Welcome to the Rover P4 Drivers' Guild Website


Thank you for visiting our website. The Rover P4 Drivers' Guild is the only club that is dedicated to the support of the Rover 60, 75, 80, 90, 95, 100, 105, and 110 range of cars manufactured between 1949 and 1964.

The aim of the Guild is to help P4 owners to preserve their cars for regular use by assisting them to locate spares, literature, advice, competent mechanics and other services to keep their cars in a roadworthy condition. The Guild is a very friendly and inclusive club which welcomes owners of P4s irrespective of their cars being in concours or restoration condition.

Please browse the information on this website to learn more about the Guild, the benefits you could enjoy as a member, the P4 range of cars, Guild events, P4s for sale, and access to the e-commerce service to purchase membership, event booking, merchandise (regalia, publications and remanufactured parts).  Links to P4 related videos and other Rover clubs are also included on this website.

This website also contains content that is only available to Guild members to provide an increasingly rich source of P4 information to supplement Guild publications.

The Guild has also established a popular social media presence via an active Facebook Group, Instagram account and a Forum; all are accessible from this website.

If you like what you have read about the Guild on this website, we hope you choose to join and experience a vibrant club that actively supports the continuing theme of the Rover P4 being "One Of Britain's Fine Cars".

This website has been created with articles and images gratefully received from several Guild members and Rover dignatories, reflecting the inclusive nature of the Guild.

Latest Guild news

  • 2022 Guild membership

    The Guild is pleased to advise that from 1st July 2022 new members can choose between either 12 month membership (January to December 2022) or 6... Read more....
  • Events latest

    The much loved All Rover Rally at the Quainton Railway Centre has been announced. Please refer to the Events article on this website for further... Read more....
  • Guild committee updates and vacancies

    Regional Support Officer We are still trying to recruit to our Regional Support Officer role.  The responsibilities are to engage with the Regional and... Read more....
  • Regional groups latest

    The Devon Regional Group is moving to the Highwayman’s Haunt at Chudleigh, Devon, TQ13 0DE.  Meetings are from 7:30pm on the third Thursday of each... Read more....
  • Merchandise latest

    Out with Regalia, in with Merchandise! The Guild is pleased to advise that the transfer of responsibilities for Regalia to our new Merchandise... Read more....
  • Guild President's new book

    The Guild's President Stan Johnstone has just published his new book, Looking After The Mechanics Of Your Rover P4. This is a 152 page mine of... Read more....

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The Guild's bi-monthly Overdrive magazine is the only club magazine that is dedicated to the Rover P4 range of cars. Its publication is a much praised service provided to Guild members. Please click the icon above to view a copy, noting that personal information has been redacted, hence the blank areas.



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The Guild is one of the founder members of the consortium of classic Rover clubs, known as Joint Rover Clubs, JRC. Please click the icon above for further information about JRC.

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The Guild is a member of the Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs to ensure that we are kept appraised of national developments in addition to being able provide our views into national debate. Please click the icon above to open up the FBHVC website in a new window.