[ROVERNET - UK] New member / Looking for P6
v8rover at earthlink.net
Sat Oct 1 06:51:44 BST 2005
Are you looking for a car that is ready to drive or a project car? I know
of a 3500S in Los Angeles that supposedly runs but needs transmission work.
It has been idle for several years and the paint is deteriorating from the
hot SoCal sun but the car is straight, no rust, and seems to be all in one
piece. Not sure it is for sale but can hook you up with the owner if you
Until recently Duane Kennard (also here in the Los Angeles area) had at
least six 3500S models plus huge quantities of parts but he has since
shipped most of his stock off to the UK. He may still have some parts left
and I can also put you in contact with him should you get to that point.
----- Original Message -----
From: "George Phelps" <mrpink703 at yahoo.com>
To: <rovernet at lyris.ccdata.com>
Sent: Friday, September 30, 2005 6:32 PM
Subject: [ROVERNET - UK] New member / Looking for P6
> Hey guys, new to the list and wanted to say hello. I
> signed up as I am looking for a solid 3500 to use as a
> daily driver. A 2200 would be ok as well, but I was
> wondering if engine parts for that were more difficult
> to come by than for the good old V8?
> In any event, I would appreciate any advice on where
> to find one. I have found the Canadian Rover clubs
> and, obviously, this list, also I know of the usual
> suspects cctol.com, etc, anywhere else I should be
> looking? Also any advice on trying to bring one over
> from England? I don't have any contacts there so it
> seems a little risky, but would be interested in any
> ideas/contacts. Thanks for the help you have already
> provided and any in the future.
> BTW - Crazy Rays, a pick your own part place in
> Baltimore, has two 2000TCs for sale (whole cars only,
> not parts) for $800 and $1200. Pretty ratty and
> rusted, but might be good for parts for someone.
> Boyds, Maryland
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