Here is my beloved British Racing Green that now has developed a terrible noise in the rear suspension (the bigger spring on the left side was out of place, how? I don't know... mystery... I suspect that something is broken/unwelded on the main transversal bar - don't know the right name in English...).
Besides that, that's the car that I love to drive, maybe more than my (familiar) Rover 45 1.4 Connoisseur Hatchback (65k miles and, imagine!
, still with the original HG, it has always been a very boring car... nothing very wrong happens with it).
As you see, this a Metro 1.1 for you but here (in Portugal) all the K's have been named Rover Series 100 since the beginning (1990 +or-). So, this is a real Rover 111 SL 5 doors, for us.
It shows now 44k miles on the odometer but they can also be 88k or 66k, who knows?, because I bought it as a second hand car last December (after selling my nice white 111 SL 3 doors with 155k miles and HGF @ 113k miles), well... not exactly second hand, let's say fourth...
It's being resurrected by me and it's looking better now:
with a little help from my friend:
Only the driver's door was working correctly...
The cooling system came like this...
But what a nice sound comes from here: