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Old 10-02-2009, 22:24   #7 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Mikchi View Post
1.1 engine

* Rover Metro
* Rover 100
* Rover 200
* Rover 25

1.4 engine

* Rover Metro
* Rover 100
* Rover 200
* Rover 25
* Rover 400
* Rover 45
* Rover Streetwise
* MG ZR
* MG ZS - Ireland only.
* Caterham Seven
* GTM Libra
* FSO Polonez Caro/Atu

1.6 engine

* Rover 200
* Rover 25
* Rover Streetwise
* Rover 400
* Rover 45
* MG ZS
* MG F
* MG TF
* Caterham Seven

1.8 engine

* Rover 200
* Rover 25 (145 HP VVC)
* Rover 45
* Rover Streetwise
* Rover 75
* MG ZR (160 HP VVC)
* MG ZS (115HP)
* MG ZT (160 HP Turbo)
* MG F (160 HP VVC)
* MG TF (160 HP VVC)
* Lotus Elise
* Land Rover Freelander
* Caterham Seven
* Ariel Atom
* GTM Libra
Lol wiki to the rescue...

Im really after how many of each were built - ie, total number of k series engines fitted to cars. Although could prob get away with the total number of k series engines produced.

Im doing a report in business venturing, basically trying to argue for the establishment of a company specializing in creating new tuning parts for the k. The whole topic really is to prove that business growth is possible in a dying/dead market - the fact the k is no longer produced yet would a company still be able to grow being based on it. So really i need numbers of engines produced to guage an idea of the potential market size, obv not taking into account cars which have died over the years etc etc but doesnt have to be too technical as im pitching the essay to a bunch of business lecturers.
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