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Classified Advertising with the P6 Rover Owners Club
The P6 News is a bi-monthly magazine distributed to over 800 of our members and your advertisement will also appear on the Club website for 2 months. Below are the advertisement costs for non-members.

Colour Photograph Advertisement:
Size: 128mm x 60mm includes wording - £20.00 per issue
Up to 5 photographs can be added to the website.
 
Lineage Advertisement:
Up to 80 words - £7.00 per issue.
 
The P6 News magazine is published February, April, June, August, October & December.
Your advertisement and payment must be received before the 21st of the month prior to publication.
Alternatively it can be added to the website at any time and will last for 2 months.
Advertisements can be sent by email or by using the pdf form below.
Cheques should be made payable to: 'P6 ROVER OWNERS CLUB' and sent to the Club address below or you can also pay via Paypal by sending payment to editor@p6roc.com
 
Deborah Stanley - P6 Rover Owners Club
Tel: 01484 607772  Email: editor@p6roc.com
Wood Nook Farm, 2 Huddersfield Road, Shelley, Huddersfield HD8 8HJ

To submit a classified advertisement by post please complete the PDF form below. 

Classified Advert Form [260Kb]

1969 Federal 3500S
Description
Imported a number of years ago from San Francisco, it's a verifiable 22,000 mile car. I've been underneath it as the fuel had gone off (again) and changed the fuel pump, and although I haven't been able to take some proper pictures of the base unit it's right up there with my own car. It's simply one of the best base-units in the UK at the moment. Never welded, it doesn't need welding and if it's to be used in the UK it will need some sort of protection (waxoyl treament) because it's just as it left the factory. The interior is very good, as you'd expect on a car with this mileage. Specification wise it's the bare minimum specification, it doesn't have a radio, tinted glass or air-conditioning but otherwise has all the Federal goodness such as electric windows, side impact beams, icelert, original oil/amp gauge, switchgear, quarterlight adjusters and so forth. Under to bonnet everything is there, so carbon canisters and the original carburettors with the spring loaded needles (I suggest replacing them, the pistons and the jets for standard TTF items to regain performance). Moving on - paint and chrome. Paint is quite good, and original through out with the original pin-stripe above the stainless side trim. It has had a sideswipe of sorts, which left some damage on the front wing, rear wing and rear door. The rear door has been replaced with an original 3500S door (window mechanism, closed quarterlight) in an off-colour. This does let the car down and makes it look worse than it actually is. The rest of the bodywork is fine, but after 50 years could do with a cosmetic respray and the removal of a number of dents. Chrome is good useable, but not perfect. Bumpers are straight and undamaged. Engine, it fires up easily, doesn't leak and runs nicely, smooth and it sounds powerful. AED has been replaced by a new, functioning unit from Burlen. New breather hoses, flametraps, points and so forth. Car runs and drives, but could do with re-commissioning of the brakes at some point. Would only need cosmetics. No welding or engine/gearbox work required. Asking price £7,000. Located in Paignton, Devon - Tel: 07551 707070

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