I know that it was advertised in Fast Car (?) magazine in January for £10995. It may have been in Autotrader as well but I didn't see it there.
I've had it about 3 weeks and paid £4250 for it - the (first and only) owner had traded it in for a Vetra (excuse me while I go and wash my mouth out) GSi for some bizarre reason.
Here's what I know about the mods to the car:
Standard 2.5 bottom end. Gas-flowed, ported and polished heads, raised compression ratio (actual figure unknown), custom cams (again, spec unknown but probably approximating 'fast road' spec). Re-mapped ECU (possibly a custom Superchips chip), stainless exhaust system including headers, DTM rear box, straight-though cat replacement. Power between 220 and 240 bhp depending on who you ask.
Koni adjustable shocks/struts, unknown springs (approx 60-70mm lower than standard) soon to be replaced with Eibach 'Pro-kit' springs. Larger anti-roll bars (again, unknown spec but I will measure them when I do the springs), alloy strut brace.
Wheels and Tyres
Zender alloys (similar style to 18" racing wheels used by Alfa racing team) anodised 'smoke' colour. 17"x7" (or possibly 7.5") with Toyo Proxes 215/40ZR17 tyres. These barely fit under narrow-body arches.
Standard rear disks, front Forza (Autodelta) grooved, cross-drilled and vented disks with standard callipers and 'fast road' pads - very effective.
Zender front and rear bumpers and matching side-skirts. Silverstone rear spoiler on adjustable lifts (in pictures) which I have removed for the moment. Stickers in style of Tarquini's '94 touring car - I've since removed the '55' numbers and white backgrounds because with them the car was just too unsubtle. Single 'touring car' spec windscreen wiper.
That just about sums up what's been done to the car (that I know about). Most modification work was done in late 19954/early 1995 by Brodie Brittain Racing (BBR) at Silverstone. Top speed is allegedly in excess of 160mph and I'd estimate 0-60 in 5 to 6 seconds.