[ROVERNET - UK] So why is it so hard to find a Rover in the U S?
s_manwell at alum.swarthmore.edu
Fri May 19 01:56:42 BST 2006
I'm with Kent here -- there are many more Rovers in the US than one
would think. A lot of them need work though, and they are spread
somewhat thin across a large country.
I find that the best Rovers present themselves when I have no garage
space or just after I have spent a lot of money on body work on a Rover
that's already in the garage.
Al, what type of Rover would you like? I'll bet among the Rovernet and
RSTCA network you could find at least a good project car from each major
model range from P2 to 800/Sterling. Probably several from each range
except P2 and P3. Between Dad and me, we have a bit of an inventory
problem too. Probably at least one each P4, P5 and P6 should be
considered surplus from our fleet.
Speaking of surplus, maybe we should start a thread about Rover *parts*
in the US...
Kent Kinard wrote:
> I beg to differ guys. I haven't seen Dirk actually post an inventory,
> but he doesn't collect junk like I do.
> I would be much better off if I wasn't a sucker for any Rover within
> 500 miles. If you are looking for a project, you can have anything
> I've got except the P5B Coupe...and maybe the P6B. Nothing I've got
> is really pretty.
> Kent K.
> Paul Smith wrote:
>> You've hit the nail Ali.
>> Alvin has All the SD1s, Kent has the rest.
>> -----Original Message-----
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>> [mailto:rovernet-bounces at lyris.ccdata.com]On Behalf Of Ali Al-Abbasi
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>> Apart from Kent having them all?
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