I'm new to this forum and wanted to introduce myself ( and hopefully pick a few brains ) I live in North Wales and have a Rover 75, V reg, 2 ltr V6, which I've had for nearly 5 years, and which has been the nicest car I've ever owned, had the odd hiccup, like a new clutch 18 months ago, and a new ( well, new from a breakers yard ) inlet manifold two and a half years ago, because it started rattling and that was what I was told was needed to fix it. It's been fine since then, until about two weeks ago when the rattle unfortunately returned. It's done 116,000 miles and I was going to sell it in a couple of months anyway, and get a newer diesel 75 or possibly a ZT. So, I've been looking at inlet manifolds on e-bay, and posted a question on another forum ( which apparently should remain nameless on here ) and people are talking about getting a VIS (Variable Intake System) tester and some other stuff that's a bit beyond me, I'm afraid. I just wanted an informed opinion whether it was worth the hassle and expense of me messing about trying to get this rattle fixed, for the sake of another few weeks use and then selling it and hoping to recoup the money I've just spent on it, or to try to sell it as it is now :- decent condition with a fairly new clutch and nothing wrong that I'm aware of other than this rattle ( VIS motors ? )- three or four hundred pounds to someone who could sort out the rattle themselves ? What does anyone think ?