Spot On 157SL Rover 3 Litre


This model is in Beige with off white seats, windows, silver wheels and black tyres. It also is the “lights version” and has a battery compartment in base. Complete with lighting assembly instructions and model collectors card.

Spot On made by Triang were originally launched in 1959 produced in Belfast Northern Ireland. Their production was short lived and ceased when Triang bought dinky toys in 1967. Today they are highly sought after models by the collector. Good boxes are even harder to find as the construction was not as strong as those of competitor makers.


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Item Condition
Item Condition

Near Mint - Could include small marks or chips from mint. 
Any touch-ins are always 
clearly stated.
(All items graded out of 5)

Item Condition

Paintwork has a lovely bright sheen. Model has some box rubbing on raised edges with particular emphasis on the left side around door panels. Other than this only occasional tiny nicks. Silvering, tyres, windows and base all fine.

So hard to find these Spot On models in great condition but this one is close. Very presentable for show. Note; Model has not been tested with batteries for lights therefore, no guarantee they still operate.

Box Condition
Box Condition

Excellent - Possible re-attached flaps or some bigger flap tears. May include one or more of the faults as in the above grade.
(All items graded out of 5)

Box Condition

Complete with all flaps. 2 side flaps have been taped for strengthening. Price sticker on one end. No defacing and very presentable.

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