'72 - '74 Leyland (Australia) P76. The shape was penned by Giovanni Michelotti. The entry-level P76 featured a 2623 cc 6-cylinder engine. The top-of-the-line featured an aluminium alloy 4416 cc V8 unit unique to the P76, and was a derivative of the ex-Buick V8 that was powering the Rover 3500.
1974 Leyland P76 Targa Florio The car achieved success in the 1974 World Cup Rally- winning the Targa Florio section and placing 13th overall. Leyland Australia celebrated this victory by releasing a limited edition Targa Florio model: the V8 Super with Limited slip Diff, sports wheels and steering wheel, as well as special paintwork, including side stripes.-