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• 1968 Rover P5B Coupé
• Chassis Number | 84600148C
• Engine Number | 10A09662
• Club Plate Number | 62884H (not transferrable)
All in reasonable condition and can be used “as is” or a “restore as you drive” project.
Replaced: rear springs, all shocks, full stainless exhaust, carpets, most rubbers and seals (not around the glass).
Chrome all good (not perfect).
Auto-box professionally rebuilt and upgraded.
Using SD1 V8 engine which runs well enough (no smoke or noises), but rebuilding and fitting the original engine (which is complete and included) is an obvious future option. Has electronic ignition, electric cooling fan and electric fuel-pump.
Just passed the annual safety check for club-rego with no issues.
Lots of odd spares can be included.
Price | asking $7,500
Contact | Gordon Kearley | Email: [email protected] Mobile: 0448 440 517



FOR SALE | 1994 ROVER 214 SLi

• 1994 Rover 214 SLi
• Registration: CHR33X (first registered in the UK as L946TSL)
Was personally imported from by its current owner in 2012 and is believed to be the only example of this model registered in New South Wales and possibly in the whole of Australia.
• Current genuine mileage 43,000 (69,000 Kms).
• Garaged in Kew, NSW
• Price | Asking $2,500
Contact | ROC Member Mike Austin | Mobile | 0478 932 745
Email | [email protected]



FOR SALE | 1958 ROVER 90

• 1958 Rover 90 Saloon
• Chassis Number | 611800159
Green with beige interior.
Strong 6 cylinder engine.
4 speed manual gearbox.
Older restoration that has been in storage for some time.
Excellent chrome. Good tyres.
Price | $2,500.
Located near Canberra.
Contact | Chris | mobile | 0413 996 481
email | [email protected]




• 1970 Rover Three Thousand Five P6B
• VIN / Chassis Number: 42601063F
• Engine Number: 42516182C

Last registered and driven in 2002 and has been sitting idle since, although it was started a few years later, just in and out of the garage.
There are now a fair few rust spots and I think that will be the biggest time consumer in any restoration.
The mechanics will probably recover fairly quickly in the hands of a competent mechanic.
Best offer will take it away.
It will require a flatbed truck or car trailer to relocate the vehicle.
• Location | Forster NSW 2428.
• Contact | David Chapman | Mobile | 0406 997 718
Email | [email protected]

30/07 NM



• 2005 Rover R40 75 V8 Connoisseur
• New South Wales Registration | CL 04 SB
Registered until March 2020

There are only 2 Rover 75 V8s in Australia. Less than 150 were built before MG Rover went into receivership.

This car has about 146,000 km on the clock and is a beautiful metallic Royal Blue in colour. The Rover 75 V8 has a factory fitted Ford Mustang V8 of 4.6 litres pushing it. Unlike the Rover 75 V6, it is rear wheel drive.

The transmission is automatic.

This is probably the only Rover 75 V8 or MG ZT V8 in the world that has had it’s air conditioning system properly sorted. Stuart Ratcliffe of the MG centre did this job for me. Not only has the original poor air conditioning design been sorted out, it also has a new compressor. The heating / air conditioning is as good as it is going to get.

The total amount of money spent on this was about $4,000.

The car has a new alternator and battery.

It is in use at least once a week and sometimes twice. It has always been kept under cover.

A GPS is part of the sound system.

Surprisingly the car handles like a sports car but rides like the luxury car that it is.

The upholstery is in excellent condition and the head lining is new.

There is a paint blemish on the roof.  No car is perfect.
I am selling this car with considerable reluctance.

In the 2 1/2 years I have owned this car I have only put about 4,500 km on it.  Someone should use it more and use the considerable power it has to offer. It is my hope that this car stays in New South Wales and that a club member buys it who will appreciate it and cherish it. Therefore, the Rover 75 V8 is being advertised in the club magazine first so that members may have a temporary advantage over others who may wish to purchase it.

• Price | $29,000
• Contact | Paul Corey | Phone | 02 9871 7647




• 1951 Rover 75 Saloon

I am reluctantly offering “The Cyclops” for sale, after 47 years of ownership. This was my first car. I have a full history of the car from new, having met three of the previous four owners. I have log books and a full service history for the past 47 years, including receipts.

The history of this car has been well documented over the past several decades in Freewheeling. In the past few years, I have carried out significant restoration, including a back-to-bare-metal respray in acrylic lacquer and a rebore / line bore with new pistons, rings and bearings. The car has always been garaged and, though not a concours car, it had been well maintained.

• six-cylinder engine rebored, new bearings about 3000 miles ago
• four-speed gearbox with freewheel but no syncromesh on 1st or 2nd, rebuilt with new parts by Ian Coupland a few years ago
• 3.9 (3 Litre) diff (though the original 4.3 diff is in good condition)
• Four-wheel hydraulic brakes
• Good upholstery (Jaguar vinyl)
• Excellent chrome
• Good tyres (cross-ply 6.70 x 15”)
• Sold on full registration which expires 22nd February 2020
• Original registration number ADX-455
• Extensive collection of new and used spares will accompany the car.

Price | asking $8,500.

The car could be driven interstate but it is a long trip at 80 km/h.

• Contact Jim Moule on mobile | 0490 388 470 or (02) 9542 1967  email |  [email protected]




• 1950 Rover P4 75 Cyclops

Chassis Number | R04301053
Engine Number | 4301081
On Club Plates, not transferrable
Just spent over $5,000 on mechanicals to engine mounts, brakes, carburettors and door trims and rubbers.
Rectangular instruments have been restored with glass, are very readable and look extremely nice.
Asking $9,300 O.N.O.
I’ve nowhere to store her and much too nice to let her deteriorate.
• Car is located at Brooklyn NSW
Contact | Jim Mumford | phone | 02 9985 7003 and leave message and number please.
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]



New South Wales & Australian Capital Territory