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    Rostyle Wheels From a Rover P5b

    Will the upper links at the back foul the wider tyres? The V8's are bent to accommodate them.
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    1971 Bridge Street, Walton Surrey

    Looks to be in a remarkably nice condition..... for a 6 year-old P6 back in the day! :LOL:
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    3.9L With new party frock

    Lovely cars :thumb: How do they end up with 'period' registration numbers?
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    Oily, dirty, happy

    Those sills look largely original - a very good sign :cool:
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    Hello from Fife

    Hello & welcome! Interesting combination of parts & good-looking with it. On the face of it, the non-opening rear quarterlights do date it as a '69 season car. It has been updated in the past, not only with side strips but with 'series 2' door handles too. Are those rear quarter panels vinyl...
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    "Hazel" - a series 1 V8 daily driver

    Hazel's rear wings are now getting a bit tired after a lot of use, the N/S one particularly: This one was subject to a bit of shunt damage all those years ago, so will probably get replaced as it doesn't fit that well any more. The other side is not as bad as this one, so will perhaps get a...
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    Bop-Bop-Bop...

    BOP has been running around a bit over the last few months without much fuss: It's still not quite a smooth as I think it should be & I've been meaning to give it a good service for a while (especially the carbs). However, a few days ago it started running roughly as if not firing on all...
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    OCC 469 - restoring & running a "sharkstooth" 2000

    ‘fraid so. I’m prepared to have a bit of a trade-off with an imperfect car - I can drive it occasionally when it’s wet. I won’t do salt anymore though.
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    Replacing your Rover

    Thank-you, but as I'm getting older it's a bit too much :(. P6s still aren't worth a huge amount, so it's not like I've got tens of £'000s tied up in them, hence keeping them doesn't matter too much. But maintaining them as reliable classics is a never-ending job, which is losing its shine a...
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    OCC 469 - restoring & running a "sharkstooth" 2000

    I've now finished hand polishing the passenger side doors: This was the rear door before I started (with a fair bit of 'orange peel'): & this is the completed door: As I say, I'll do a pass with a machine polisher which should improve it a bit more. It's not perfect, but overall the car...
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    Replacing your Rover

    Fortunately most days my commute is by foot, although when going out to see my work clients, I almost always take a P6. The drive is usually no more than a 40 mile round trip & often on lovely B-roads in East Yorkshire. However, over the last few years particularly, I have used my P6s less in...
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    Replacing your Rover

    We have an early Freelander 2 in good spec. It's not worth a candle but is a truly great all-rounder, whether taking rubbish to the tip or cruising the motorway & wouldn't really need anything else if we had to stick with one car. We bought it 7 years ago when we regularly towed a caravan...
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    rear bump stops

    That looks great! There must have been a few bump stops lying in the roads over the years, with all those that have fallen off ;)
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    Power steering crank pulley

    I have now amassed all the parts I need to put power steering on BOP except a crank pulley with the extra pulley for the PAS belt. Does anybody have one kicking around that they are prepared to sell, please? An alternative may be to get an SD1 version, but I'm not sure if it can be used as I...
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