Rover engineers Spen King (right) and Tony Worster (left) are reunited with JET 1 at the Science Museum’s overflow display at Wroughton Airfield near Swindon. Pictures taken by Matthew White, former Editor of the Rover P4 Drivers' Guild's magazine called Overdrive. © Copyright Rover P4 Drivers' Guild.

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 JET 1 at the Science Museum taken by Matthew David White, former Editor of the Rover P4 Drivers' Guild's magazine called Overdrive. © Copyright Rover P4 Drivers' Guild.

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Spen King wearing his wooden helmet at the wheel of JET 1, at Jabbeke in 1952.

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 JET 1 arriving at the Science Museum sometime around 1960.

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The Guild's bi-monthly Overdrive magazine is the only club magazine that is dedicated to the Rover P4 range of cars. It's publication is a much praised service provided to Guild members. Please click the icon above to view a copy, noting that personal information has been redacted, hence the blank areas.

 

 

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