Rover 75 Connoisseur Limousine (LWB) LJ03 WCC

Rover 75 Connoisseur  Limousine

This particular car was first registered to the Mayor for the City of London in 2003 and belonged to the Westminster City Council for 11 years until 2014 when it went into private ownership with a Rover enthusiast. The number plate is unique and was ordered especially reflecting that the car was not only registered in London but also had the council’s initials on the number plate of WCC.

It also had a factory fitted LPG tank when new which meant the car could be either driven on its super smooth 2.5 V6 petrol engine or use LPG. The car can automatically switch from LPG to petrol so has dual fuel capability.

Not many of these LWB (Long wheelbase) Limousines survive and were only made for a short period of time by Rover and were also known as the 75 Vanden Plas. This was a name synonymous with British Motoring heritage and associated with being elite in the production of its cars.  

The car’s coachwork is finished in Raven Black with a special Royal Burgundy leather interior fitted when new and has all the refinements of the Rover 75 Connoisseur range, which meant it had every optional extra fitted.

The car is very comfortable to ride in and can seat five including the driver. It’s extra long wheelbase and rear compartment means extra legroom for it’s passengers to be driven in regal style and comfort.

This beautiful and very rare British vehicle would make a great Wedding car for the Bride and Groom, the Bridesmaids or an additional vehicle to transport your guests on your special occasion.

Special packages can be arranged when booking this vehicle with one of our Classic London Taxis for your special day.

Rover 75 Connoisseur  Limousine