Fw: [ROVERNET - UK] So why is it so hard to find a Rover in the U S?

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Fri May 19 18:23:57 BST 2006

I'm not dead yet...

On 19/05/06, Ben Rodgers <irishrover at netscape.ca> wrote:
> born in Belfast, Northern Ireland,
> Author of "lily and me" a great book and a great read .
> Order on line at amazon.com. Book # ISBN1-55430-019-3
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "S Manwell" <s_manwell at alum.swarthmore.edu>
> .
> >
> > Speaking of surplus, maybe we should start a thread about Rover *parts*
> > in the US...
> >
> Hi Steve
>              How about a surplus Rover parts thread in US which includes
> Canada!!! I have a barn full of bits and pieces almost all Rover!  Prices
> are good too, most of the parts I would gladly donate free.
> There are a lot of Rovers in and around Atlantic Canada, here on PEI I know
> of three TC's one SC and my P5 plus a few Land Rovers. In Newfoundland its
> possible to spot a Land Rover in many a back yard, and even cars are often
> seen. New Brunswick likewise has quite a few Rovers,  one is a 1938 P2 12HP,
> but its too pricey $10,000 and its been off the road for at least twenty
> years! Nova Scotia has a L/Rover club and there are a few cars that I'm
> aware of.
> Nevertheless, I sometimes wonder if we are a dying breed?? how many new and
> young Rover enthusiast are joining our ranks these days??????
>                       Regards  Ben.
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