Anything Nostalgia Related.

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 #38942  by x.l.r.8
 Thu Oct 20, 2016 1:19 pm
How about the Alfa of John Sleeth, before he went off to do things in that crazy Saab. Steve Goode's TReighter and PulseRate. They were always there at the start line, and Brackleys popular. Watching the pro rovers was fun but it was the street cars that made me want to go build a rover powered car (that alas sits in my garage a stones throw away from smax smiths new home). It was a group that had friendly rivalry and always brings comical moments, Steve Richards rattler Capri gauging his run by the water that came up the squirters, Steve law leaving the bonnet pins out was mentioned, exactly which time are we talking about. I'm the end we were scraping cars together to man a picnic rather than attend a race meeting. There were hundreds of rover powered street cars out there street tough but the main focus was on the super street and pro the street class never drew the crowd it deserved.
 #38944  by x.l.r.8
 Fri Oct 21, 2016 3:06 pm
Sadly completed in the last year

 #38945  by x.l.r.8
 Fri Oct 21, 2016 3:07 pm
Steve Goode/Chris Pegg Escort in the background being driven by Paul Dickens
 #38946  by x.l.r.8
 Fri Oct 21, 2016 3:08 pm
When headers were the answer to the rovers problems lol
 #38947  by x.l.r.8
 Fri Oct 21, 2016 3:10 pm

Another rover car in the making as the series died
 #38948  by x.l.r.8
 Fri Oct 21, 2016 3:11 pm

Another car that never got to race.
The cars were coming but not quickly enough
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