Not sure that this will generate much interest on here, but worth a shot anyway.
As mentioned in my cars thread, I picked this up a month or so ago from the son of its 95 year old owner who had retired from driving.
It had been off the road since last summer, and for the MOT needed a little bit of welding to the nearside sill. Advisory on offside sill; I haven't tempted fate by removing the cover! Also has advisories for corrosion on front wishbones and rear 'axle'; these are much more pedantic than I have come to expect from my MOT place. I've given them a wire brush and a splash of old oil, but really can't see them being a problem for some time.
It seems a bit of an odd spec. Side skirts, alloy wheels and central locking but no electric windows. Has covered 89125 miles. It starts readily and runs well, and the semi-automatic gearbox works as intended (ie changes gear with the alacrity of a sloth).
Bodywork is very tidy and an attractive colour (I;ve no idea what it's called). Interior is in similar condition, with just a little grubbiness to the driver's seat.
Everything seems to work except the radio, and it even comes with a whopping 1/4 tank of fuel.
Location: 5 miles SE of Wisbech on Norfolk/Cambridgeshire border. I can collect from Downham Market or March train stations, or Wisbech bus station.
Now I doubt any of you will want to buy it, but you'd probably like to see photos, so here you go