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Rover 2000 TCZ Concept (1967)

Category : Concept Cars 1930-2004, Rover, Zagato · by Mar 10th, 2015

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This Zagato-styled concept created by Sig. Ercole Spada and revealed in at the Turin Motor Show in 1967, was never seriously considered for production – and that is a shame. Look closely and you will see that the standard Rover P6 radiator grille and headlights were used! David Bache had also been working on a coupe version of the P6 during the mid-Sixties (codename “Gladys”), with the intention of launching the car as an Alvis – thereby instigating an upmarket form of badge-engineering.

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