Evaluation: Upgraded to Le Mans specifications with a 5-speed gearbox at some point. Represented as the numbers-matching engine. Excellent gaps and panel fits. Doors close smoothly. Very good upholstery. The underbody is better than new. No road wear or stone chips. A seriously nice car.
Bottom Line: Alas, however, it isn’t what it wants to be, that is, a 100/4 Le Mans. At this price, however, that hardly makes a difference. The work is well done, the cosmetics are attractive and the 5-speed … well, when driving windy roads it’s better than overdrive. This represents a seriously good value for the money and a delightful driver that will hold its head high at the end of a day’s tour.