Rover Fourteen 1939 convertible

Rover Fourteen 1939 convertible

Postby SionGloddfa » Thu Apr 06, 2017 9:19 pm

Hi there,

Wonder if anyone can help? My uncle recently passed away and the family are looking to part with his Rover Fourteen coachman? (Convertible). Can anyone help with history or valuation of such vehicle?

Thanks a lot

Sion
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Re: Rover Fourteen 1939 convertible

Postby RobHomewood » Fri Apr 07, 2017 9:00 am

There are lots of enthusiasts who would jump at the chance of buying a 1939 Rover 14 Tickford Drophead Coupe which what it sounds like you have, especially if it is one known to the club. It is a rare car and not many appear on the market.The value depends on condition and originality of course but Mike Maher is the expert on valuations
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Re: Rover Fourteen 1939 convertible

Postby SionGloddfa » Fri Apr 07, 2017 9:52 pm

Many thanks for the help.

Have you a way I can contact Mike Maher please?

The car was in lovely condition when it safely transported the Wife and I on our wedding day in extreme style but has been in storage since. If i knew how I would post some puctures!

Thanks a lot

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Re: Rover Fourteen 1939 convertible

Postby mikewheadon1928 » Wed Apr 12, 2017 7:18 pm

Hello Sion. Good evening.

I am currently looking to purchase such a convertible Rover and would welcome a chat with you about this particular car.
My name is Mike Wheadon and I can be contacted on 01202 882188 or 07817 855827 or email cwmrhuddan@hotmail.com

Warmest Regards

Mike
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Re: Rover Fourteen 1939 convertible

Postby Brumfield » Tue Jul 11, 2017 7:42 am

Can you post some pictures?
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