Somewhat surprised by the lack of interest in this - not so much price-wise, but for all the enthusiasm it's had; just in case anyone read the PC caption and not the actual thread or page, a quick recap.
It's a 2002 Renault Twingo Expression, 1.2 8v, Mk 1, LHD.
Originally from Holland, it was imported fairly young, and converted to MPH, hence it's recorded miles. There's an electronic converter in the dash; documented.
It has RHD headlights, hence they're the earlier mid-design with integrated indicator but not complex reflectors. It should have the complex reflector at this age.
It's in working condition - two keys, and turn either one and it'll drive anywhere - after months in the garage over winter I drove it Peteborough without issues, it's generally pleasant to drive too. Very easy despite being LHD.
I got it a while ago, with a misfire. As documented, the misfire was a failed headgasket between the cylinders - fluids had not mixed. It took a while to get around to fixing it, but it's been fixed since August 2017, driven regularly until the weather changed including being stuck in Birmingham traffic jams and driven down the A14 rapidly.
I paid £250 for it, and spent probably over £400 in parts, plus a lot of time repairing it. It's had:
New head gasket; head and block cleaned thoroughly and checked with straight edge and lasers
New gaskets elsewhere
New water pump (Bosch)
New timing belt (Bosch)
New plugs and leads
Flushed and changed OAT coolant
New air filter, new oil filter (of course)
It also comes with a new radiator fan motor (Valeo), new lower engine mounts.
LED rear lights to make it more visible.
New rear brake pipe for MoT.
It's very clean underneath and on top, no rust. The glass sunroof works, but needs some guides - they're quite involved to fit, involving removing the headlining trim, so I've held off but will do it if pushed.
There's a patch of paint loss on the driver's door window frame, which I always planned to sort. Quoted £200 to respray the door basically, and that was the plan but I wanted to see if I could get an uncut rear bumper as well.
Needs wheeltrims, they let it down.
I don't think it's overpriced, but obviously I'll think about offers - I'm more surprised I've had no offers or questions.
I insure it with Direct Line. It's not as cheap as I'd expect, but it's still 1/3 the price of my Fiat pickup.
Much as I'd love to Roffle it, the tickets would be nearly £30. Can't see much enthusiasm for that.
I'd maybe consider a £20/ticket roffle to buy it for £350, if that makes sense - roffle winner pays £500 for the car, roffle entries £20, but that seems really convoluted.