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Rover P4 105 (1956-1959) Stainless Steel Exhaust System

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Rover P4 105 (1956-1959) Stainless Steel Exhaust System

Front Pipe GEX1201 SSRR44
Connecting Pipe GEX1202 SSRR31
Rear Silencer GEX3175 SSRR32
Tailpipe GEX3176 SSRR33


Part of the 'P4' range, the Rover 105 was introduced in 1956, using the 2.6 litre engine from the Rover 90, producing 108 hp. Both 105 models (the 105R and 105S) also featured the exterior changes of the rest of the range announced a month earlier. The 105S featured separate front seats, a cigar lighter, chromed wheel trim rings and twin Lucas SFT 576 spotlamps. To minimise the cost of the 105R, these additional items were not standard, however they were provided on the 105R De Luxe.

The 105R featured a "Roverdrive" automatic transmission. This unit was designed and built by Rover and at the time was the only British-built automatic transmission. This unit was actually a two-speed automatic with an overdrive unit for a total of three forward gears. The 105S made do with a manual transmission and could reach a top speed of 101 mph.

Production of the 105 line ended in 1958 for the 105R and 1959 for the manual transmission 105S, 10,781 had been produced, two-thirds with the manual transmission option. For 1959 the manual model was described simply as a 105 and the trim and accessory level was reduced to match the other models. When the Rover 100 was announced in October 1959 it was described as the replacement for the Rover 90 and the Rover 105.

This stainless steel exhaust system is designed to fit the Rover 105 with 2.6 litre petrol engine, in production between 1956 and 1959. The system comprises front pipe (Double S part reference SSRR44), connecting pipe (SSRR31), rear silencer (SSRR32) and tailpipe (SSRR33).

This product is made to order and normally takes 4 weeks to manufacture.