400 HHR

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Hammond
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400 HHR

Post by Hammond »

Looks like another HGF for my beloved blue 400 :sad

Sold my beautiful white 416GTi to fund the dream of owning the same car I had years ago, a nostalgia impulse buy. Now boy do I regret it. Boy to be able to turn back the clock. I think it may be going to the car park in the sky as I spent fortune on the engine last time and what with the current climate I'm not sure I can justify more outlay. :headbanging

I had the dream, I have the pictures and memories. I will be Roverless for the first time in years. :tumbleweed
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416Si 'Tahiti Blue' 1997
214SEi 'Tahiti Blue' 1994
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216GSi Auto 'Gold' (H397 HUD)
414Si 'Tahiti Blue' (R478 AHJ)
414SEi 'Bermuda Blue' (V52 VFL)
214SEi 'Nightfire Red' (M755 SVR)
214i Sprint 'Flame Red' (M726 JOH)
416GTi Auto 'Diamond White' (J668 GRP)
Paul_1978_yorks
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Re: 400 HHR

Post by Paul_1978_yorks »

I remember you selling the GTi and buying the 400 as a nostalgia purchase. I’ve had a few different Rovers over the years and always been drawn back to the R8. Appreciate its difficult for you, and it sounds like you’re having a tough time with the car.
If you do let it go, go back to a D-series R8, you’ll not regret it and you’ll get your enthusiasm back :)
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henryiett
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Re: 400 HHR

Post by henryiett »

Or even a early k series which are nowhere near as prone to HGF as later cars
Rover 214si 1990
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