It is worth making another point. This market has two groups of people in it. There are the people who need a finance package from a dealer, and there there are enthusiasts who are looking for something fun.
The people needing finance won't look at the car. No finance, no deal.
The enthusiasts may not look at your car in the way you think. I would not pay more for "sorted brakes" - because I would be counting down the days till I could fit a set of 330s with DS2500s. I would prefer to pay less for unsorted brakes that I could sort. Ditto with bluetooth - I want the Alpine interface that I know and love, so there is no advantage in your bluetooth set up. If your cambelt has been done by anyone other than an indie I trust (and can phone up to check they've done the pump etc), I would be doing it again.
As an enthusiast, I would be looking for a straight car (no accident damage), with a decent service history (i.e. the big bits have been looked after), and priced to account for the fact that loads of service items need doing.
I may be at the extreme end of this having bought a V6 Gt for less than £1K....needed a bit of work....but you get the idea.
Anyway, let the ads run and see if it sells. In 3 months, you'll either be telling us all we know nothing, or be advertising it for £2500!