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Rover Metro GTa

The GTa was launched in 1990 with the new Metro range. It continued on the success of the Mk2 Austin Metro GTa.

Metro to 100

In 1994 Rover took the decision to revamp the Metro, renaming it to Rover 100 in the process.

Summit Garage Rover adverts (1997)

What was your Metro worth back in 1997? Find out by taking a step back in time courtesy of Summit Garage

Rover Metro Cabriolet

Manufactured and launched in 1991. This is the most special and most rare of any model in the entire eighteen years of the Metro. Rover encountered many technical difficulties, i.e. ensuring the hood was waterproof from all angles, and it didn't jam. The high spec and all the extra work was putting the price up and up. It was going to sell around £12,000. In the end very few were ever made.

Craig's Rover 114 Cabriolet

'How many friends would I lose?' is the question Craig asked just before the V5 for a purple Rover 114 Cabriolet was signed over to him, although it seems he does not regret the decision. Read the story of this rare car within.

Ben's Audi powered Rover 100 stars

Now here's something a little bit different! A Rover 100 powered by an Audi 20v, and it's turbocharged to boot!

Allens 111 Kensington 1.8 Metro stars

Here Allen tells the story of his interesting Rover 111 Kensington with A-Series front and rear end conversion! Very cool.

Wayne Keggan's Track Rover 114 GTA

Wayne's Rover 114 GTA is a real head turner and a favourite here at Metropower. With it's awesome track stance, 160 VVC engine under the bonnet and an endless spec list, this one is a giant killer! Here Wayne tells the story of how the car came to be, in his own words.

Jason's 1983 MK1 MG Metro - In Australia!

Whilst Jason's Metropower journey only began recently, he has been into British cars and Metros for much longer. Here's the story of his awesome black MK1 MG Metro from 1983, which at some point made its way to the opposite end of the world, in Australia! With three Metros including a MK3 Rover VVC in the workshop, Jason is clearly a Metro nut!

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