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1969 Rover 3500 Police MkI [P6B]

1969 Rover 3500 MkI [P6B] in Loot, Movie, 1970 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: UK

1969 Rover 3500 Police MkI [P6B]

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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Bebert FR

2007-06-29 10:22

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Alexander DE

2007-06-29 10:52

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It is the 3.5 litre engined P6B version from 1968, known in the beginning as the 'Rover Three Thousand Five'. In 1970 the name was changed to 'Rover 3500'.

bent8rover UK

2007-06-29 15:02

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Yes, it was marketed as 'Three Thousand Five', but the label on the body was always '3500' throughout the P6B history. So I think we should label this '3500' to be consistent with the others on the database.

WMP 982G was also used in episodes of:
The Protectors /vehicle_39029-Rover-3500-P6B-1968.html
The Persuaders /vehicle.php?id=59299
and in Le Silencieux /vehicle_76767-Rover-3500-P6B-1968.html

Alexander DE

2007-06-29 15:29

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bent8rover wrote Yes, it was marketed as 'Three Thousand Five', but the label on the body was always '3500' throughout the P6B history. So I think we should label this '3500' to be consistent with the others on the database. ...

We should try to be correct, not consistent, if consistency means keeping errors.

antp BE

2007-06-29 15:41

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I do not think that mixing numbers and letters is a good idea just to do like the ads of the time of the car (those are just ads...)
They used various writing styles, that sometimes changed without real reason except that the commercial people found that it looked better, but the name is still the same at the end.
Using numbers is not really an "error" for me. Long model names written in letters rather than number are not very easy to handle/read/sort/find etc.
There are various makes for which we used numbers instead of letters. For example the Cadillac series models.

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dsl SX

2014-08-25 13:20

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An old friend - /vehicle_582022-Rover-3500-P6B-1968.html etc

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