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• 2001 Rover R40 75 Connoisseur
Excellent condition. V6 2.5L.
186,000 km
Registered to July 2019, Registration DCP 88X
Plenty of luxury features. Beautiful to drive with lots of power.
Interior is almost immaculate.
• Asking price | $5,000
• Contact | Scott Parker | Mobile | 0418 860 747
Email | [email protected]
Car is located at Gillieston Heights, NSW

06/12 NM



• 2010 Land Rover Freelander 2  HSE TD4 | 4WD
Engine: 4 cyl, 2.2L, Turbo diesel
Registered to June 2019
29,210 Km
Colour: Baltic Blue (dark blue)
Consumption: 7L / 100km
Registration No:  BNL 52V
Full leather
Sat Nav
Speed monitor
Reversing camera
Parking sensors
Folding side mirrors
Security system
Nudge bar
Tinted windows
Running boards
Mudflaps – front & rear
Battery charger (on board)
One owner
Log books / service history (typically every 5,000km)
Original 2011 purchase price $65,584 + ORC
Comment: This vehicle is a well maintained, well optioned, low Km and economical vehicle.
• Asking price | $ 25,000 negotiable
• Contact | Keith Beale | Phone | 02 9747 2925



1974 Rover P6B 3500

Purchased in 1978 from the second owner at 70,602 km
Fitted with tow bar and Trailer brakes power unit.
Continental boot lid fitted.
Hitachi air conditioning.
Lumenition Optronic ignition fitted 1983 at 141,200km.
SD1 Alloy Wheels and good tyres.
Converted from engine driven mechanical fuel pump to dual electric fuel pumps.[main and reserve supplies] in 1984 at 149,974 km
Engine was fully rebuilt in 1988 at 200,000 km
Professionally spray painted in 1989 at 211,400 km
Brakes, drag link, brake booster service and hoses in 2006 at Denis Barr Automotive at 285,900 km.
Log books and receipts available covers most work done.
Driver’s handbook,
Rover Repair Operations Manual.
Rover 3500 parts Manual.
Collection of spares including parking light lens and differential gear set, radiator hoses.
No rust, No oil leaks.
Spare Rover V8 engine.
Currently on historic registration (not transferrable)
Has attended many Rover rallies in NSW, Victoria, South Australia and Western Australia Rally West in 1982 probably one of a few P6B’s towing a caravan.
This is the end of an era sale; all Rover items must go and are included in the sale price.
• VIN 45303300E |  Engine No. 451138680
• Price | Offers around $7,750 will be considered and subject to negotiation.
• Contact | Graham Larmour | Phone |  02  9790 5074 or
email | [email protected]



1933 Rover Speed 20, Hastings Coupe – the last one.

As a few of you may know, I took on this once in a lifetime project from my father (Edward Nixon). In July 2015 I flew to Hahndorf, SA and drove back to Muswellbrook, NSW with what we now know as the last remaining 1933 Rover Speed 20 – Hastings Coupe in tow. From then until now I have slowly chipped away at the restoration of this vehicle, making sure that each part and section was meticulously restored. A list of some of the restoration to date in no particular order is below:

  • Chassis sandblasted and professionally painted
  • Spoke wheels stripped and painted
  • Steering box reconditioned
  • Front Rover badge re glassed and fired in the UK
  • SU carbies reconditioned and tuned
  • Engine running and in good order:
  • Dash dials beautifully restored
  • Brand new fuel tank modelled from the original
  • All chrome parts ‘show chromed’
  • Paint stripped from the aluminium body
  • Lucas P100 headlights re mirrored and chromed
  • Radiator cleaned with thermostat fins now working
  • Shock absorbers professionally restored and manufactured
  • Window lifters restored and springs realigned
  • Brake booster restored in the late 80’s
  • Original union joint found in WA, returned and re milled – a story in itself!
  • Klaxon horn restored
  • All interior wood re stained and ready to go
  • Original leather interior can be used to model final trim
  • Various missing parts re-milled ready for final fit
  • An assumed 95% of parts are with the vehicle
  • A report I have written on the history of this car can be viewed on Dropbox here:

or Google Drive here:

The above has so far cost me in excess of $25,000. I have most receipts and proof of purchases.

The restoration has now come to a halt due to financial, time and space restraints. Edward is now in a nursing home as his dementia has taken over his life. The Speed 20 is in a storage locker in Muswellbrook as we do not have any garage space at our new home in Newcastle.

What I am worried about is that all the good work that has been done so far goes to waste. If this vehicle sits around for a few years, some of these restored items may need to be redone. Thus we need to keep the momentum of this restoration going.

I am looking for somebody keen to purchase this amazing vehicle and finish the project. I don’t want to see this project stall as it is such an important and exciting historic vehicle.

I am more than happy for interested parties to view the vehicle. Photos showing the current state of the car as well as some of the restoration to date are seen in my report.

Please contact me (Chris Nixon) on 0438 388 717 or email [email protected] for further information.

Looking for $70,000 or near offer. Hoping to keep it in Australia but will look at the Worldwide market if no interest here. You will not find another one!





Transform the handling of your P6 / P6B with a modified (larger diameter) anti-sway bar.
Stop it cornering like a “fat Labrador”.
Quite a few members have already fitted these modified bars from Triggs Motors.
Simple to fit – undo 4 bolts, remove the old bar, fit the new bar, tighten 4 bolts.
The club has one available for members.
• Cost is $250
• Contact: Richard Dalziel | P: 02-9489-3553 | M: 0412-709-228
Email | [email protected]    


Large selection of
Rover P3, P4, P5, P6, SD1, R40 ’75’ & 400/800 Series Parts

• Large selection of P3, P4, P5, P6, SD1, R40’75’ and 400/800 Series parts including panels, trim, and mechanical.
Engines and auto gearboxes also available. Too much to list. Am trying to reduce my holdings and figure some of this stuff may be better off in other people’s sheds, or better still, used for renovating your car!
Items are located near Queanbeyan (Canberra region).
• Contact |  Chris | mobile | 0413 996 481
email | [email protected]


Large selection of Rover P5, Some P6B & SD1 Parts

• Download parts listing:
Rover Parts For Sale Stuart Rigby PDF
• Items are located at Kiama.

Contact | Stuart Rigby | Mobile | 0431 473 825
Email |
[email protected]



New South Wales & Australian Capital Territory