Humphshumphs.co.uk & rover75.me.uk are an online trading division of
Richard C Humphries.
You will find information to do with Cars (in particular the Rover 75/MG ZT), general car stuff, Computers and more.
As all websites, it is constantly evolving, so please pop in to see what else is happening.
Rear badges (non-genuine) to suit the Rover 75 Saloon and Tourer are available for sale, as are badges to suit the wheels centres of the Union design (these may fit other wheels centres of course). Simple Service & Maintenance Record booklets together with Leather laser etched key ring fobs are also available for sale.
We are also working on non car related items that we will eventually offer for sale, so don't forget to pop back to find out.
A member of The Moon Club
What's this? Well, it's something that has been set up by a respected member of The Rover 75 and MG ZT Owners Club for cars that have travelled the distance to the moon (well the distance that the moon is closest to the earth) of 225,623 miles. My trusty 75 Tourer managed to become a member of this fairly exclusive club on Wednesday 8th March 2017. It came off the production line on Monday 10th January 2005, so has taken just over 12 years to reach this mileage. (This is increasing on a daily basis).
For more information, why not pop over to The Rover 75 and MG ZT Owners Club forum and see who else has joined the Moon Club
(Click here to go to the correct post)
Just for reference, (as taken from space.com):
The moon's orbit around Earth is elliptical.
At perigee (its closest approach), the moon comes as close as 225,623 miles (363,104 km).
At apogee (the farthest away it gets), the moon is 252,088 miles (405,696 km) from Earth.
On average, the distance from Earth to the moon is about 238,855 miles (384,400 km).
However, the moon is moving away from Earth at a rate of about 1.5 inches (4 cm) per year.