Well, that's been an interesting month. May finally be a light at the end of the tunnel in terms of actual life.
That does mean some things taken on not that long ago aren't going to fit!
So - pictures and details to follow, but it's the ex-Kiltox, ex-Six-Cylinder Rover 216 Cabriolet. Since MoT it's done probably 100 miles or so, I've had two opportunities to drive it; it works very nicely, but I'm likely to move somewhere with no car space and time is already at a premium.
If you buy or win this fine automobile, it can be collected by making your way to a farm near Lutterworth, J20 of the M1, or a train station such as Market Harborough. I am kinda busy (hence selling it) but will do what I can to make it easy
Roof and back window in good condition.
Starts well, spot of blue smoke if undriven for a long time but clears up.
Nice to drive.
Has MoT until April 2019.
Radiator fan cuts in properly.
Comes with some spare keys because the boot is the kind you can lock keys in.
Both rear seats unlatch, fold, latch.
Both front seats unlatch.
Windows wind up/down properly - a bit sluggish.
CD changer works, electric antenna works. Actually, I don't think I found anything that doesn't work, a couple of segments missing on the LCD for the radio.
Some paperwork, spare tyre, tools.
Worst things - a few dents, more from storage I'm guessing, and spots of rust on rear arches (feels generally solid though), some wear on driver's seat bolster foam, nearside rear tyre loses air despite looking healthy, and the roof cover sheds yellow crap if you fit it.
Price should be compellingly cheap for a cabriolet at this time of year!
CURRENT STATUS: 28 numbers remaining, 3 provisional
6: Jimbob McGregor
8: Andy F
13: Honey Badger
15: yes oui si
33: Honey Badger
37: 83C (Prov)
42: 83C (prov.)
52: barefoot (Prov)
54: Jimbob McGregor