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JUNE 1ST – 4TH, 2023

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The Cars at the Roveratorium

1933 Meteor
1910 Single Engine
1970 P5B Coupe
1926 Rover 9
P4 Cyclops

celebrating rovers Cars In the USA for over 20 years

RoverAmerica (RA) is not a club, it is more of a meeting point for North American Rover car owners. That said, WE do strongly recommend you join as many Rover clubs both here and abroad. The owning and restoration of a Rover really says more about what you feel is import in life than it is about a classic car. So, supporting the Marquee is naturally part of the mission of RA.

rover history

In the Beginning

The first Rover was a tricycle manufactured by Starley & Sutton Co. of Coventry, England in 1883. The company was founded by John Kemp Starley and William Sutton in 1878.

Early Rover & Pre War Cars

In 1889 the company became J. K. Starley & Co. Ltd and in the late 1890s, the Rover Cycle Company Ltd. Three years after Starley's death in 1901, the Rover company began...

WWII & Gas Turbines

IIn the late 1930s, in anticipation of potential hostilities which would become World War II, the British government started a re-armament programme...

Post War Cars

After the Second World War, the company abandoned Helen Street and bought the two Shadow Factories. Acocks Green carried on for a while making Meteor engines...

British Leyland Years

In 1967, Rover became part of the Leyland Motor Corporation (LMC), which already owned Triumph. The next year, LMC merged with the British Motor Holdings (BMH) ...

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