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Old 22nd July 2023, 21:47   #1
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Default My last Rover V8

This is my last Rover V8, a truly fantastic car 3.9 ltr, fuel injected rocket ship.
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Old 23rd July 2023, 09:55   #2
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Looks a beaut.
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Very nice car, and looks very new. Not many in this country I never see a left hind drive.
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Very nice car, and looks very new. Not many in this country I never see a left hind drive.
Thanks, I didnt keep it for long, it was written off in about 1990, then moved onto Range Rovers, had 12 of them now, mainly V8's, now looking for a 75 as a project car.
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Old 25th July 2023, 23:25   #6
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Thanks, I didnt keep it for long, it was written off in about 1990, then moved onto Range Rovers, had 12 of them now, mainly V8's, now looking for a 75 as a project car.
I still have a 1980 Rover V8S inherited from my father. Genuine 29,000 on the clock, but not well screwed together. He moved on to a Jaguar Sovereign 4.2 and the Rover got ignored. I have never bonded with it, although it was pretty fast in the day and economical (26mpg on a run). Really ought to move it on!
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