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Old 3rd November 2019, 18:06   #1
NaCl
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Default Rover 75 2.0 CDT Auto Club SE Tourer swap for er...nothing

Free to a good home - as a thank-you for the free help (and even some free parts!) given to me over the years.

Bad bit first....

Alternator bearing has gone, so noisy and overheats the alternator casing which causes a notable electrical smell.It drives fine - BUT IT REALLY SHOULDN'T BE !

2003 (53 plate)
Auto (changes nicely)
lower power engine - never 'tweaked' - does 50+mpg on a run.
Around 126k miles
MOT to 15/08/20
Light blue
Cloth interior
Recent full DIY service
Good Dunlop tyres all round (4mm front, 6m rear)
Recent new windscreen, battery, inter-cooler pipe and cooling fan
Aircon not working (had it checked - needs new condenser rad)
Bodywork is fair - no rust but some battle scars - nothing too much
Fairly recent front suspension lower arms and bushes
Exhaust replaced 4 years ago
New brake pedal rubber!!
Crank idler pulley and belt replaced last year (around 10k ago).
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There's probably more...

Comes with a spare set of headlights (lenses need polishing)
Brand new spare thermostat unit (I did the easy in-line fix, so this is spare) - temp gauge stays at the 9 o'clock position
A front indicator lens (sorry, can't remember which side)
Leather gear stick gaiter
Haynes manual


Collection from Halesowen, West Mids - probably best on a trailer!

Thanks,

Andy

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Old 3rd November 2019, 19:49   #2
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It looks like a neighbour may be interested in the old girl. I will post again if it falls through....
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Old 4th November 2019, 22:53   #3
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Andy,
Could I put my name in the frame if your neighbour says no.
Also in Halesowen (Well Blackheath, but postal address is Halesowen) so collection would not be an issue.

Thanks again for posting such a generous offer.

Cheers

Dave
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