RCCA Links


 Other Rover Car Clubs in Australia

 


 

 

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Rover Car Club of South Australia Inc.
PO Box 342
North Adelaide SA 5006
Web: http://rovercarclubsa.org/
E-mail: contact@rovercarclubsa.org

 


 

Rover Owners Club Inc. NSW & ACT
PO Box 503
Pennant Hills NSW 1715
Web: http://www.roverownersclub.com.au/
E-mail: president@roverownersclub.com.au

 


waroc-logoThe Western Australian Rover Owners’ Club (Inc)
PO Box 1090
East Victoria Park WA 6981
E-mail: admin@waroc.org.au
Web page http://www.waroc.org.au/

 


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Rover Car Club of Queensland
PO Box 41
Kelvin Grove BC
Queensland 4059
Web page: http://www.roverqueensland.asn.au/

 


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Rover P4 Drivers’ Guild of Australia
Secretary – c/o 21 Carlton Court
TEMPLESTOWE VIC 3106
Web page: http://roverp4guildaustralia.wordpress.com/
E-mail: roverp4au@yahoo.com.au

 

 


Rover Car Clubs Overseas


 

New Zealand:

The New Zealand Association of Rover Clubs has a listing of all Rover Clubs in NZ. http://rovercarsnewzealand.wix.com/assn-of-rover#!__arcc-main-page

 

Other Countries:

The Rover Club of Sweden keeps a most comprehensive list of Links to Rover Clubs Overseas, so rather than re-invent the wheel please look at their site for Links to Clubs in UK, Europe etc and other interesting information:

http://www.roverklubben.se/en/clubs.html

http://www.roverklubben.se/en/links/


Other Clubs & Associations


Victoria

  • The All British Classic Car Club (Vic): The Organisers of the Great Australian Rally & Fly The Flag Tours: http://www.abccc.com.au/
  • Hamilton and District Veteran Vintage and Classic Drivers Club
    PO Box 174, Hamilton Vic 3300
    Email Secretary:  johnbarke@hotkey.net.au

 

 

Interstate

  • British & European Automobile Club (Southern Highlands NSW): The British & European Automobile Club (Southern Highlands NSW) Inc. was formed in 2006 by a group of enthusiasts to cater for the ownership, preservation and operation of British & European vehicles, with a strong emphasis on those vehicles built up to the end of 1975.
    http://beac.org.au/

 


Information on Specific Rover Models


  • Rover P6 Australia website: This is a joint collaboration between a group of Australian Rover enthusiasts and is a compendium of the Australian Market Rover P6, 2000SC, 2000SC Automatic, 2000TC, P6B 3500 & 3500S which were available variously from 1965 to 1979: http://roverp6baustralia.com/
  • Rover SD1 Australia Website. This is a joint collaboration between a group of Australian Rover enthusiasts and is intended to be a compendium of the Australian Market Rover SD1 3500, 3500 SE and Vanden Plas 3500 which were available from August 1978 to 1987: http://roversd1australia.com/
  • Rover Quintet & Rover 416i Australia: Documents the unique Australian Market Rover Quintet, 416i, 416i SE and 416i Vitesse which were available from 1983 to 1989:
    https://rover416australia.com/
  • Rover 800 Australia: Explores the 800 series, Sterling, 825, 827 & Vitesse which were available from approximately 1987 to 1991: http://rover800australia.com/

 


Australian Based Rover discussion groups and
Forums on the Internet


  • RCCA’s Own Email Discussion Group : For Financial members of RCCA and other Australian Rover Clubs, we have a members only Email discussion group, to discuss Rover matters in general and keeping our lovely cars in tip top condition. Join from here:
    http://autos.groups.yahoo.com/group/RoverCarClubAust/
  • Rover 75 MGZT Aus Google Group – Specific model Discussion Group: For Discussion and knowledge base information to keep Rover 75 and their derivatives MGZT models on the road. No membership as such all you need to be is an owner of or interested in these vehicles. This Group has members Australia wide and also from New Zealand. Send an email to Group Moderator rover75.mgzt.aus@gmail.com  or visit the Google Group Page:
    https://groups.google.com/forum/?hl=en-GB#!forum/rover75-mgzt-aus

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 


 

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