Rover 10

<I>This Rover 10 is from 1937 and you can see it in Sweden.
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This Rover 10 is from 1937 and you can see it in Sweden.



<I>This Rover 10 from 1932 belongs to Nigel Dickinson in the UK  </I>
This Rover 10 from 1932 belongs to Nigel Dickinson in the UK

Nigel's own words about the car:
I am the proud owner of the 10 special. I live in Walsall, in the West Midlands. I bought the car April 2003 after a long search. The car was first registered to a Mr George Evans, 03.12.32. After his death it passed on to his son in 1952 and remained in the same family until approximately 1970.
It was then sold to a Rover dealer in Southern England and remained there for approximately 25 years. It was then re-commissioned in 1994 and then sold into private ownership again.
Apart from the wings being resprayed, I believe the rest of the car to be in original condition. The mileage is now 46,000, which is genuine.
I am also the owner of a 1947 Rover 16 sports saloon; and I'm currently having a 1939 Rover DHC restored.
Nigel Dickinson


<I> This Rover 10 from 1936 belongs to Les Baldwin in the UK </I>
This Rover 10 from 1936 belongs to Les Baldwin in the UK

Les Baldwin in Gloucester, UK, says he's a bit mad about cars. Besides beeing a fulltime firefighter he runs a Luxuary Chauffeur Business, and he has owned more than 300 different cars.
He bought this Rover 10 in 1998 and uses it in the business.
Les says that it's a beautiful car to look at, great fun to drive, exceptionally popular and up to now...very reliable.



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