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The Zagato-bodied P6 2000 TCZ was one of the main attractions on  the Rover Sport Register’s stand at the NEC. It was a classic show debut for the striking coupé, which formed part of the 10-club celebration of Rover’s heritage.

The 2000 TCZ was created by the Italian coachbuilder in 1966, the two-door coupé, styled by Ercole Spada, and shown at the Turin Motor Show in 1967, has already made an appearance at this year’s Salon Privé, and joined other RSR members’ cars such as a 1906 Rover 6HP and a 1949 P3 75.

Mike Maher, Rover Sport Register chairman, said: ‘The car’s been known to our club for a while and it’s great to have it at the NEC. It’s a totally unique vehicle and definitely a coup not only to have it on our stand, but in the Rover Village.

‘It was also, we understand, considered by Cubby Broccoli as a car which would have appeared in a Bond film, so it ties in perfectly with the show theme this year of cars from the world of film and TV.’

 

The RSR represents all models and variants of the Rover Marque and is proud to be the oldest and one of the largest Rover clubs.

 

 

 

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December  Freewheel now out to members.

 

The Rover Sports Register is the only car club for people who enjoy Rover vehicles of all types and ages. Join us and find similar minded people as well as access to our own series of workshop manuals, regular magazines and a vast resource of support.

If you are using a Rover or restoring one or just thinking about buying one then the RSR is for you.

Since 1953 the RSR has been helping Rover enthusiasts for more information about us follow the ‘About‘ tag.

If you would like to join us then go here.

 

 

In Polish (Rower) and Belarusian (Rovar, Poþap) the word for bicycle is derived from the name of the company.

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  1. #1 by Ron Despres on December 22, 2014 - 3:52 am

    Hello Im from Canada, Im new to this site .I have bought a 1949 p3 75 intrested in finding parts Thx for looking .

  2. #2 by David McConnachie on December 9, 2014 - 7:51 pm

    I notice from December’s Freewheel that work on the National Rally is progressing apace. I also note that the nominated hotel is a Premier Inn. On checking their web site I find that there are 2 in the area. Which one is the intended venue?
    Looking forward to the event

  3. #3 by andrew long on November 30, 2014 - 10:42 pm

    I have a set of door restored wooden cappings + some other wood window surrounds from 1946/12 saloon that are free to anyone who cares to pick them up. Located in Exeter. Contact on wotton9999@yahoo.co.uk.

    Andrew Long
    PS. If the owner of ANV115 (1938/16 saloon) is out there I have history and photos from 1989 to 2000 if interested

  4. #4 by Andrew Hodson on November 21, 2014 - 11:23 am

    A few days ago I wrote offering Freewheels from the sixties.
    I have also a copy of Rover Memories, published 1966, a first (but perhaps the only edition) – hopefully a member might be interested to buy both items together.

    • #5 by Paul Hart on November 25, 2014 - 10:09 pm

      Which particular 1960s issues?
      And how much altogether?

      07850 035922

  5. #6 by dh buchanan on November 14, 2014 - 9:40 pm

    I’m rather puzzled by John’s contribution to Home (Oct. 24th.). The 1937 Rover 10,registration number FMT 314, and always called “Daisy”, was purchased by me from Peter Ellis of Odiham in 1982, 32 years ago. I kept it for 22 years before selling it to Ray Horne of Raunds, Northamptonshire, in 2004. Ray still campaigns it every season, so I see it fairly frequently in summer. I’m certainly “a man from the Midlands”, but had no dealings with anyone called John in connection with this car. There is a photo of Daisy on p. 15 of James Taylor’s book, “The Classic Rovers 1934-1977″.
    I am sure someone in the Club will be interested in the 10/25 booklet John is very kindly offering. This model was produced in the first few years of the 1930s and predates the cars we refer to as P1s and P2s.

  6. #7 by Steve Walker on November 14, 2014 - 7:45 am

    I’m sure you realise that according to DVLA this vehicle is still on the road. Taxed til 01 June 2015

  7. #8 by John on October 25, 2014 - 3:23 pm

    Perhaps 25+ years ago I had a 1937 Rover 10 which I thoroughly enjoyed but because of age etc the car was sold to a man in the Midlands

    If I remember correctly the car reg was FMT 314

    My reason for writing is that I have just come across an “Instructions and Upkeep and Maintenance of the 10/25HP Rover car.

    Is this of any value to any of your members?

    • #9 by Paul Hart on November 25, 2014 - 10:15 pm

      That man would have been Howard Buchanan: I have pictures from c.1982 of him with the car a 1937 10 h.p. – which he retained until a few years ago…

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