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Clubs

Details of Classic Rover related Clubs. To suggest a club, please contact [email=forum@classicroverforum.net]forum@classicroverforum.net[/email]

  1. Rover Owners Club Inc(NSW & ACT)

    The club was formed in 1965 by dedicated Rover enthusiasts. The club fosters ownership and running of all Rover cars, motorbikes ad bicycles. Dedicated area convenors and dedicated model coordinators ensure the club maintains a vibrant atmosphere in which to preserve the future of as many Rover cars as is possible. As of November 2016 the club numbered over 250 members, with 350 Rover models, spanning the timeline of the Rover history. The club maintains a library of historic and technical books and articles on various Rovers. There is a strong parts stock across earlier models and technical advice available to new owners and unique club merchandise.. A vibrant event calendar of invited and ROC run events ensures members are entertained and have an avenue to show off their cars on an almost weekly basis. Events include display days, cars’n’coffee events, car parts wrecking days and visits to various museums and other social based events also. The ROC is one of four major Rover owners Club in Australia, the others include the Victoria and Tasmania based Rover Car Club of Australia; the Rover Car Club of South Australia, the Western Australian Rover Owner’s Club and the Rover Car Club of Queensland. There is also the Rover P4 Driver’s Guild of Australia. These clubs all come together every two years in the National Australia “Rove”. Run by a volunteer committee and dedicated band of experts in various fields from parts, to technical ability to PR and editorial skills, the ROC club also maintains liaison with parts storage and specialist manufacturers world-wide, and in Australia, to ensure club members are able to maintain and preserve their Rovers in excellent condition for the future.
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    Latest: Rover Owners Club Inc(NSW & ACT) classicalgreen, Aug 18, 2017 at 8:29 PM
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  2. René Winters - www.roversd1.nl

    Dutch RoverArchives is an idea of René Winters. René is a big fan of the Rover brand and since 1979 he has collected all kinds of information regarding Rover. Meanwhile the collection has grown to an huge archive with a lot of different information and stuff. With his own magazine he would like to share this information with other Rover enthusiasts and make sure that the younger generation won’t forget this beautiful car make, since it is already 12 years ago that the company went bankrupt. Composing magazines isn’t something new, René already made magazines for the Dutch Rover SD1 Foundation between 1990 and 1994. He also made a couple of club magazines for the Rover Owners’s Club Holland. The members of the club were very pleased with these magazines. Together with several other Rover enthusiasts we are going to make this new magazine. The magazine will contain a variety of topics, from the first Rover bike until the Rover 75 V8. Also the MG Zed models, ZR – ZS – ZT – ZTT, will get attention. If you would like to receive our next magazines please send an e-mail to dutchroverarchives@gmail.com . Please include your name, place of residence, phone number and details of your car. There is no membership and no contribution fee. If you would like to know more about Dutch RoverArchives, please register at our Facebook group, on this page you will find a lot of interesting information with regard to Rover, www.facebook.com/groups/dutchroverarchives or download the first magazine: http://www.roversd1.nl/dutchroverarchives/index.html Greetings, René Winters www.roversd1.nl
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  3. The P6 Rover Owners Club

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  4. The Rover Car Club of Canada

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    Latest: The Rovernet P6Rovers, Jan 31, 2010
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  5. Classic Rover Club (NI)

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    Latest: Classic Rover Club (NI) webmaster, Dec 5, 2010
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  6. Rover Enthusiasts South West

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    Latest: Rover Enthusiasts South West webmaster, Jan 10, 2011
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  7. The Rover P5 Club

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    Latest: Contact Details webmaster, Mar 18, 2011
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  8. The Joint Rover Clubs

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    Latest: JRC Website updated: Tor, Mar 24, 2013
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  9. The Rover P4 Drivers Guild

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    Latest: Rover P4 The Rovering Member, Apr 9, 2016
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  10. The Rover 200 & 400 Owners Club

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    Latest: About the Club Red Icon, Oct 29, 2011
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  11. Rover Car Club Of Australia

    The club was formed in 1964 by a small band of Rover enthusiasts. P3s and P4s were of course the most popular models in the early years, soon to be joined by P5s and P6s etc. Membership is currently well over 200. The most popular model in our vehicle register used to be the P6 and P6B, but recently the SD1 and SEII series has taken over. We also have later models, such as the 800 series right through to the last Rover sold in Australia prior to the collapse of MG Rover, the facelift series 2 Rover 75. By having a numerically strong Club, we are assured of a ready supply of spares, especially for the older models, now and into the future. The Club is, and has always been, run by enthusiastic amateurs in the true sense of the word and no member receives any remuneration for their efforts. Through the tireless efforts of members hard or impossible to obtain parts have been manufactured, especially those which would not be a commercial proposition. Liaison is maintained with other Rover car clubs both in Australia and overseas and professional re-manufacturers to ensure otherwise unobtainable items are considered. [url=http://www.rovercarclubaust.asn.au/]http://www.rovercarclubaust.asn.au/[/url]
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    Latest: Rover Car Club Of Australia rockdemon, Jun 14, 2013
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  12. Rover800.info

    the leading source of information and general chat on the Rover 800.
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    Latest: Rover800.info rockdemon, Jun 29, 2013
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