There's a thread for it which ended up in the Modern Shite area.
2006 RX8, 192/black leather/Bose. Two keys, some history, 55,000 miles, new clutch recently, new plugs and leads (not needed for running, it ran well, but was a service item), new battery (higher-end Halfords with warranty, 4 months old, cost about £90 with trade card!). Problems are: Front brakes seized, part stripped/removed, one caliper has piston very firmly jammed. Rear brakes sticky. ARB drop link popped. Wheel arch liner removed. Light surface rust on floor (some underseal stripped) and around mounts for liner, not serious. Some paint removed from front wing lip to investigate bubbling rust.
It will roll but has no calipers fitted at the front. It starts and drives but hasn't been on the road since April, as the sticking caliper meant it was taken off the road before MoT expired, then life got in the way.
Ideal track toy, they're quite expensive to insure and tax - another reason the mojo departed, losing half my work and then facing £100/month on those two items.
Having done my best to put you off - I paid £350. It comes with £100/worth of plugs and leads (more by UK prices), and £35 of new pistons and seals to rebuild the calipers. It will need pads, they were screwed, and discs. If you want to make it driveable here you can bring a set of calipers, fit and bleed them through here.
I'd like it to go fast. Want the lift it's been occupying free to work on the silver SLK, and want the money as all the stress lately means I've put a deposit on a new, warranted vehicle for work/life stuff. Maybe you don't want to spend £350 on an RX8...
Pictures can be found in the appropriate thread until I edit this to have some.
Before the caliper jammed it was bloody awesome to drive. These are great cars.
(Also: Yes, I could keep the battery and unfitted NGK leads - it has the new plugs fitted, the leads were fiddly for me to fit during eye operations - and I'll take £250 for it in that situation. Likewise I might consider breaking it, but it'd be a shame given the rate these are being scrapped at...)