Rover 216i Cab

Marvin Tan's 216i Cab from the front . . .
Marvin Tan's 216i Cab from the front . . .

. . . and from the back
. . . and from the back

Marvin Tan about his 216i Cab:

To tell you more about myself: I am 28 year old, married with two kids and working in retail line. I am driving a Mid Year 95, Rover 216i Cabriolet here in Singapore.
Few things to be added in the list: A 220 Coupe boot spoiler, a set of Sparco pedals and a pair of Ford Cosworth front bonnet air scope/dam.
And in my boot there is a Nitrous Oxide Systems (NOS) Kit. By accelerating on the pedal, its boost about 50 horses (BHP) increase in power. It comes with an arming (toggle) switch to be installed in the car, an amber red/green microchip light indicats for you to depress the pedal fully when it turns green. And of course it has a full bolt-on kit e.g solenoids, nozzles, filters, fittings, jets and all the other necessary hardware mounted in the engine bay. Cables link to the arming switch, a stainless steel braided hose from the front to the tank behind.
Marvin Tan

Interior with the dashboard of Marvin Tan's 216i Cab. The engine of Marvin Tan's 216i Cab. The NOS-tank in the boot.


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