Rover 216

A Rover 26 in Japan
A Rover 26 in Japan

This cab belongs to Sieng-Yee Kong in Japan. It's a 216i Cab from 1994.

Rover 216 Cab 1994 front view Rover 216 Cab 1994 cab down Rover 216 Cab 1994 from aside

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