We've been down this road before with asking price threads but if you're asking me, I'd say your price was fair. Your main problem is the lack of leather. Buy a second hand leather interior on ebay for £200 and fit it then you'll stand more chance of selling. If the alloys are other than lightly curbed, you could get them refurbed for around £75 each. Similarly with the scratch on the boot and the sills - get them sorted! Buyers don't want the hassle of knowing they have to do jobs like that after they buy the car with no real idea of how much it's going to cost.
I would take close up pictures of the sill and the worst alloy damage so people have an idea what they're buying before they travel. It's a matter of taste but I think your head unit looks awful - put the original one back. After you've done all that, I reckon you could probably ask another £500 because it's basically a lovely looking car with good history and sensible miles.
Last edited by Alan Walker; 31-07-13 at 11:14.