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The Rover 75 was one of the last mass-produced cars from a British-owned manufacturer. This particular car was completed on 23rd March 2005, just two weeks before MG-Rover went into administration. It was bought six months later when liquidated stock was sold off and immediately put into storage by its new owner. It has never been registered for road use and has just one mile on the clock!
Rover launched the retro-styled 75 range in 1998. It was developed with support from BMW, owners of the marque since 1994. An MG badged version was also available, called the MG ZT. Development continued following the sale of Rover and MG to the British-owned Phoenix Consortium for £10 in 2000. Following an agreement with Shanghai Automotive Industries, the Rover 75 was built in China from 2006 as the Roewe 75.
|Valves||double overhead camshaft|
|Output||118bhp at 5,500rpm|
|Performance||0-60mph 10.9 seconds|
|Manufacturer||MG Rover Group|
|Owner||National Motor Museum Trust (Donated by Mr Ian Mucklejohn, Vacational Studies)|
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