I’m servicing a pal’s 1997 414 this weekend and I’m after a service check sheet but drawing a blank-all I can find are the R8 and 45 derivatives.
Can anyone help please?
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If the exhaust maker is skilled they'll be able to make it look and sound factory; I had one made for my daily drive (K12 Micra 160) after the original exhausts went NLA. It looks and sounds OEM+ at my request and fits perfectly. :cool Can I ask who your exhaust manufacturer is then please? I'd als...
If the exhaust maker is skilled they'll be able to make it look and sound factory; I had one made for my daily drive (K12 Micra 160) after the original exhausts went NLA. It looks and sounds OEM+ at my request and fits perfectly.
If you get on the R8 Owners Group Facebook page Griffith 500 (does this mean you own one...? ) there’s what looks a decent, reasonable mileage Nightfire Red car being sold for £450.
Been having a clear out and found the original marketing of the car, pre internet and social media days when car showrooms had to take photos and get them developed. Pictures of those would be great if you could! 😎 Thanks for the positive comments re the car! Hopefully one will pop up for you soon!
- Sun May 17, 2020 9:07 pm
- Forum: Bodywork & Detailing
- Topic: A bit of TLC with Turtle Wax Black in a Flash
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That’s an early K-Series MPI inlet. Later cars (apart from the VVC and 135 engines fitted to the TF) had a plastic version.
I'm very biased but they're rather lovely! I adore mine-thread link below if you fancy a look. https://www.rover200.org.uk/forums/viewtopic.php?f=14&t=12765 The AX GT is another cracking modern classic-a mate had one when I was 17 which felt like an absolute rocket! However, it felt like a rocket wi...
- Mon Apr 20, 2020 11:09 pm
- Forum: Technical and Diagnosis
- Topic: Intention to introduce E10 fuel in the UK
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Reading in this month’s Practical Classics apparently the government has committed to ensuring the availability of E5 for the “foreseeable future”, which on the face of it is good news. It might only be e.g. super unleaded but still, that’s better than nothing for those classics which need it.
- Fri Apr 17, 2020 4:27 pm
- Forum: Upgrades & Modifications
- Topic: Social Isolation jobs list on the R3 Vi
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Nice work with the brackets! Didn't realise the changer could be mounted under the passenger seat-my BRM's is in the boot (as was my parents' VI from memory).
- Sun Apr 12, 2020 10:18 am
- Forum: Cabriolet
- Topic: Rover 216 Cabriolet (1998) car cover
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I’ve got a semi tailored indoor cover for my 214 from Hamilton Classic, I’ve also got one for my Elise and the BRM. Both are good quality, fit well and were delivered quickly.