Unique drophead stars at Rover P5 national rally


There was a superb showing of Rover P5 variants at the P5 Club's 2012 National Rally at Bowood House on 8-9 September.

The Wiltshire meeting basked in excellent weather and boasted more than 100 cars on site, including the FLM Panelcraft Drophead Coupé, a manual 3 Litre that was converted new to two-door convertible spec by the London coachbuilder.

The weekend included a tour and visit to the Atwell Wilson Motor Museum. Entry to the main event cost just £5 per car.

The trophy winners were by people's choice, with George Parker's car being voted Best P5B Coupé and John Wallet coming in as runner-up.

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