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Of course MGR aren't going into administration. If the SAIC deal has truly collapsed then MGR might go for a plan B. Plan B is:

Phoenix are supposed to be building a range of Aluminium sportscars. If they license the Healey name so that costs are split between two companies (MG and Austin H) then they can retain more workers and keepcosts low. If MGR can squeeze out:

MG Midget
MG Sprite

MG "B"
Austin Healey 3000

MG SV
Austin Healey 4000

then maybe 2500 jobs can be rescued. Rover cars might then go to china or whever just to keep the dealers happy???
 

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Don't forget PVH hasn't gone under and they own Powertrain, AND Austin, Wolseley & Morris.


We could feasibly see a Rover 75 next week with a Wolseley badge. Unlikely, but you never know..
 

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Don't forget PVH hasn't gone under and they own Powertrain, AND Austin, Wolseley & Morris.


We could feasibly see a Rover 75 next week with a Wolseley badge. Unlikely, but you never know..
I suspect..that IF....an adminsistrator was called in - he might hasve something to say about the use of the 75!
 
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We really don't know which bit has gone bust.

If its PVH then Land Rover won't have any engines left for the Freelander, Caterham neither and Lotus neither
 
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