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Old 23rd June 2022, 17:00   #1
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Default LOVELY ROVER 75 2005 CDTi DIESEL AUTO 102K, LOTS SPENT, MOT Nov £1895 ono

LOVELY ROVER 75 2005 CDTi DIESEL AUTO 102K, LOTS SPENT, MOT until Nov

An enthusiast purchase earlier this year, bought to restore and drive on my holiday. Performed exceptionally in a 500-mile road trip to North Wales and averaged 45mpg according to the computer!

Much spent on it so far, but not used it much as as we have a few cars so it's gathering dust! It has the highline computer display, rain sensing wipers, black leather contemporary heated seats, parking sensors, etc. Everything works as far as I can see!

I will upload new photos when I've had it washed.

Upgrade works done so far (mainly by a Rover garage in Bristol, MJN Motors):
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- Well over £1000 spent in last few months.
- Fitted newer headlights with clear lenses.
- New Borg and Beck Front pads and discs fitted
- Upgraded radiator fan gold resistor fitted.
- Intercooler O rings checked while bumper was off (not corroded/damaged at all).
- EGR bypass fitted, which prevents gunk build up in the inlet manifold!
- Brand new original thermostat (not the cheap top hose one) fitted, engine runs at correct temp now.
- Full engine and oil service kit by DMGRS fitted with fully synthetic oil, air, oil, fuel and pollen filters replaced.
- New rear light seals (sorted the slight rain leak in boot)
- New stereo fitted with remote.
- New windscreen fitted.
- Plenum drain hole cleared and modified to prevent blockage
- New PCV filter and gaskets fitted
- T4 diagnostic session, everything running as normal including fan at all speeds.
- Underneath has been wirebrushed and undersealed by Rover club garage in Bristol.
- Tyre protectors fitted (front)

- New tyres all round on the original wheels.
- I've fitted smaller crown wheels with 4 new Michelin tyres on, but will come with either set to your preference.

POSSIBLY TO DO for MOT in November:
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- Front droplink (Original part supplied)
- Rear engine mount (DMGRS part supplied)
- Rear springs (DMGRS springs supplied)


Other things to do when necessary:
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- Drivers side window scratched (parts supplied)
- Small rust bubble on side window central black strip
- Check fuse for driver seat adjustment
- Computer display has some pixelation

Any questions, please ask.
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