P4 owner videos

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There are some really interesting videos on YouTube that have been created by Rover P4 owners and members of the Guild.

The Guild's Devon Regional Group has created its own Rover P4 channel showing various aspects of maintenance. Please click HERE to view the channel. Also, please click HERE to view a video of when "RoveAmerica Welcomes the Guild's Devon Regional Group from England"

Guild member, Alexandra Phillips, has prepared several videos featuring jobs she has undertaken on her 100 and other items of P4 interest. Alexandra's videos are informative and great fun to watch. Please click HERE to access her P4 YouTube channel. 

Guild member, Malcolm Rodgers has prepared the following excellent videos for the replacement of quaterlight seals and Rover 90 hubcaps repairs.

Rover P4 Quarter Light Vent Seal Replacement Part 1, please click HERE
Rover P4 Quarter Light Vent Seal Replacement Part 2, please click HERE
Rover P4 Quarter Light Vent Seal Replacement Part 3, please click HERE

Rover P4 90 Hubcap Fix Part 1, please clcik HERE
Rover P4 90 Hubcap Fix Part 2, please click HERE

 

And, for a bit of fun.......

I'm sure many of us enjoy a nice gin and tonic when not driving our P4s. So please click HERE to see a video of how to make a gin and tonic in a Rover 80 during the 2010 London Tweed Run.

Here is Hendrick's Gin customised Rover 80. Checkout the innovative use of a gin bottle for the washers! Please click HERE to see the video.

 

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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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The Guild is one of the founder members of the consortium of classic Rover clubs, known as Joint Rover Clubs, JRC. Please click the icon above for further information about JRC.

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The Guild is a member of the Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs to ensure that we are kept appraised of national developments in addition to being able provide our views into national debate. Please click the icon above to open up the FBHVC website in a new window.