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Lot 157
2001 Rover Maestro 1.3 (Ledbury)
2001 Rover Maestro 1.3 (Ledbury)
IMG-20211028-WA0001 2001 Rover Maestro 1.3 IMG-20211028-WA0010 2001 Rover Maestro 1.3 IMG-20211028-WA0011 2001 Rover Maestro 1.3 IMG-20211028-WA0012 2001 Rover Maestro 1.3 IMG-20211028-WA0013 2001 Rover Maestro 1.3 j (1) 2001 Rover Maestro 1.3 j (2) 2001 Rover Maestro 1.3 j (3) 2001 Rover Maestro 1.3 j (4) 2001 Rover Maestro 1.3 j (5) 2001 Rover Maestro 1.3 n (1) 2001 Rover Maestro 1.3 n (2) 2001 Rover Maestro 1.3 n (3) 2001 Rover Maestro 1.3

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Lot Number: 157
Estimate: £2,250 - 2,750
  • V5 Present
  • MoT Aug 2022
  • Chassis number: TETB10S130530Z002
In 1994, Rover established Rodacar, a joint venture with a Bulgarian company to produce Maestros in that country using CKD kits sent from the UK. Production began in July 1995 and 2200 cars were assembled before the factory closed in April 1996. However, two British dealers, Parkway Services in Ledbury and Apple 2000 in Bury St Edmunds, acquired the stocks of unsold Maestros, both in CKD kit form and already‑built up, and subsequently sold them in the UK, converting most of them to right‑hand drive.

This 2001 car is one of the Parkway Services CKD cars, albeit with its V5C recording it as a TET (Trans European Trading ‑ a company very closely associated with Parkway Services). These Bulgarian machines are generally better‑known as Ledbury Maestros.

Seven former registered keepers are noted on the current V5C (which is accompanied by several past V5Cs), and the car's odometer records a mileage of 53,688. The MoT is valid until June 2022, and there are previous certificates from 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017, 2015, 2014 2012, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007. There's also a print‑out of previous MoTs from 2022 back to 2007 (when the mileage was 32,041 miles). One of the several bills in the paperwork file is for a repair to the roof, bonnet and bumper in 2012 at a cost of nearly £500.

This Maestro is in very good order throughout, and a fascinating example of one of the very last examples of the breed to be put together.

PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR VIDEO PRODUCED 3RD NOVEMBER BY ACA OF THIS CAR.
In 1994, Rover established Rodacar, a joint venture with a Bulgarian company to produce Maestros in that country using CKD kits sent from the UK. Production began in July 1995 and 2200 cars were assembled before the factory closed in April 1996. However, two British dealers, Parkway Services in Ledbury and Apple 2000 in Bury St Edmunds, acquired the stocks of unsold Maestros, both in CKD kit form and already-built up, and subsequently sold them in the UK, converting most of them to right-hand drive. This 2001 car is one of the Parkway Services CKD cars, albeit with its V5C recording it as a TET (Trans European Trading - a company very closely associated with Parkway Services). These Bulgarian machines are generally better-known as Ledbury Maestros. Seven former registered keepers are noted on the current V5C (which is accompanied by several past V5Cs), and the car's odometer records a mileage of 53,688. The MoT is valid until June 2022, and there are previous certificates from 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017, 2015, 2014 2012, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007. There's also a print-out of previous MoTs from 2022 back to 2007 (when the mileage was 32,041 miles). One of the several bills in the paperwork file is for a repair to the roof, bonnet and bumper in 2012 at a cost of nearly £500. This Maestro is in very good order throughout, and a fascinating example of one of the very last examples of the breed to be put together. PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR VIDEO PRODUCED 3RD NOVEMBER BY ACA OF THIS CAR.
  • V5 Present
  • MoT Aug 2022
  • Chassis number: TETB10S130530Z002
Estimate: £2,250 - 2,750

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