Best of the WebA hand-picked selection of websites unrelated to Rover...
Best of the Web. A selection of non-Rover websites that we recommend. If you wish to suggest any other links, please send me an email and I’ll be happy to add it.
https://www.aronline.co.uk : The complete British motor history website: from Austin to Wolseley
A vast site that mainly covers the British motor industry since the 1950’s with information and articles on the companies and cars, including the Rover P5.
Driven To Write
https://driventowrite.com : Still The World’s Least Influential Motoring Site
“Driven To Write was founded by three like-minded writers frustrated with the polarised motoring journalism on offer. Our aim has been to publish the kind of diverse and original content no-one else appears interested in producing. Off-message, idiosyncratic, quixotic or sometimes just daft, while we sometimes tip our hat to the daily spin of the news cycle, as soon as the tub stops rotating we march unapologetically on to a different drumbeat – even if it’s one that only we can hear …”
http://citroen-sm.uk : Supporting the classic 1970s Citroën SM, a marriage of Citroën and Maserati
“We exist to assist owners of the car with information on how to keep their vehicles in top condition. We encourage owners to use these wonderful cars and help them in any way we can by providing practical help such as sourcing essential parts or providing the name of a recognised SM mechanic or servicing agent. This site is owned and operated by Citroen SM Owners UK Ltd.”
http://www.redtriangle.co.uk : The Home of Alvis Cars
“Founded by the ex-employees, with the help and support of the Alvis Company, Red Triangle started business in June 1968 providing parts and service for the cars in everyday use at that time. The Alvis Company passed everything to Red Triangle – the complete stock of ALVIS PARTS, all 22,000 Car Records, one for every car Alvis produced and over 14,000 works drawings, correspondence files and data sheets – in fact everything to do with Alvis cars from 1920 to 1967.”