£200, plus tax disc refund.
Now sold, sorry Dan.
WBAC's online system showed 225, WWYC's system showed 350 net for a "perfect" car.
Someone will make a few pennies on the bits alone, but I don't have the time, inclination or skills to break.
Ten-year old Alfas are worth more as bits than as cars, however much-loved.
I'd have pushed it at a lower price on here or on Ebay before giving it to WBAC - be aware that they are likely to chip you on any offer they have made when you get there as they know you now have little option.
I know - that's where they make their money - but the offer was so low, there wasn't much to chip away at.
On the other hand (and to be fair to them), two years ago, I sold a 52 reg Corsa to them, bottom of the range, for 850, no debate and no arguments. Corsas sell to Barry-boy, Alfas don't.