Scrap Rover 45 2004 Reg
This Rover 45 was bought by Allstar Breakers as an end of life vehicle, we were able to offer significantly more money than our customer would have got at trade in price. We started off Allstar Breakers as World of Rover, a specialist dealers in Rover parts, so we have an extensive catalogue of Rover car parts from many models of Rover, as well as a long list of customers who regularly come back to us for quality Rover parts!
We collected this Rover 45 from Lancaster, North Lancashire and delivered it back to our base in Preston for breaking, first taking out the engine and all other valuable internal mechanics before breaking the car its smaller parts for more general requests, such as indicator stalks, wing panels and window mechanics etc.
As mentioned we have a huge range of spare Rover car parts in our warehouse, so if you have any questions or queries about any Rover car parts, please don’t hesitate to give us a call on: 01772 700607.
History and About the Rover 45
The Rover 45 started life as the Rover 400, produced by British manufacturer Rover Group, which later became MG Rover. The car was mutually developed during Rover’s collaboration with Honda.
In the autumn of 1999, the 400 Series was facelifted (under the codename Oyster) and renamed Rover 45. Although instantly recognisable as the same car which had been marketed as an inexpensive alternative to other large family cars during the later part of the 1990s, Rover management now realised the error of their previous strategy and it was priced/marketed as a small family car. From the summer of 2001, a re-engineered hot hatch version of the Rover 45 was sold as the MG ZS.