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    ... over the past few years they has been a steady supply of maestros for sale on varies auctions and websites? In fact even increased quite a bit recently. But either none of very little montegos? Can this be collaborated in the number of montegos that have survived compared to maestros? If so I wonder why they have had a higher death rate. The ones that do come up for sale seem to be mostly late countyman estates.
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    Tbh ive not realy looked but your Not haveing my early estate Never lol
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      Seem to remember bit about this in last years Monstro, including vans there are more than twice as many Maestros as Montegos on the road according to https://www.howmanyleft.co.uk/?utf8=...=rover+maestro probably just that people seem to like hatchbacks and estates rather than saloons these days?

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