Evaluation: Represented as matching numbers. Tiny ding in the front left bumperette. Small chip at the bottom of the drivers door. Plating is coming off the left-rear wheel lock. Light amount of dirt underneath but not bad. Lightly worn front seats but otherwise, the interior has been soundly restored. Fully restored but used since and no longer a stunner, so it would be best used as an event car or casual driver.
Bottom line: Reported sold way back in 2006 by Coys at Nurnberg for $98,048 (Euros 77,300), then by Bonhams at Quail Lodge in 2017 for $220,000 (Euros 187,500 at at the time) with 79,684 km showing. It has 82,363 km in the current online photos. This result is Euros 136,900, so whether Euros or dollars, this is a substantial drop for a car with very few more kilometers recorded nor an appreciable decline in its condition. The bidding was as lacklustre as the car’s condition and history.