Is this a rare factory P6???

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Hi All,
I am asking for a friend is this a rare factory P6 etc??? as the vin plate looks very different Chris W where are you i bet you will know ;)
 

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PeterZRH

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BTW it's from this where you see front/rear axle loadings that you know you don't need as high as 90H which the Sprint classic tyres are. The common 88 rating is fine.
 

chrisw

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Hi All,
I am asking for a friend is this a rare factory P6 etc??? as the vin plate looks very different Chris W where are you i bet you will know ;)
German export market plate. Usually found on German (funnily enough) and Swiss cars :)

The later Aussie cars also had their own plate, and I think South Africa did the same..
 

SydneyRoverP6B

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The later Aussie cars also had their own plate, and I think South Africa did the same..
Sure did Chris. All the series 2 Rovers assembled in NZ for the Australian market carried both a British Leyland plate featuring all the compliant Australian design rules (ADR) and factory assembly plates fitted in NZ.

Ron
 
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