with full length sunroof, tilting windscreen and rear window blind. The engine is a 1.3 straight six pilot, totally restored and sounds lovely, with three forward and one reverse gearbox and starts "on the button" every time and comes with a spare engine block. She has an agreed valuation certificate of £20,000 but this is probably conservative given that there are only 3 in existence worldwide, so extremely rare. She sits in a carpeted and centrally heated garage on a trickle charger and has only covered less than 50 miles in the past 18 months. As a vintage car there is NO road tax.
So if you want to grab yourself a piece of continually appreciating motoring history PRICE REDUCED £16,495 (ONO) this is the one for you ! Serious buyers only, no dreamers or tyre kickers please.