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Numbers of Rovers on the road is certainly down. Most that survive have been relegated to 'Last owner before they're scrapped' status. The Rover 25 being the worst effected. The Rover 75 still does well though. It's still quite sought after.

With few Rovers on the road. There's fewer people on here. Hell. I don't even have a Rover!
 

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Using that website, I've crunched a few numbers. It makes interesting reading. Of the total number of cars Registered. I found the following.

75% of Rover 25's have been scrapped.
71% of Rover 45's have been scrapped.
56% of Rover 75's have been scrapped.

Oh. I did my X-Type as well.

19% of X-Types have been scrapped.
 

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last sunday I went on a bus from Seaham to Peter lee and ON TO Station town around all the back roads and saw a lot of old cars on peoples yards . Hillmans. Austins and more. some had 6 cars .I hope they get them all running , and it was better than going SHOPPING with the wife and sister.:unionflag:
 
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