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Rowe Hillmaster – A Cracking Competition From Tachoblog

Rowe Hillmaster was an English company based in Cornwall.  Thanks to Chris Campbell from Skills for Logistics we have a Rowe Hillmaster competition to start 2012 with.

The firm of M. G. Rowe (Motors) Ltd., made an entry into the PSV chassis market in 1953, when the managing director, Mr. Maurice Rowe, who had visited the 1952 Earls Court Commercial Motor Show and taken an instant liking to the new Meadows 4DC engine, had one delivered and immediately set to work designing a chassis around it.


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Rowe Hillmaster’s history and vehicles have been beautifully documented in ‘The Cornish Commercial Vehicle’ by Peter Tutthill.

Now click below for more and how you can win a copy of the Rowe Hillmaster book too…

The book is in limited supply.  At the time of writing just 174 copies remain.  You can buy your’s for £13.00 (including UK P&P) from Rowes-Honda Garages.

There are also 150 lapel badges available too – these are £4.56 each (again including UK P&P).

If you’d like to buy then please contact Malcom Parkes.

However, thanks to Chris Campbell and his sister Linda Searley who works for Interprint in Plymouth, Tachoblog has one copy of the Rowe Hillmaster book to give away.

To win all you have to do is send an email with the Subject Line of Rowe Hillmaster Competition to rowe@tachoblog.com

That’s it, not even a silly question to answer.

Just make sure we get your email by 31st January 2012.  We’ll then select the winner at random.



Posted by on January 3, 2012.


Categories: 1950's, Classics

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