Coming soon Colin and Karen Moss's Tc Project!
the boss p6
Group member Edwin Mrcavic, from Sydney, has restored and modified his P6b- definitely looks the goods and sounds tough too! Definitely a car that will attract attention and goes to show, if you are handy on the tools, just what you can do with a base model P6!
A bit about Edwin's Baby!
What truly surprises me is every time I take it out for a drive are the looks, positive comments, thumbs up and general chit chat it creates. Such a wonderful car.
I'm the 3rd owner of this 1976 3.5 litre Rover P6b ,originally the car was delivered and resided in Victoria, driven for a number of years and later locked away for many more years. The second owner found it in a sorry state, needed quite a bit of work to get is roadworthy. This particular P6B is the 8th last known P6B officially delivered to Australia from the New Zealand assembly plant, the other 7 cars are not known to any club registers in Australia making it the last known P6B. The car has been modified quite a bit but all modifications were done so that it could, if desired, be brought back to original specs.
- Cold air induction,
- Holley 600 vac secondaries carburetor,
- Edelbrock 4 barrel manifold
- Electronic ignition
- 16" thermo fan
- 2.5" exhaust system
- Toyota Supra 5 speed
- Jaguar XJS LSD differential
- Jaguar 4 pot front brake calipers
- Custom 300mm vented and slotted front discs
- 16" Jeep Grand Cherokee Wheels
- GAZ adjustable shocks
- Polybushed suspension
- HD springs, 1" lowered in the front, standard height in the rears
- 21mm Anti roll bar.
- A number of Auto meter gauges to keep a good eye on the engine
- Moto-lita wood grain steering wheel.
- Recaro bucket seats, which I sway out every now and then when I've got special events to attend to.