Hi All, Newbie here with a poser for you all. Having recently returning from the land where Roewe 750's and MG7's roam freely and seen on a daily basis it has dawned on me that it is a rarity to see a 75 or a ZT on UK roads these days. Giving thought to that I tried to decide which version is the rarest. As the V8's numbered only 800+ and I would assume the most common would be a V8 Connoisseur saloon version thus making the Tourer versions quite scarce and in Contemporary form even more so. I would plum for a V8 Contemporary SE Tourer in a Monogram Pearlesent colour as pretty rare. Having said that I find that there were also versions called Celeste L and S - so were those done with the V8 and Tourer body too? Can anyone enlighten me? Cheers Tee
Our latest project car is a Mk2 Rover 75 Tourer Connoisseur which has a 2.0 litre petrol V6 engine and was one of a batch of 10 made at the same time and one of only about 20 ever made....we think this is quite a rare one! It'll be featured in Issue 2 of the magazine.