Last december I bought a 1975 P6 3500 automatic in Tobacco leaf. The MOT was expired but it was driveable.
A few weeks ago I have started to get it ready for MOT.
The parking brake did not work and when I investigated it turned out the brake pads were very worn so I have changed these. Such a...
Last friday my ´64 P6 failed its MOT for the first time in 5 years :cry:
First just before it went into the service bay the indicators stopped working (they were fine on the way to the MOT station). It turned out to be a bad connection at the fuse which I could easily repair.
The MOT went fine...
From April 25th to May 2nd we have planned a holiday in Dorset and our P6 will be our means of transport.
I have read that on April 27th it is also "drive-it-day".
Does anyone of you know of a classic car event we can visit in this period, it would be nice to see some other P6´s too.
After losing almost al brake fluid the last time I drove the P6 it was time for a rebuild. It was leaking, sometimes, a very small amount of brake fluid from the lefthand side front caliper for some time, but it suddenly got worse.
Luckily I had ordered the rebuild kit some time ago. My 1964 P6...
Today, during an event of the Rover Club Holland, our P6 reached the 00000 milestone :D !
If we keep using the P6 as we have the last 3 years it will be another 25 years before this happens again :roll:
I want to check if the ignition coil of my 2000 SC is wired up the right way but I do not recognise the codes that are at the connection points so hopefully one of you can help.
The connections are marked B and D. Can anybody tell me what these letters mean or which is + and which is -?
Today I went to a meeting of the Dutch Rover club.
On my way back to home I toke a back road and this is what I met half way.
A small country lane, horseman with dogs and a Rover P6. How English is this!?!
Yesterday we had a meeting of the Dutch Rover Owners Club, it was lovely, sunny and warm weather so a good day to bring out the P6. Gave it a quick polish on saterday and sunday we went to the german border near Arnhem.
When we were almost there, on the motorway, a loud bang and the windscreen...
After reading (and enjoying) this forum for sometime now, I though it was time to register and become a member.
My name is Kees Buijs and I am from Holland. The P6 I have now, I bought in November 2009. In the nineties I also had P6´s but had been without them for more then 10 years.