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|Seen in July 2005 at the Melbourne Tank Museum is this CMP based Rover armoured car belonging to another collector.|
|In an interesting coincidence the data plate is one later than this dash.||Dash plate arrangement is different to a cab 12.|
|Front mudguards are intact and genuine although the bumper has been replaced.|
|John Belfield pointed out the access to the engine from inside the cab is limited by the fact the side panels aren't openable unlike later Rovers and other cab 12s.||Unfortunately much rusting has taken place.|
|Sitting on the rear is this Canadian Top and Body Coy. box.|
|Other Rover remains exist in Western Australia.
The following images are from Rod Diery's website. The vehicle on the left is Hull number (and ARN) 77641, a converted Mk 2 Rover which Rod acquired in 1998.
|Rod acquired this hull from the Army Museum at Nungarin, Western Australia.|
|These hulls were pictured in 1998 by Rod at the Army Museum at Nungarin, Western Australia. The hull above right is one of these which was the only Mk 2 version.|