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post #81 of 2188 (permalink) Old 24-10-2005, 13:30
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My 75 1.8 Conn SE in Royal Blue Pearlescent

Here's mine - "The Limo" as our daughter calls it.

Must get a pic of the interior - Ash leather and Light Oak including the gear knob and steering wheel...

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Here's mine - "The Limo" as our daughter calls it.

Must get a pic of the interior - Ash leather and Light Oak including the gear knob and steering wheel...

What! no handbrake grip? Standards are slipping
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What! no handbrake grip? Standards are slipping
Of course it's got a handbrake grip - it's Ash leather, like the centre armrest and matches the seats...

Tut, tut...

But if you can find a handbrake grip and any other trimmings like the window switches, in Light Oak then let me know please!
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Of course it's got a handbrake grip - it's Ash leather, like the centre armrest and matches the seats...

Tut, tut...

But if you can find a handbrake grip and any other trimmings like the window switches, in Light Oak then let me know please!
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Very smart indeed!! Maybe I have misjudged the MK I ZT styling. I saw a shiny red ZT on NZ roads yesterday. Now that's a rear sight, but a welcomed one.

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Atlantic Blue was only available on 75's produced at Cowley, the colour was discontinued in May 2000 when the final Cowley 75 rolled off the lines.
Thx. The 75 I've been looking at is a 2001 model. But because it's Atlantic blue then perhaps the 2001 date refers to when it was first registered or imported.. ?
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post #86 of 2188 (permalink) Old 24-10-2005, 21:20
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I'm thinking of putting 17"or 18" wheels on my facelift 75.

Are 18" wheels too big for the 75?

Would the ZT 18" look ok on it?

Any pics of a 75 with 18"?

Sorry for all the questions!!
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Wink ZT-T's allowed?

Recent pic in Cornwall...shame the sun wasn't shining too!


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v. nice indeed!

What size are your wheels and what sort of ride do they give you?

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post #89 of 2188 (permalink) Old 28-10-2005, 09:23
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Are they standard Headlights? they look a little different, if not where did you get them?

Also anyone know where I can get Xenon's for the ZT?
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v. nice indeed!

What size are your wheels and what sort of ride do they give you?

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Hi, the wheels are 18" and the ride is surprisingly smooth even coupled with the MG sports suspension. My wife has a bad back and even she doesn't think the ride is too hard. Also, they hold the road like......well, you know what to a blanket!
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post #91 of 2188 (permalink) Old 28-10-2005, 09:39
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here's mine

not very good pics though..

hope the bulgarian links will work

sorry for the size..





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Are they standard Headlights? they look a little different, if not where did you get them?

Also anyone know where I can get Xenon's for the ZT?
Xenons on the outer, everything else is standard I think. Just caught the dim-dip lights at a good angle to give the "halo" effect.
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Can't be many Rovers in Bulgaria? Left hand drive auto...diesel???

Nice pics..but HUGE!!
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Can't be many Rovers in Bulgaria? Left hand drive auto...diesel???

Nice pics..but HUGE!!
Yep - you could try here next time:

http://www.resize2mail.com/
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post #95 of 2188 (permalink) Old 29-10-2005, 07:56
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usually not a prob to resize them, but I had just had my PC copletely formated and preinstalled.. and not all the software is on yet..

u''d be suprices how much the rover number is recently growing here.
we even have our own rover fan site, (www.roverbg.com) but you wouldn't understand a thing..
it is full of ser. 2**, 4** and 6**.. not so much 75's though (let's say.. 40 in 1.2 million Sofia and 40 more in the rest of the country ), but I am proud owner of one

And I have never seen MG sport models arround here.

P.S. Today we have a meeting of the rover owners here in Sofia, but the weather's nasty and I doubt many would come..
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P.S. left hand drive auto - petrol. I think they were build for export in Germany. The bord computer shows info in german, and the modification is called "Charme" .. I think it is like the UK "Conns.."

bought it new import from germany
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post #97 of 2188 (permalink) Old 29-10-2005, 16:57
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Wink Trophy Blue ZT-T front badge change.

As a few may have noticed, the badge on the front wears with the constant sand blasting it gets. So, I decided to change mine and see how it goes. I have a new one of the "old style" if it doesn't work. I will clean the car if the weather improves and take a pic in daylight. Might show the chrome and black lettering better. Pics below, what do you think?




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Quite like the new motif with the union flag set behind it
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post #99 of 2188 (permalink) Old 29-10-2005, 20:42
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I'm thinking of putting 17"or 18" wheels on my facelift 75.

Are 18" wheels too big for the 75?

Would the ZT 18" look ok on it?

Any pics of a 75 with 18"?

Sorry for all the questions!!
These are 18" ASA JH1 wheels, with 225/40x18 Nokian NRZ tyres.
Looking OK in my humble opinion.
Maybe it could have been lowered a bit, but i wont compromise the rideheigth in the winter, so i let it be as it is.

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That is a rather stunning example!
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