This car is as rotten as a pear. I've been to look at it and it was me that prompted the seller that maybe he should revise his listing. I don't think he realised how bad it is. There is a lot of rot that you can see, and more you can't, right? Wings, hatch, hatch slam panel, holes in the rear valance you can climb into! doors, sills, n/s a-post and b-post, screen surround, rear arches. There is not a decent panel on the car, even the bonnet has been shut down on one of the stut tops and almost gone through! Start pulling off the panels and you will find more rot, thats for sure. It's been under trees for over two years and now sits about 5 inches off the ground 'cause of the lower spring set-up. Ground is chipped bark, just right for keeping things damp, just like a forest floor. He has now said that jacking points are falling off, doesn't surprise me. I couldn't get underneath to look at the floor as it is so low and because of the build up of wet bark. Seats would need a retrim otherwise it's garish red and grey. Good luck to the winning bidder, it's worth one a half hundred for the parts you'll be able to take from it. Although you wouldn't want it costing anything getting it back home. Other than that, deep pockets, empty diary and good body skills. Engine has had a few adventures too, by the sound of it. The seller is a real nice fella though. I had a very long chat with him, he's a real sprint lover and told me he has an early sprint 16v road car being finished off. I was there three and a half hours. It wasn't a wasted journey though as I did pick up a few decent parts from him. I would recommend anyone buying it with a view to restoring it to have a look first though.