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Old 8th March 2011, 23:58   #31
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Do these carry the registration mark or are they the type with the large Rover 75 logo occupying that space?
Large 75 logo on a (iirc) black plate
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Old 9th March 2011, 00:20   #32
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Hmm, as nice as I'm sure that would look, I would have thought that the single most unique feature of OVP would have been it's early build and registration, so would it not be better for the car to display it's registration rather than hiding it?

Perhaps a new set could be made with the MG Rover Group logo on them as mentioned in another thread?.....just a thought.
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Old 9th March 2011, 00:32   #33
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Hmm, as nice as I'm sure that would look, I would have thought that the single most unique feature of OVP would have been it's early build and registration, so would it not be better for the car to display it's registration rather than hiding it?

Perhaps a new set could be made with the MG Rover Group logo on them as mentioned in another thread?.....just a thought.
The latter sounds good to me Although purists would prefer to see the original plates on her, but I can see both points of views.

At the Calne meet I donated my steering wheel to OVP as apparently it has the black MG ZT one fitted, which is not original. So it will need a smokestone Airbag cover to suit as well.... Anyone got one to donate?

Good to see things moving on her now that Christopher has taken up the reins
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Old 9th March 2011, 11:38   #34
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Ah. That means it has two. I donated a smokestone wheel last October which should be with the car at LAtes cos thats where I delivered it !! No airbag cover though
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Sound like we may have another raffle prize on our hands for September then

As for the airbag, Messenger has told me he has one he will gladly donate to the old girl, so thanks for that Corin.
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Also Paul I will donate a CD by Tele Atlas of the United Kingdom Ireland +major roads of Eurooe 2009/2010 brand new still sealed I will pass it on to you at the POL
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For the September raffle I take it Derek, as OVP doesn't do Highline Sat Nav
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Ah. That means it has two. I donated a smokestone wheel last October which should be with the car at LAtes cos thats where I delivered it !! No airbag cover though
Make that Three, I donated one at the Gaydon National
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