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Old 5th July 2019, 14:10   #1
Sherrylee201
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Join Date: Jun 2019
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Exclamation SELLING Rover 75 CDT Contemporary SE Tourer Auto

Hello all,

My dad was a very proud owner of a Rover 75 CDT Contemporary SE Tourer Auto, in which he purchased with his inheritance from his mother. Dad was a paid member (and a proud one) up until recently. He has been to many meet-ups, helped others with their cars and had help himself.

Due to unforeseeable circumstances ratsalad (my dad) has become very ill and no longer responsive. Due to this i have recently became an addition to the 75 club - owning my very own however, this vehicle is not for me (for a number of reasons, including health) it is because of this I want to sell mine/dads (log books in my name now) vehicle.

I have met some lovely people here since joining and asking for help on this matter, and I hope one of you memebers will love this car as much as my dad did. He spent a lot of time, effort and love on her and I hope we can find her someone new to be with.

Car
Rover 75 CDT Contemporary SE,Tourer - Auto

Colour
Starlight Silver

Engine
2.0l CDT

Model
Contemporary SE

Model Year
2004

Mods
Bonnet release; Uprated (2 speed) fan; Plenum spyhole; Specialist Components Inline Thermostat Housing (92°C Stat fitted); Leather handbrake grip; Number plates and Grille badge; Torpedos; Pioneer DD and Kenwood (under glovebox) Subwoofer. LED side llights, number plate and courtesy lights; Lazy Indicator Mod; EGR Bypass; Stainless Steel Handbrake Compensator (Arctic); Digital Speedo; Two tone twin horns; FBH fitted.

Date of First Registration:
30/4/2004

Mileage: 115109

MOT + Status:
SORN - 11th September 2019

Town/City
Coventry

She has been very well treated and looked after, there really isn't much wrong with her, the only thing I can point out is a tear in the drivers seat upholstery. I will add a photograph of this.

£1000 - ONO

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