Cold War Motors 1963 Rover P5 Project

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I really recommend you watch this video by Cold War Motors, subscribe and stay tuned for updates. P5’s being restored are rare on YouTube, and Scott has a deep and genuine appreciation for old cars, so this will be good.

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