[ROVERNET - UK] Moving to texas
relliott44 at yahoo.com
Thu Dec 21 02:44:11 GMT 2006
Thank you for the intro, Kent.
Al, I wish to welcome you to Dallas! I hope that you
are able to bring your cars. I know that you'll soon
find that the D/FW area already has autos aplenty but
definitely not enough Rovers.
In my recollection of P6 sitings and trivia in Texas:
- There was the Rev. Hooks who dealt in used P6's for
a number of years. He had several cars in the late
- A beautiful TC in Arden green that surprised me on
the side street where I resided in Austin, circa 1982.
- A red P6B in the parking lot of LTV in Grand
Prairie, circa 1980. I asked the lady passenger to
start the motor so I could listen to it. She happily
- A blue-label TC seen off Military Parkway in
Mesquite, also 1980.
- A 2200 in Almond, somewhere in Dallas, probably
- Then there are the P6s that Kent has already
- I used to see SD1s about but it has been quite a
long time since the last one.
The local dealer for Rovers was called Precision
Motors. It was the origin of my blue-label. The
dealership later reverted to BMW. The building still
stands at Harry Hines and IH 635 but is now an x-rated
Keep us informed and let me know if I can help out.
1970 NADA P6B Tobacco Leaf
--- Kent Kinard <kkinard at wcc.net> wrote:
> On Sun, 17 Dec 2006 09:36:21 -0500
> "Ali Al-Abbasi" <alialabbasi at hotmail.com> wrote:
> > Kent
> > I've been looking at storage options for my cars
> in the
> >DFW area and I'm amazed at how inexpensive
> workshops are
> >to rent (800sq/ft for $425 with a 220v supply).
> I currently pay $125/mo for 1800 sq. ft.
> There are lots of nice things about Texas:-)
> > The car now starts and runs, the master cylinder
> >rebuilding and I need to paint and under seal it.
> >this, I'm left with rebuilding the interior, doing
> >electrics and replacing the rubber which is still a
> >chunk of work. I doubt that it would be ready by
> >but I would love to meet you at the White Rock lake
> April it is, then. Let me know what you need, and
> do be
> in touch with Richard.
> Kent K.
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