Evaluation: Three owners (only two of them registered) since new, odometer shows 75,770 believable km (47,081 mi). Represented as matching numbers. Dull, chipped old repaint. Good but aged replaced upholstery and carpets. Mostly original and oil misty engine compartment and chassis. A sound and usable highly original example that runs but needs comprehensive mechanical attention before taking to the road.
Bottom Line: The new owner faces a conundrum. A restoration to show quality might be worth a quarter million dollars or even a little bit more, but there’s only a little over a hundred thousand left to get there after paying this price for it. The other hand is to give it the mechanical work it needs (which won’t be inexpensive either), freshen it up and try to resuscitate the paint and preserve it as a rewarding weekend driver, which seems much more reasonable with this transaction as the starting point.