Gerrard Shaw

Gerrard Shaw

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Rover 100 Accessories Brochure

There is a comprehensive range of accessories available for your Rover 100, some of which are unique to the model

Entering the code on your Rover R660 radio

The stock radio units fitted to the Metro & Rover 100 series are programmed with a four-digit security code as an anti-theft measure. If the battery is removed or goes flat you may need to re-enter the code next time the radio is turned on. This procedure is written for the R660 unit but also applies to other Rover radios such as R570, R670 and R681.

Watch MetroFest LIVE on Metropower this weekend stars

Looking for something to watch this weekend? MySuperCar and the Hickford Construction MG Metro Cup are producing a live event, MetroFest to promote the 2021 race season. You can watch it live via our Facebook page from 12pm this Saturday (20th March)

Cathy's Metros stars

Cathy got in touch after seeing our Metro 40th feature on the BBC. She has quite a collection of Metros; a 1983 MG Metro in Zircon Blue, a 1995 Flame red 114 GTa and finally a 1998 Hawaiian Blue 114 GSi... as well as a 1983 black MG Metro and 1983 Oporto Red Vanden Plas in storage! Here she tells us about her Metros in her own words...

Metropower makes BBC front page news!

A BBC reporter recently contacted us to contribute to a feature on the Metro 40th anniversary, hold the front page!

Happy 40th anniversary to the Metro! stars

Today marks the 40th anniversary of the launch of the Austin miniMetro, celebrate with Metropower by posting your favourite Metro-ing memories!

Gualberto Rocha's 114GTi stars

"After 6 months of work I declare it finished!" - Gualberto Rocha

British Motor Museum online exhibition stars

The British Motor Museum is to host a brand new exhibition to celebrate one of Britain’s best-selling small cars - entitled “Metro at 40”. For the first time the Museum will be hosting the exhibition online as part of its drive to have more online and accessible insights into their collection. The exhibition, which went live on 9 September, is free to view from their website and gives everyone the chance to celebrate this iconic car’s special birthday.

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