MG Rover Owners Club (MGROC)

We cover all MG & Rover cars, We are the MG Owners Club & Rover Owners club, combined in one, from Rover 75 to MGZT, from Rover 800 to MGB, we are here for all your MG Rover MGR cars
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We cover all MG & Rover cars, We are the MG Owners Club & Rover Owners club, combined in one, from Rover 75 to MGZT, from Rover 800 to MGB, we are here for all your MG Rover MGR cars
 

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New member Mgf owner. Is it a trophy?

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Unread postby Moldyolds » Sun Feb 11, 2018 4:50 pm

Hello, I am Mike, just joined. I bought a 2000 Mgf Steptronic last year which is in great condition and will turn 70000 miles very soon! I have noticed that there is a metal plaque under the front bonnet which says vvc. I also noticedbthat the wings have small flag badges under the indicator repeaters. There are a number of other nice touches suggesting it is a special edition. Does this mean it is a Trophy with a vvt engine or is this just wishful thinking? Any thoughts appreciated..

Kind regards

Mike
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Unread postby Michael » Mon Feb 12, 2018 1:44 pm

Spotting the difference between a VVC and a non-VVC MGF:

MAYBE THE ANSWER? (shrug)
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Unread postby Moldyolds » Thu Feb 15, 2018 5:09 pm

Thanks so much! Really helpful. I will check these out and post the result.
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