NEW RSR Workshop Manuals now available

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October  Freewheel now out to members.

Members of the RSR receive the club magazine Freewheel every two months and also are eligible for a number of benefits plus access to specialist help and an increasing range of club regalia.

There are monthly local meetings as well as a dedicated online forum for discussion and debate.


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.




RSR members renewing their subscription can now choose a

Direct Debit option see Direct Debits under the Members tab.

pc_july_2015_frontJuly 2015 Practical Classics Magazine  nominated the RSR as the club of the month.

club_month_pc_july2015Elsewhere in the July issue is a report on the restoration show showing the RSR stand where Mark Gray was changing the gearbox on a P6 next to the Practical Classics P6 which was also on our stand.

pc_july_2015_restoshowThe story of this P6 and it’s engine swap at Beaulieu, again helped by Mark is also in the magazine.  In fact the July edition of Practical Classics has a strong Rover feel about it.



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.

p5Photos from the 2015 National, now online HERE


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

For more video look at the Videos link underneath the About tag

  1. #1 by Miguel Porta on September 30, 2015 - 10:05 pm

    I am currently restoring a Rover P4 90, and I am lacking the chrome strips along the sides to separate the two colour areas. Can you suggest where to obtain them?
    Thanks, Miguel

  2. #3 by Chris Nixon on September 24, 2015 - 11:40 am

    Hi all. I am after any information anybody may have on the 1933 Rover Speed 20 – Hastings Coupe. I am currently researching and restoring this vehicle and any help / information / photos of the car would be much appreciated. I am also looking for a sunroof to fit the car if anybody can help.

    Kind regards, Chris

  3. #4 by Neil Sjoberg on September 17, 2015 - 12:52 am

    Also have found lots more paperwork including original logbook.My friend was the 3rd owner bought in 1962

  4. #5 by Fiona Farrell on August 17, 2015 - 8:29 pm

    Searching for a P4 – Reg No. DNX339. This car belonged to my father, Michael Boorman, and he took it to West Africa (Sierra Leone) in the 1960’s. I believe it was brought back to the UK. It was a maroon colour and I would love to know what happened to it, so any information would be received very gratefully. It was a Rover 100 and brings back happy memories, dad was very proud of this car and it was, I remember, a very comfortable ride along the bumpy, unmade red-earthed roads of that country.

  5. #6 by Philip Trousdell on August 12, 2015 - 7:09 pm

    My 1937 12 SS BFS 850 (chassis number 8410720 was hit by a hit and run driver two weeks ago. I am now in need of an off-side front wing and a rear off-side wing too. The front is more important than the rear which can be repaired. I would be very grateful for any advice or assistance, I live near Salisbury. Oh! I got his number but Dorset Police seem completely disinterested.

  6. #7 by Neil Sjoberg on July 26, 2015 - 2:16 pm

    I have toi sell my friends 1938 Rover 14hp on his behalf.
    Extensive renovation photos and accounts available.
    Fully restored in good condition and running well.

    He has gone into a home.
    I must obtain its realistic value. Where do I start?

    Neil 07909635549

    • #8 by Mike Maher on August 19, 2015 - 5:44 pm

      Hello Neil,

      Can you let me know a few more details, such as the location and registration of the car and wherabouts you are in the UK? Respond to if you prefer.

      I tried the mobile but got no answer.

      Best regards

      Mike Maher

      • #9 by Neil Sjoberg on September 17, 2015 - 12:50 am

        Hallo Mike
        Been in hospital
        Cannot scan photos but can fax
        Please do you have someone in the club I can Fax to?
        Fax number plaese

        Neil Sjoberg

  7. #10 by Carol Bellingham on June 20, 2015 - 5:37 pm

    Hi Nick,
    I am hoping you could help me locate the current owner of Rover (I think 12) registration No. ETV 99. My husband and I used to deal in classics and at some stage this car passed through our hands. I have recently unearthed five tax discs for this vehicle dating 1956,’57,’58,’58,’59 and 1960 when the car was in the Nottingham area, and would dearly love to return them to stay with the car’s history.

    Regards Carol Bellingham

  8. #11 by david McConnachie on June 1, 2015 - 7:44 pm

    I run my ’39 14 in freewheel all the time, with no adverse effects so far. Make sure your brakes are in good order tho’ as there is no engine braking. Once moving clutchless gearchanging is available

    • #12 by brian dobson on June 3, 2015 - 8:43 pm

      many thanks david that’s very helpful, brakes are fine so looking forward to a good show year with no noisy gear change. best regards brian

  9. #13 by brian dobson on May 20, 2015 - 6:12 pm

    my 1938 rover p12 sportsman as a noisy gear-change when changing down but runs great in free wheel . will there be any damage to the car if run in free-wheel all the time ?.

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