Rover SD1 Vitesse
>you will never get impregnated by a rover sd1
such a musclular looking car
>>you will never get impregnated by a rover sd1
I love Rovers in general, and I know the SD1 was a damn fine car, whatever rubbish the ignorant boobs on this thread might be spouting, but they've just never done it for me, for some reason. I'd muchrather have a P6.
They cost far too much for what they are nowadays too, because muh classic car bubble.
the P6 is much better car and actually more sophisticated than the SD-1 despite it's styling
it's not exactly a girls car.
maybe you live somewhere where the women have dicks though
Didn't call it a girls car m8, just said it was an unreliable piece of shit courtesy of one of the worst car conglomerates ever, British-Leyland dying was the best thing to happen to the automotive industry
eat a dick you motherfucking piece of shit
well bl is dead now get over it
>implying i'm a yank
are you saying the sd1 was an uninteresting car of zero merit and we shouldn't make a thread about it or even like it?
I had a Rover for just over a year. Not the most exciting, but faultless reliability-wise.
It was, admittedly, one of the much newer Honda-based models.
More generally, the reputation for iffy build quality is well deserved, I think, but that doesn't mean the company didn't produce some very well-loved cars. If you can't appreciate 'em, whatever. Plenty of people out there can.
Quality-wise, yes, the problems Leyland faced are well documented. I think the fact that the cars retain such an avid fanbase despite that, though, is testament to their charms, I think.
that's nice dear
apparently we should only care about technically good cars, however dull.
so corollas and civics.
I don't think the SD1 was necessarily a bad car technically, though I'm no expert. I think it's problems were more to do with trade union relations and poor quality control. I would be genuinely interested to drive a good example back to back with whatever the competing 5 Series was to see how they actually compared.
At the very least, the SD1 saw an awful lot of success in motorsport. Can't take that away from it.
I'm not sure that's fair. To me, at least, a lot of the cars just have something about them. I don't know if they could compete at the time, though I'm fairly certain many of them were much better than you seem to think. That's not what classic car ownership is about, though. You buy the cars you find appealing on a personal level, and drive them because it makes you happy. If you can't see that appeal, whatever. Like I say, doesn't make them any less appealing to those that do.
I wouldn't mind one either, but being a 70's British Leyland car is pretty much have to do a complete restoration to make sure it wouldn't break.
The P5, 2000tc, and 3500 were actually good cars though. Too bad they are not really worth much.
what the hell is wrong with you faggots?
Quad headlight conversion suits the v8 model so much
I don't know why they made them all 5 door. V8 should have been a coupe
sd1 is 200kg lighter, and 30hp more on the v8 compared to the p5 v8
so the sd1 is literally 500 lbs lighter for yank units
lets see a pigfat P5 compete
I like the P6 but it never seemed that special to me.
>conceived in the back of a P6
>lost virginity in the back of a P6
>impregnated by a car
>musclular looking car