Pimento Red, with black roof and interior. I have a Heritage Certificate for it and it was originally white, then Magenta and then red and I think it suits her.
She still has her original 3.0 litre V8 engine and Borg Warner automatic gearbox (fully reconditioned).
She comes with her original hardtop as well as a reconditioned soft top.
Registration number is OSF 141P and the current mileage is showing at just over 78,000. However, the previous owner advised that it’s much lower and only shows as this due to a speedometer change. The Mot history backs this up.
I’ve owned her for 5 years and have only done approximately 1,500 miles in that time. I have taken her to the Darling Buds of May Car show for the last two years and she received plenty of admiration.
I’ve had her serviced regularly, by a local specialist throughout my ownership.I've just had a fresh MoT done, despite her being Tax and MoT exempt. MoT expires 10/10/20 and has no advisories.
She had replacement front wings before I bought her. I had the driver's side floor and outrigger replaced this year. She could do with some work to the rear arches at some point, but there’s no rust showing and they’re presentable at present.
I have also had the automatic gearbox fully stripped down and reconditioned, in addition to the differential, carburettors and brakes (including pipes, discs, pads etc).I fitted a modern, electronic, fuel pump.
She’s got an electric fan and her tyres are good and the wheels are in excellent condition.
I fitted a modern cd player and speaker (in the original front mounting) but have the original radio.
The front seats are a little tired and could do with new foam, although I find them quite comfy!
Overall, she’s a presentable, useable classic that would benefit from a bit of TLC as time goes on. She’s always been garaged and well looked after, in my ownership, with no expense spared and summer use only. I’ve recently moved house and have less time to use her now, hence the sale.
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