Roverfest meeting to celebrate 50th anniversary of the V8 engine in the UK

V8 Chairman Nic Houslip visited the Roverfest meeting at Wroxall Abbey in Warwickshire today and reports "there was a display of Rover engined vehicles with many Rovers parked up. The display included a few good looking MGBGTV8s and even some Rover P76s, an Australian car with an Australian 4.4 litre version of the V8 engine. There were just a few stands".

If anyone knows the present owners of the Glacier White MGBGTV8, the Bracken MGBGTV8 and the Blue V8 Roadster do encourage them to register their V8 with the V8 Register.
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Factory MGBGTV8 (Teal Blue 0602), Graham Coles from Buckinghamshire

Factory MGBGTV8 (Green Mallard 0687), Graham Smith from Nottinghamshire

Factory MGBGTV8 (Citron 1211), John Plested from Suffolk

Factory MGBGTV8 (Glacier White 1492), previously owned by Laurence Daniels from Surrey

Factory MGBGTV8 in Bracken - not yet registered with the V8 Register although an MG Car Club member

MG V8 Roadster Conversion - not yet registered with the V8 Register

Factory MGBGTV8 (Black 0904) was Citron, Ian Steggles from Kent