Isn't that the classic description of a vintage british product?On 2007-01-13 08:34, dr_gallup wrote:
A friend of mine had one 30 years ago. It was dog slow then and broke all the time. It is going to cost as much to restore properly as a 500 or 650. Do it if you really want to but I would run away screaming.
+1This looks like a great restoration project that won't cost an arm & a leg & is minimalist enough to not have it take forever to complete.