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The Zagato-bodied P6 2000 TCZ was one of the main attractions on the Rover Sport Register’s stand at the NEC. It was a classic show debut for the striking coupé, which formed part of the 10-club celebration of Rover’s heritage.
The 2000 TCZ was created by the Italian coachbuilder in 1966, the two-door coupé, styled by Ercole Spada, and shown at the Turin Motor Show in 1967, has already made an appearance at this year’s Salon Privé, and joined other RSR members’ cars such as a 1906 Rover 6HP and a 1949 P3 75.
Mike Maher, Rover Sport Register chairman, said: ‘The car’s been known to our club for a while and it’s great to have it at the NEC. It’s a totally unique vehicle and definitely a coup not only to have it on our stand, but in the Rover Village.
‘It was also, we understand, considered by Cubby Broccoli as a car which would have appeared in a Bond film, so it ties in perfectly with the show theme this year of cars from the world of film and TV.’
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