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Old 11th February 2018, 08:28 AM
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Default Re: The Rover P5/P5B

Mercedes Fintail vs Rover P5:

Their verdict:
"While some may value the view of that Three pointed star across the long bonnet there is really no contest here. The Rover is easier to buy, just as easy to service and repair with good parts and specialist back up and if you are looking for a big luxury classic, the Rover is better to drive and far more refined. However, if you can find a nicely maintained rust-free Fintail at a reasonable price, you will certainly have a very rare beast which should cause a lot of interest and hold its value over the years."
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