My Actifit Report Card: April 3 2021

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Did some shopping and went to the auto wreckers to get some parts for a friend's car that needs some repairs this morning.

Today's featured vehicle is this 1970s Rover P6B these have a 3.5l V8 engine and a lot of very impressive engineering for its time.

Inside lighting makes the colour a bit different between pictures.
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Good old car that. The engine was found in a skip in the USA. Not joking either.

Yeah I've owned two of these car's. An old Buick engine.

General Motors lump. Good engines and very easy to tune for lots of power.

Yes can get lots of power out of them.

I would not have known that this was a Rover. 3.5l V8 engine? Damn!

Originally was going to have a jet engine in them😲

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That's an interesting colour. Those old Rovers are nice cars.

Very nice cars indeed.