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August Freewheel now out to members.






The RSR received the Classic and Sports Car Award for Best Club Event 2013 at the awards ceremony at the NEC Motor Show 2013.

This was for the RSR Jubilee Rally and P6 Club Anniversary Joint Rally

Of course, we have actually managed to get the award twice now, previously for our 50th  anniversary!



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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 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.

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

      Which particular 1960s issues?
      And how much altogether?

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  2. #3 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.

  3. #4 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

  4. #5 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?

    • #6 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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