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 Record Number: 90 Posted: August 18, 2003, 5:45 am 
Name: Peter Steyn
Website: None
Location: Johannesburg, South Africa
Comments:
I look forward in receiving my woodcote green RV8 recently purchased from the UK and to share in all the knowledge to be found on this very helpful site !!!

Regards, Peter Steyn

 Record Number: 89 Posted: August 13, 2003, 12:46 am 
Name: Robert G Newcomb
Website: None
Location: Balsham, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom
Comments:
Looking forward to purchasing my first MGRV8 in the near future!

 Record Number: 88 Posted: July 28, 2003, 2:23 pm 
Name: Rob Finn
Website: None
Location: Victoria, Australia
Comments:
I'm glad I took the time to search the web as I now have contacts with people who share a common interest, and can hopefully assist me with queries.

The site is great!

 Record Number: 87 Posted: July 17, 2003, 12:55 pm 
Name: Sam
Website: None
Location: Newcastle Australia
Comments:
Great resource. Your site has assisted me in my search for a quality B.

 Record Number: 86 Posted: July 10, 2003, 4:07 pm 
Name: Brett
Website: None
Location: Adelaide/South Australia
Comments:
In reply to the Power Steering query.
I have just purchased an RV8 and its got power steering. Its all electronic and sits on the steering column under the dash. I've heard that its off an MGF ? If I find any more info I'll keep everyone posted. It certainly works well !

 Record Number: 85 Posted: June 12, 2003, 10:15 pm 
Name: GarethP
Website: None
Location: Nottingham, UK
Comments:
Nice site for a lovely car! All I need to do now is find one for sale at the right price.

As for the problem with the fuel gauge. MG and Rover gauges are notoriously inaccurate - this remains even now on my 2002 MG ZS.

 Record Number: 84 Posted: May 20, 2003, 2:21 am 
Name: Robert Warner
Website: None
Location: Upminster, Essex, UK
Comments:
Great to look at. Great to drive. And judging by modern day cars, the RV8 will only get better.
Only draw back is the heavy steering, any ideas on fitting PAS anyone?

 Record Number: 83 Posted: May 16, 2003, 3:33 pm 
Name: Barry Beaman
Website: http://Queensland Australia
Location: Gold Coast Q
Comments:
I am the proud owner of no 703 Woodcote Green best sporty I,ve ever owned...I need a tonneau cover can anyone help with any suggestions Thanks

 Record Number: 82 Posted: May 6, 2003, 4:36 am 
Name: David
Website: None
Location: Essex. United Kingdom
Comments:
MGRV8 00675.

Great Site. My RV8 is currently returning an average of 27mpg, which I think is quite reasonable. One thing puzzles me though. With a 51 litre capacity tank (circa 11 gallons) I should get 300 mile to the tank full. I drive the car as low on fuel as I dare (well below empty on the guage) but have never managed to squeeze more than 40 Litres of fuel in the tank. Is this common or does the guage/sender unit need replacing?

 Record Number: 81 Posted: April 10, 2003, 12:54 am 
Name: Peter-Barrett-Chapman.
Website: None
Location: Launceston,Cornwall,Engla nd.
Comments:
At long last I am able to get information about this great car that I cant get in the country of its birth.

I have applied for retirement visa to live in F>N>Queensland Au.
If granted I would be wanting to bring the RV 8 withme. I imported it from Japan in 1997. Any help you could give would would be welcome.

 Record Number: 80 Posted: March 25, 2003, 3:24 pm 
Name: Rod
Website: None
Location: Melbourne Australia
Comments:
David,
many thanks for your wonderfull site, I am now the proud owner of
vin 0707 a 94 build Nightfire Red, a sensational car.The tips are just so helpfull. Keep up the good work..

Regards Rod Baily...

 Record Number: 79 Posted: March 9, 2003, 9:08 am 
Name: Peter
Website: None
Location: Hervey Bay Queensland Australia
Comments:
Very good site, I own a 65 roadster with a new shell replacing the rotted heap in 1980. It is still my fun !!
Always admired the RV8, the B on steroids.

 Record Number: 78 Posted: March 9, 2003, 6:26 am 
Name: Sam Carruthers
Website: http://mgocni.btinternet. co.uk
Location: Northern Ireland
Comments:
Enjoyed taking a close look at the MGRV8.
The site assisted me a lot regarding info on the RV8. I hope to purchase an RV8 soon.

 Record Number: 77 Posted: March 2, 2003, 2:58 pm 
Name: Chris Meredith
Website: None
Location: Ontario, Canada
Comments:
Brilliant site. Wonderful automobile. An astounding resource for current and potential owners of this fine car.

I would like to bring one to Canada and need advise/assistance, obviously ....

And - forgive me if I utter blasphemy - but is it physically possible to convert the MGRV8 to left-hand drive, or is it an engineering nightmare?

Anyone with the wherewithall to advise or handle importation of a good Japanese or British specimen to Canada or advise on possible conversion to left-hand drive, please respond to the noted email.

 Record Number: 76 Posted: February 22, 2003, 1:58 am 
Name: Phil Heesch
Website: None
Location: NSW AUSTRALIA
Comments:
Great site for the RV8 crazies like myself. I am the owner of a nightfire red 1995 RV8 VIN 1825 rego MGR-08V. I need some of the original accessories if possible like the half tonneau and sticks, tool kit, torch and flare. My car, ex Japan had these missing unfortunately. Any help on procuring these would be appreciated
The owners tips are great and I hope to add some in the future.
Keep up the good work

 Record Number: 75 Posted: February 20, 2003, 3:45 am 
Name: Warren
Website: None
Location: Ireland; Dublin
Comments:
Great site... what really struck a note was two of my favorite cars in the Gallery... the PT and the RV8!! Great great choices!!

I have a silver PT and still busy fixing a BGT. Larger work than what I expected!!

Just a quick question, anyone that has a MG BGT with or changed the two 6V batteries, please give me some arguments why I should replace it besides the fact that if one battery goes the other goes!!

Thank you,

Warren

 Record Number: 74 Posted: February 17, 2003, 6:31 am 
Name: Matt
Website: None
Location: UK
Comments:
Great site and so are the backgrounds i am 14 and would love to own an MG RV8 but i cant seem to find any reviews onit. great site keep up the good work.

 Record Number: 73 Posted: February 12, 2003, 1:50 am 
Name: Gennaro Cantalupo
Website: http://none
Location: 1504 Park Ave , Northern Cambria, Pa. 15714 USA
Comments:
I used to own a MGA 1960 and now am 56 years of age. I am ready to retire in one to two years and would love to own a MGRV8. I was very sorry I sold the 1960 MGA. I am a professor and would appreciate it if there is a place in USA that sells the MGRV8. Thank you very much for your cooperation.

Gennaro Cantalupo

 Record Number: 72 Posted: February 10, 2003, 8:41 am 
Name: Erik Jeffery
Website: None
Location: Catalunya (Spain)
Comments:
I believe I own the only RV8 in Spain (woodcote green 1457), imported from Japan in 2002. Very low mileage and trouble free, although I do have some reservations about the 'improved' front cross member and weight of the windscreen frame, both of which make the car inferior to drive compared with other MGB and V8s I have driven over the years. In other respects it is a fantastic vehicle. Your website is terrific and very useful, keep it up.

 Record Number: 71 Posted: February 3, 2003, 5:26 am 
Name: Mark everett
Website: None
Location: GB
Comments:
Am thinking of buying a MGRV8 ...this site has provided a good insight in to the vehicle....thanks

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