[Rovernet] Rover 2200 manual.

Steven Dibdin sdibdin at gmail.com
Mon Jul 21 13:11:42 EDT 2014

Hi Roger,

I had a Henry Rose Fabric sunroof on a triumph many years ago and was able
to get that recovered and fixed by an automotive upholsterer when I lived
in the UK. I believe he did upholstery and folding roofs. It was pretty
reasonable cost wise and they did a great job. Maybe have a look around
locally for a similar company, it might work out well for you as they could
work on the car directly and make sure  it fits correctly.

Hope it helps,


On Mon, Jul 21, 2014 at 12:42 PM, James Radcliffe via Rovernet <
rovernet at rovernet.org> wrote:

> You may be able to order one from the Pitstop book shop in Perth. Their
> website lists, but is special order.
> There is one on ebay right now:
> http://www.ebay.com/itm/ROVER-2000-2200-CLASSIC-CAR-FACTORY-REPAIR-MANUAL-/161354511556?pt=UK_Car_Parts_Vehicles_Automobila_ET&hash=item25917a74c4
> There are a lot of Haynes or Ball workshop manuals as well on ebay and
> amazon.
> Do you know the  history of your car. My understanding is that they 2200
> was never sold in Australia. The were assembled in NZ and sold there. Is
> yours a NZ assembled model? What color is it? I did see one once at a
> wreckers near Adelaide.
> The vacuum operated gadgets would be some sort of emission control. Is
> your car a TC or SC. The TC 2200's had HIF6 carbs which were temperature
> compensated.
> Which state are you in?  Are you a member of a Rover club? Your local
> Rover club will have ideas on somewhere local who can work on the brakes.
> Also there were a few different variations on the rear hand brake
> mechanism, which is not well documented. I can probably find you an article
> on that.
> James.
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