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  • Austin Rover Name: British Racing Grn
    Collection: 1966
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  • Austin Rover Name: Chelsea Gray
    Collection: 1963
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  • Austin Rover Name: Iris Blue
    Collection: 1965
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  • Austin Rover Name: Iris Blue
    Collection: 1960
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  • Austin Rover Name: Iris Blue
    Collection: 1961
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  • Austin Rover Name: Chelsea Gray
    Collection: 1964
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  • Austin Rover Name: Iris Blue
    Collection: 1963
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  • Austin Rover Name: Iris Blue
    Collection: 1959
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  • Austin Rover Name: British Racing Grn
    Collection: 1967
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  • Austin Rover Name: Chelsea Gray
    Collection: 1965
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  • Austin Rover Name: British Racing Grn
    Collection: 1964
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  • Austin Rover Name: British Racing Grn
    Collection: 1969
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  • Austin Rover Name: Iris Blue
    Collection: 1964
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  • Austin Rover Name: Iris Blue
    Collection: 1958
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  • Austin Rover Name: British Racing Grn
    Collection: 1970
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  • Austin Rover Name: Black Tulip
    Collection: 1972
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  • Austin Rover Name: Iris Blue
    Collection: 1962
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  • Austin Rover Name: British Racing Grn
    Collection: 1968
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  • Austin Rover Name: Black Tulip
    Collection: 1973
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    Collection: 1965
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Austin Rover

The Austin Rover Group (ARG) was a British motor manufacturer. It was formed in 1981 as the mass-market car manufacturing subsidiary of British Leyland (BL). ARG was the end result of a comprehensive restructuring programme intended to rescue BL from almost-certain oblivion, and with the Triumph, Morris, Riley and Wolseley marques now effectively dead, the new, leaner car business was rechristened as the Austin Rover Group and focused primarily on the Austin and Rover marques.

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Color complements are those colors that work well together. They are diagonally opposite each other on the color wheel. Each complement is made up of the two primary colors either side of it which balances the complement.

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