I have recently purchased a Triumph Stag fitted with a Rover V8 . It appears to be a 1972 or later by engine numbers, perhaps someone there can enlighten me? The engine no, is 42517258C.
I have a situation that mistifies me that someone might pass a comment on. I can run the car in the garage for half an hour and there will be one or 2 drops of oil from rear main. After a run of about 10km it leaves a puddle of oil.
Hi chris we haven't spoke before I just bought a p6 3500 not got it home yet
I put up on here for someone to look things over when I get the car maybe do some work on it step by step kind of thing .can you recommend anyone as I'm moving to kempston next week
returning member, to old to mention, I live in Thurrock Essex England, working on a sad P6 3500, (this needs a wheel stud and nut, to any friendly breaker)
My first venture into Classic cars, 1958 at 18, gave that away for free. not so easy climbing under cars nowadays, any member in reach, with a welder can earn a cup of coffee
morning Rich. With the recent chat about seat belt testing would it be an idea to put a link to the testers manual somewhere as a sticky so everyone can look at the requirments , it would be up to date with current testing. anyway just a thought. keep up the good work you do. regards Nick
Hi David , just checking , are you sorted with the 3500 you were looking for some time ago .
I have a 1972 P6 3500 that may be coming up for sale within the next few weeks.. quite a nice looker (arn't they all ) in a superb blue .
Stainless steel exhaust .. and the Webasco roof. less than 70.000 miles … based in the Midlands .