Like I said at the bottom of the previous post.

BMW wanted to revive the name Riley and make the Rover 75 into a coupe.

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I did this second post as someone did do a Rover 75 coupe.

And it looks the bomb.

It would of suited the V8 front end more and is wearing an MG grille with a Rover badge on but otherwise, it looks really great.

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He also did a pickup 75 too.

Not keen on the faux wood grille and strips that run around the car.

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He also did a ‘double header’ but meh.

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